- 1The technique of selecting, editing, and piecing together separate sections of film to form a continuous whole: montage was a useful device for overcoming the drawbacks of silent film [as modifier]: montage sequencesMore example sentences
- She learned how to montage films - editing together different camera shots for effect.
- This was done after shooting the whole film and montage sequences.
- It is montage alone that separates and makes cinema stand out above all the other art forms.
- 1.1 [count noun] A sequence of film made using the technique of montage: a montage of excerpts from the filmMore example sentences
- Cutting between narratives with various video montages, the film is visually breathtaking.
- I have viewed the same Remembrance Day films and montages again and again.
- Seriously, this film sets the record for most montages ever.
- 1.2The technique of producing a new composite whole from fragments of pictures, text, or music: the art of montage in theatre and film [count noun]: a montage of photographsMore example sentences
- Made up of montage, photographs and text captions, it tells its story in the simplest of ways, as if it were being explained to a child.
- Then look at the video inserts over the music montage.
- It looked marvellous and there was a lot of inventive and well executed photography and montage.
early 20th century: French, from monter 'to mount'.
More definitions of montageDefinition of montage in:
- The US English dictionary