- n. Plural form of cutaway.
“That's why candidates should always beware of what TV producers call cutaways, wide shots, over - the-shoulder shots, two-shots, and, of course, the split screens.”
“This projectalso takes advantage of its position as an educational facility, and providesfeatures such as cutaways in the walls to showcase green features.”
“When you choose to show the Advanced Tools menu in iMovie preferences, drag-and-drop editing includes additional options such as cutaways, picture-in-picture, and green-screen effects.”
“On this occasion, William and Harry wore cutaways in their roles as ushers, and Kate made her customary fashion splash, this time in a blue brocade coat over an off-white dress.”
“Take Shelter was an entirely different experience – shot very fast, on a tight budget, with enormous pressure on her and her co-star, Michael Shannon, to nail their scenes because there wasn't time to shoot a lot of cutaways or secondary footage that could paper over any weak spots in the editing booth.”
“But I'd expect the cutaways to continue during auditions.”
“On Monday he participated in a long one-on-one live broadcast about teaching as a career with Tom Brokaw with cutaways to correspondents on four university campuses.”
“You mentioned there's another sport, another discipline, this top hats and the coats and the cutaways and the boots and the tight pants.”
“In THE BAD LIEUTENANT, a cop story set in New Orleans, Herzog "randomly" finds ways to do mysterious cutaways to iguanas.”
“Instead, I lurk among rows of cubicles during acceptable business hours, illuminated by pasty fluorescent lights, studying wiper blade cutaways, preparing sales presentations for buying groups from large retail chains, meetings that include endless rows of starched oxfords, tailored dress pants and well-shone shoes.”
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