MRTS 1320 Final Kahoot questions
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Which American inventor developed the kinetograph & demanded licensing fees from all filmmakers?
The four categories of sound found in the textbook are, music, vocal, environmental, and
The amount of time a view has to "read' the information in a shot is known as the
What mechanically controls the amount of light entering the camera, like the iris of the eye?
According to the textbook, "actors who take their personae from role to role" are
8mm, 16mm, 35m, and 70 mm are measurements that refer to a film's
Which actress is credited in the textbook with inventing screen acting?
How sensitive the emulsion on the film strip is to light refers to a film's
Three-point lighting includes a key light, a back light, and
A fill light
Producers generally don't appear on set regularly during production, except for the
What did NOT contribute to the decline of the Hollywood studio system?
The Great Depression
What is the final phase of sound production?
Using color temperature on the Kelvin scale, sunlight on the color spectrum is
What is the term for releasing a film in select cities over time to generate buzz?
What is NOT an element of sound identifies in the textbook?
What might a director view at the end of a production day to see if reshoots need to be made?
Who directed "Breathless" a key figure in the French New Wave?
Jean Luc Godard
The textbook definition for ____ is "an actor who holds a small speaking part"
A bit player
DP stands for
Director of Photography
What refers to the cost to complete a film budget, but doesn't include marketing & expense
This French actor its framed in a
Medium Close up
What is NOT one of the elements the textbook identifies when considering an actor's performance?