Watch: What the Hidden Cuts in ‘Birdman’ Can Teach You About Creative Editing

It’s 2 1/2 years after its release and we’re still talking about the hidden edits in Alejandro González Iñárritu’s “single shot” film “Birdman.”

When Birdman came out in 2014, people couldn’t stop raving about the many virtues of the film, including its Oscar-winning story, direction, and cinematography. However, one of the most interesting aspects of the film to those in the industry was the incredible collaboration between DP Chivo Lubezki and editors Martin Hernández and Aaron Glascock create the illusion that the film was shot in a single take.

There are several techniques that Lubezki, Hernández, and Glascock used to do pull it off, like color grading, lighting, and a clear and concise sense of geography, but perhaps the most clever trick Birdman utilizes is the “hidden edit.” Editor Harrison Edgecombe made this supercut to reveal all 28 of the film’s “hidden edits.”

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