coiski 101: Understanding the Use of a Freeze Frame in Film Today’s coiski 101 piece touches on when to use freeze frames in films

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A freeze frame is an optical effect or technique in which a single frame of film is reprinted in a continuous series, which, when shown, gives the effect of a still photograph.

In today’s coiski 101 piece, we explain the use of freeze frames and how it’s implemented in today’s films. In case you missed it, check out Matt Bonner’s Road to Retirement video in which you can see freeze frames implemented in a real-life example.

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