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89 terms
Film Studies Vocabulary
Shot
Sequence
Long shot
Establishing shot
One uninterrupted run of the camera. A shot can be as short o…
A series of edited shots characterized by inherent unity of t…
Shot taken from a distance. Shows full subject. A shot that s…
Sets the scene or emphasizes setting
Shot
One uninterrupted run of the camera. A shot can be as short o…
Sequence
A series of edited shots characterized by inherent unity of t…
89 terms
Film Studies Vocabulary
Shot
Sequence
Long shot
Establishing shot
One uninterrupted run of the camera. A shot can be as short o…
A series of edited shots characterized by inherent unity of t…
Shot taken from a distance. Shows full subject. A shot that s…
Sets the scene or emphasizes setting
Shot
One uninterrupted run of the camera. A shot can be as short o…
Sequence
A series of edited shots characterized by inherent unity of t…
37 terms
Film Studies
Film
Camera
Shots
Long Shot
A motion picture; a movie. A long narrative motion picture
A device that record images on film or digital hard drives.
The capture of time and space that is seen in one frame. Came…
A shot that depicts an entire character or object from head t…
Film
A motion picture; a movie. A long narrative motion picture
Camera
A device that record images on film or digital hard drives.
34 terms
Film Studies
Auteur Theory
Structuralism
Apparatus Theory
Reception Theory
An approach to cinema first proposed in the French film journ…
From linguistics and anthropology, an approach to literary/ f…
Critical school that explores the cinema as an ideologicql ph…
A theatrical approach to the ways different kinds of audience…
Auteur Theory
An approach to cinema first proposed in the French film journ…
Structuralism
From linguistics and anthropology, an approach to literary/ f…
22 terms
Film Studies: Films
Double Indemnity Year
Double Indemnity Director
Memento Year
Memento Director
1944
Billy Wilder
2001
Christopher Nolan
Double Indemnity Year
1944
Double Indemnity Director
Billy Wilder
13 terms
Film Studies Key Terms
scene
shot
sequence
editing
A unified action within a film that carries the plot forward,…
Continuous action on the cinema screen resulting from what ap…
A series of related shots and scenes in a film, analogous to…
The assembly of separate pieces of film, also sometimes refer…
scene
A unified action within a film that carries the plot forward,…
shot
Continuous action on the cinema screen resulting from what ap…
56 terms
Film Studies - Final Exam Study Set
Film
Camera
Shots
Long Shot
A motion picture; a movie. A long narrative motion picture
A device that record images on film or digital hard drives.
The capture of time and space that is seen in one frame. Came…
A shot that depicts an entire character or object from head t…
Film
A motion picture; a movie. A long narrative motion picture
Camera
A device that record images on film or digital hard drives.
37 terms
Film Studies
Film
Camera
Shots
Long Shot
A motion picture; a movie. A long narrative motion picture
A device that record images on film or digital hard drives.
The capture of time and space that is seen in one frame. Came…
A shot that depicts an entire character or object from head t…
Film
A motion picture; a movie. A long narrative motion picture
Camera
A device that record images on film or digital hard drives.
23 terms
Film Studies
Film History
Journalistic Film Criticism
Film Theory
Academic Film Criticism
A discipline of film studies that examines movies that have m…
A discipline of film studies that examines what makes movies…
A discipline of film studies that examines film through speci…
A discipline of film studies that examines what makes movies…
Film History
A discipline of film studies that examines movies that have m…
Journalistic Film Criticism
A discipline of film studies that examines what makes movies…
49 terms
Film Studies- Terminology
Close-Up [Cinematographic Technique]
Tight Shot [Cinematographic Technique]
Cutaway shot [Cinematographic Technique]
Establishing Shot (Extreme Long Shot)…
a shot taken from a close distance in which the scale of the…
makes the subject fill almost the entire frame
(use an extreme close-up) a brief shot that interrupts a cont…
usually a long (wide angle or full) shot at the beginning of…
Close-Up [Cinematographic Technique]
a shot taken from a close distance in which the scale of the…
Tight Shot [Cinematographic Technique]
makes the subject fill almost the entire frame
50 terms
Film Study Basic Film Terms
ambient sound
aspect ratio
asymmetrical composition
back lighting
the sound atmosphere of a place that people tend not to notice
the proportion of width to height of the image on a screen
major subjects are not balanced by other subjects elsewhere i…
lighting that makes the subject seem threatening because view…
ambient sound
the sound atmosphere of a place that people tend not to notice
aspect ratio
the proportion of width to height of the image on a screen
20 terms
Film Studies- Film Noir
Inundated
Maladjustment
Oblique
Anti-Semetic
Flood or overwhelm a place
Unable to fit in or cope with other people or your own circum…
Slanting or not saying something directly
Hostile or prejudiced towards Jews
Inundated
Flood or overwhelm a place
Maladjustment
Unable to fit in or cope with other people or your own circum…
44 terms
FHS Film Studies
Shot
Sequence
Long shot
Establishing shot
A single, uninterrupted piece of film
Collection of shots forming a natural unit
Shot taken from a distance. Shows full subject.
