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English Final part 2
Terms in this set (23)
the overall set of relationships among a film's parts
allusion to particular items of knowledge outside the film that the viewer is expected to recognize
significance presented overtly usually in language and often near the films beginning or end
significance left tacit, for the viewer to discover upon analysis or reflection
significance that the film divulges, often against its will, by virtue of its historical or social context
an element in a film that is repeated in a significant way
The viewer's activity of analyzing the implicit and symptomatic meanings suggested in a film.
The degree to which a film's parts relate systematically to one another and provide motivations for all the elements included.
A chain of events linked by cause and effect and occurring in time and space, what we usually mean by the term story.
The plot's way of distributing story information in order to achieve specific effects.
All of the elements placed in front of the camera to be photographed: the settings and props, lighting, costumes and makeup, and figure behavior.
A framing in which the scale of the object shown is relatively large; most commonly, a person's head seen from the neck up, or an object of a comparable size that fills most of the screen.
extreme close up
A framing in which the scale of the object shown is very large; most commonly, a small object or part of the body.
A camera movement with the camera body turning to the right or left. On the screen, it produces a mobile framing that scans the space horizontally.
A camera movement with the camera body swiveling upward or downward on a stationary support. It produces a mobile framing that scans the space vertically.
A mobile framing that travels through space forward, backward, or laterally.
A shot that continues for an unusually lengthy time before the transition to the next shot.
In the finished film, an instantaneous change from one framing to another.
A shot that gradually disappears as the screen darkens. Occasionally, fade-outs brighten to pure white or to a color.
A dark screen that gradually brightens as a shot appears.
A transition between two shots during which the first image gradually disappears while the second image gradually appears; for a moment, the two images blend in superimposition.
A transition between shots in which a line passes across the screen, eliminating one shot as it goes and replacing it with the next one.
180 degree technique
The continuity approach to editing dictates that the camera should stay on one side of the action to ensure consistent left-right spatial relations between elements from shot to shot.
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