An Exploration of the Center-Framed Editing Style Used in George Miller’s Film ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’

Mad Max: Center Framed” by film editor Vashi Nedomansky is an interesting exploration of the fantastic center-framed editing style used by Margaret Sixel in the newly-released post-apocalyptic action film, Mad Max: Fury Road, directed by George Miller.

Film Editor Margaret Sixel was given over 480 hours of footage to create MAD MAX: FURY ROAD. The final edit ran 120 minutes and consisted of 2700 individual shots. That’s 2700 consecutive decisions that must flow smoothly and immerse the viewer. 2700 decisions that must guide and reveal the story in a clear and concise manner. One bad cut can ruin a moment, a scene or the whole film.

One of the many reasons MAD MAX: FURY ROAD is so successful as an action film is the editing style. By using “Eye Trace” and “Crosshair Framing” techniques during the shooting, the editor could keep the important visual information vital in one spot… (read more)

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