Sets the scene or emphasizes setting
Shot
A single, uninterrupted piece of film
Sequence
Collection of shots forming a natural unit
15 terms
FILM STUDIES
astonishing
era
fervent
heralde
surprising
period
passionate
proclaim
astonishing
surprising
era
period
29 terms
film studies
Eisenstein-tonal
eisenstein-over tonal
eisenstein-metric
eisenstein- rythmic
- How the images produce a desired emotional effect on the vi…
- Combination of metric, rhythmic, and tonal montage.... - This…
- Length of the shots compared to each other.... - Shortening th…
- Based on creating a continuity with visual patterns.... - How…
Eisenstein-tonal
- How the images produce a desired emotional effect on the vi…
eisenstein-over tonal
- Combination of metric, rhythmic, and tonal montage.... - This…
10 terms
Film studies
slaughter
wane
dazzling
swift
(noun, verb)a brutal or violent killing
(verb, noun) to decrease
(verb) to blind temporarily with bright light
(Adjective, adv)moving or able to move with great speed:
slaughter
(noun, verb)a brutal or violent killing
wane
(verb, noun) to decrease
9 terms
Film Studies
CLOSE UP (C.U.)
LONG SHOT
MEDIUM SHOT
TRACKING SHOT
Shot taken with the camera very close to the subject, for exa…
A shot in which the whole of the subject is visible.
Closer the subject than a long shot, such that the subject ap…
Shot taken with a tracking camera - similar to a dolly, but w…
CLOSE UP (C.U.)
Shot taken with the camera very close to the subject, for exa…
LONG SHOT
A shot in which the whole of the subject is visible.
19 terms
Film Studies: Silent Films
Joseph Niepce
Peter Mark Roget
Louis Daquerre & Joseph Niepce
Eadweard Moybridge
Crude photography
"Persistence of vision" movies are an optical illusion, we be…
Develop complete and practical photographical process
Series of photographs using multiple cameras which appear as…
Joseph Niepce
Crude photography
Peter Mark Roget
"Persistence of vision" movies are an optical illusion, we be…
18 terms
Film Studies
mis en scene
montage
shot
scene
this is physically what is in a shot or scene and does not in…
shots put together deliberately with transitions and by theme…
part of a film presented without any editing, as seen from a…
a series of connected shots that establish location and conti…
mis en scene
this is physically what is in a shot or scene and does not in…
montage
shots put together deliberately with transitions and by theme…
42 terms
GCSE Film Studies Quiz
Shot
Sequence
Long shot
Establishing shot
A single, uninterrupted piece of film
Collection of shots forming a natural unit
Shot taken from a distance. Shows full subject.
