[verb in-ter-kuht, in-ter-kuht; noun in-ter-kuht]Movies, Television.
- to cut from one type of shot to another, as from a long shot to a closeup.
- to insert (shots from other scenes, flashbacks, etc.) into the narrative of a film.
- to interrupt the narrative of (a film) with shots from other scenes, flashbacks, etc.Compare crosscut.
- a film sequence or scene produced by intercutting.
Origin of intercut
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Examples from the Web for intercut
Our first film was all visual with no sound, and it turned into No More Excuses—which is five shorts in one intercut.The Renegade: Robert Downey Sr. on His Classic Films, Son’s Battle with Drugs, and Bill Cosby
November 26, 2014
The band is in a stylishly dirty warehouse, and the video is intercut with scenes of friends hanging out during the summer.Phoenix, Ciara & More Best Music Videos of the Week (VIDEO)
July 7, 2013
The early scenes in the film are intercut with hysterical fan confessionals.Katy Perry: Part of Me 3D, Reviewed by Teenagers
July 5, 2012
- films another word for crosscut
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