Chapter 5: Mise En Scene
Film Studies 110
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The organization, distribution, balance, and general relationship of actors and objects within the space of each shot is called
One of the first and most important collaborators hired by a director is the _____, who helps develop the overall look of a movie. Supervises art, hairstlying, makeup, etc. departments.
Which of the following falls under the supervision of a movie's production designer?
The costumes, set construction, and hairstyling.
The spatial and temporal _____ of a film is the environment in which the narrative takes place.
During the first twenty years of moviemaking, directors preferred to shoot on _____ locations.
When a character in a movie handles a tennis racket, a glass of beer, or a shovel, the object is known as a _____.
Sets are often built on a _____, which is a windowless, soundproofed, interior shooting environment.
_____ is a lighting technique that uses deep gradations and subtle variations of lights and darks.
Of the many personnel on a film shoot, who is responsible for aspects of visual continuity during the production process?
_____ was an art movement of the early 20th century which sought to manifest subjective human feelings and emotions through a combination of objective design elements.
In addition to the casting of nonprofessional actors, one of the signature practices of the Italian neorealism movement was _____.
Shooting on Location
The planning of the placement and movement of figures and camera is a process known as _____.
The process by which the look of the settings, props, lighting, and actors is determined. Set design, decor, and hairstyle design all play a role in shaping this.
Staging or putting on an action or scene. The overall look and feel of a movie. The sum of everything the audience sees, hears, and experiences while viewing it.