Sets the scene or emphasizes setting
Shot
A single, uninterrupted piece of film
Sequence
Collection of shots forming a natural unit
59 terms
Film Studies
matte shot & matte painting
moving camera shots
zoom
retrograde zoom/dolly-zoom
f/x shot in which different... areas of the image are photograph…
crane shot, tilt, hand-held camera, steadicam, bodycam, pan,…
magnifying space by varying lens' focal length;... zoom lens wid…
simultaneously moving camera in and zooming out (or vice versa)
matte shot & matte painting
f/x shot in which different... areas of the image are photograph…
moving camera shots
crane shot, tilt, hand-held camera, steadicam, bodycam, pan,…
54 terms
Film Studies
Cinematic Language
Shot
Editing
Cut
The tools and techniques that filmmakers use to convey meanin…
One uninterrupted run of the camera
The process by which the editor combines and coordinates indi…
A direct change from one shot to another as a result of cutti…
Cinematic Language
The tools and techniques that filmmakers use to convey meanin…
Shot
One uninterrupted run of the camera
FILM STUDIES
Astonish
Herald
Dazzling
Swift
to fill with sudden and overpowering surprise or wonder; amaze:
a person or thing that proclaims or announces:
to overpower or dim the vision of by intense light
moving or capable of moving with great speed or velocity; fle…
Astonish
to fill with sudden and overpowering surprise or wonder; amaze:
Herald
a person or thing that proclaims or announces:
10 terms
FILM STUDIES
Astonish
Herald
Kidnapped
Dazzling
to fill with sudden and overpowering surprise or wonder; amaze:
(formerly) a royal or official messenger, especially one repr…
to steal, carry off, or abduct by force or fraud, especially…
to overpower or dim the vision of by intense light
Astonish
to fill with sudden and overpowering surprise or wonder; amaze:
Herald
(formerly) a royal or official messenger, especially one repr…
10 terms
Film studies.
astonishingly
heralded
grieve
dove
causing a feeling of great surprise or wonder : causing aston…
a sign that something will happen
to cause (someone) to feel sad or unhappy
a small wild bird that is related to pigeons
astonishingly
causing a feeling of great surprise or wonder : causing aston…
heralded
a sign that something will happen
43 terms
Film Studies
Form
Style
Executive Producer
Line Producer
The overall patterning of a film, the ways its parts work tog…
The film's use of cinematic techniques. Those techniques incl…
The person who arranged the financing for the project
Oversees the day-to-day activities of the director, cast, and…
Form
The overall patterning of a film, the ways its parts work tog…
Style
The film's use of cinematic techniques. Those techniques incl…
80 terms
Film Studies
cut
fade-out
fade-in
dissolve
provides an instantaneous change from one shot to another
gradually darkens the end of a shot to black
lightens a shot from black
superimposes the end of a shot and a beginning of another shot
cut
provides an instantaneous change from one shot to another
fade-out
gradually darkens the end of a shot to black
36 terms
Film Studies camera terms
Shot
Long shot
Establishing shot
Close up
A single, uninterrupted piece of film
Shot taken from a distance. Often helps establish the setting…
Sets the scene or emphasizes setting. This is typically a lon…
Image being shot takes up at least 80% of the screen. Narrows…
Shot
A single, uninterrupted piece of film
Long shot
Shot taken from a distance. Often helps establish the setting…
14 terms
Film Studies
Pre-Production :
During Production:
Post:
Running:
script, hiring cast and crew, set and costume design, cinemat…
shooting and sound recording
editing sound and image, score, foley, digital effects, color…
the time it takes to watch the film, story is the time the na…
Pre-Production :
script, hiring cast and crew, set and costume design, cinemat…
During Production:
shooting and sound recording
54 terms
Film Studies
binary opposition
exposition
demographics
target audience
related terms that are opposite in meaning
opening of a film
the study of a populations or audiences social profile
main audience for a film
binary opposition
related terms that are opposite in meaning
exposition
opening of a film
35 terms
Film studies
Frozen merchandise
Toy story merchandise
Transformers merchandise
Starwars merchansie
$5.3bn
$2.4bn
$150mil
$12bn
Frozen merchandise
$5.3bn
Toy story merchandise
$2.4bn
85 terms
Semester 1 Film Studies
Shot
Sequence
Long shot
Establishing shot
A single, uninterrupted piece of film
Collection of shots forming a natural unit
Shot taken from a distance. Shows full subject.
