a transition (in literary or theatrical works or films) to an earlier event or scene that interrupts the normal chronological development of the story
a sudden change from one scene or character to another, When the camera that is fixed on a person, place, or thing quickly switches to another subject. Usually during dialogue and setting changes.
fade in/fade out
starts from black screen then gradually appears, or starts with screen and gradually dissolves
the act of rotating a ring on the zoom lens so that the center of the picture appears to be moving toward the camera.
rotating the zoom lens so that the center of the picture appears to be moving away from he camera
When the scene is shot to showcase action INSIDE of a building, When a scene is shot to showcase the action inside of a building
a crime more serious than a misdemeanor and punishable by imprisonment for more than one year or death, a serious crime (such as murder or arson)
recorded speech played during a drama, A form of narration in which an off-screen voice comments on the action or circumstances or attitudes of the characters.
When two seperate camera frames are displayed simultaneously on the screen to allow the audience to see two scenes at a time
A shot that is used to showcase the response a subject has to a turning point in the plot
a shot that captures a subject from the top of the head to a line just above or below the belt or waistline
a shot that captures a subject from the top of the head to the bottom of the feet and does not include many of the surrounding details
(law) a defense by an accused person purporting to show that he or she could not have committed the crime in question
a body of citizens sworn to give a true verdict according to the evidence presented in a court of law
(criminal law) a final judgment of guilty in a criminal case and the punishment that is imposed