Soviet montage theory
From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
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While many Soviet filmmakers, such as Lev Kuleshov, Dziga Vertov, and Vsevolod Pudovkin put forth explanations of what constitutes the montage effect, Eisenstein's view that "montage is an idea that arises from the collision of independent shots" wherein "each sequential element is perceived not next to the other, but on top of the other" has become most widely accepted.
- Sergei Eisenstein
- Lev Kuleshov and the Kuleshov Effect
- Vsevolod Pudovkin
- Dziga Vertov
- La Psychologie de l'Art — book on montage theory by André Malraux
- Pound's Ideogrammic Method