These are the images on the screen. They could be primary footage shot by the filmmaker, cutaways that support or counter the other visuals, perhaps shot by the filmmaker, or they could be found footage from some other source to support the new film's purpose.
This is the sound viewers hear during the film. It could include the voices and dialogue of people in the film, as well as narration, music, and sound effects.
Text Track (or Graphic Track)
This is the written information that appears on the screen that has been added by the filmmaker in postproduction. Examples are subtitles, identifications, charts, and graphs.
Objects/scenery behind the central figures and the atmosphere and message these objects/scenery create.
Framing (or Marginalizing)
The thing centered in the shot. It could be a close-up, medium, or long-shot. Could also be something near the edge or even cut off.
Bird's Eye View Shot
An extreme high angle shot that is directly overhead and tends to distort an image.
Point of View Shot
Camera shows what a character is actually seeing. (Can be shot from the cameraman's point-of-view)
Patterns and Grouping
Possibility of repeating images, people/items being posed, and a relation between the people or objects in the frame.