pixilation

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pixilation

(1) A misspelling of pixelation. See pixelated.

(2) A stop motion technique in which people or objects are photographed at different intervals as they move. Each video frame appears connected in purpose, but disconnected in time, from the previous one. Pixelation dates back to films made in the early 1900s. See also pixelation.
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McLaren's pixillation technique causes the movements of his actors to appear unnatural and distorted; the soundtrack, drawn on the film itself, is otherworldly--the combined effect distances the audience from the on-screen action and the result is a viewing experience that breaks decisively with Grierson's aesthetic.
News organizations like CBS which would never dream of paying for information directly have no scruple whatsoever about stuffing the pockets of the likes of Richard Clarke, to say nothing of their own corporate masters, so long as there is a book or movie deal with which to effect the pixillation of their indecent exposure.
Pixillation is like stop-action motion, only using actors rather than objects.