Sets the scene or emphasizes setting
Shot
A single, uninterrupted piece of film
Sequence
Collection of shots forming a natural unit
21 terms
Film Study -Film language
setting
opening sequence
sound
visual motif
the location and period
the first scenes which gives clues about location, period, ch…
what we see on screen is extended by the use of sound
a symbol that recurs in the film again and again to give the…
setting
the location and period
opening sequence
the first scenes which gives clues about location, period, ch…
20 terms
Film Studies // Language of Film
Shot
Scene
Sequence
Cut
A film sequence photographed continuously by one camera
Similar to a shot but the film editor has cut the shot to the…
A group of related scenes that are edited together
Directs our attention from one scene to another
Shot
A film sequence photographed continuously by one camera
Scene
Similar to a shot but the film editor has cut the shot to the…
20 terms
Film Studies // Language of Film
Shot
Scene
Sequence
Cut
A film sequence photographed continuously by one camera
Similar to a shot but the film editor has cut the shot to the…
A group of related scenes that are edited together
Directs our attention from one scene to another
Shot
A film sequence photographed continuously by one camera
Scene
Similar to a shot but the film editor has cut the shot to the…
Film Studies - Film List
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
District 9
His Girl Friday
Double Indemnity
Michel Gondry-2004
Neill Blomkamp-2009
Howard Hawks-1940
Billy Wilder-1944
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Michel Gondry-2004
District 9
Neill Blomkamp-2009
52 terms
film studies: film noir
who directed 'double indemnity' and wh…
who directed 'the last seduction' and…
who are the main characters in 'double…
who are the main characters in 'the la…
billy wilder, 1944
john dahl, 1994
walter - protagonist... phyllis dietrichson - femme fatale... keyes…
bridget / wendy - protagonist and femme fatale... clay - bridget…
who directed 'double indemnity' and wh…
billy wilder, 1944
who directed 'the last seduction' and…
john dahl, 1994
89 terms
Film Studies Vocabulary
Shot
Sequence
Long shot
Establishing shot
One uninterrupted run of the camera. A shot can be as short o…
A series of edited shots characterized by inherent unity of t…
Shot taken from a distance. Shows full subject. A shot that s…
Sets the scene or emphasizes setting
Shot
One uninterrupted run of the camera. A shot can be as short o…
Sequence
A series of edited shots characterized by inherent unity of t…
30 terms
Film Editing // Film Studies
running time
screen time
experienced time
objective time
how long the entire movie is
amount of time that passes within the story
how long movie feels
screen time is known
running time
how long the entire movie is
screen time
amount of time that passes within the story
104 terms
Film Studies Chapter Vocabulary
Cinematic Language
Editing
Cutting on Action
Close-Up
The accepted systems, methods, or conventions by which movies…
The joining together of discrete shots
A continuity editing technique that smoothes the transition b…
A shot that often shows a part of the body filling the frame-…
Cinematic Language
The accepted systems, methods, or conventions by which movies…
Editing
The joining together of discrete shots
48 terms
Film Studies Language Of Film
Extreme long shot
Long shor
Medium shot long shot
Medium shot
Photographed ag great distance
Shows full body
Shows half body
Most used, mix of long and close up
Extreme long shot
Photographed ag great distance
Long shor
Shows full body
Film Studies Vocabulary
Shot
Sequence
Long shot
Establishing shot
One uninterrupted run of the camera. A shot can be as short o…
A series of edited shots characterized by inherent unity of t…
Shot taken from a distance. Shows full subject. A shot that s…
Sets the scene or emphasizes setting
Shot
One uninterrupted run of the camera. A shot can be as short o…
Sequence
A series of edited shots characterized by inherent unity of t…
Film Study-Film Vocab
Frame
Shot
Still
Close up
A single picture on a piece of film
Any continuous running of the camera, can be as long as you w…
When the picture doesn't move (freeze frame)
Persons whole face
Frame
A single picture on a piece of film
Shot
Any continuous running of the camera, can be as long as you w…
15 terms
Film Studies Films
The Player
Pariah
Casablanca
Fish Story
Robert Altman 1992
Dee Rees 2011
Michael Curtiz 1942
Yoshihiro Nakamura 2009
The Player
Robert Altman 1992
Pariah
Dee Rees 2011
13 terms
GCSE Film Studies editing terms
Scene
Dissolve
Cross-cut
Parallel Action
A single event in a film (e.g. a conversation), which is crea…
One image fades into another. Creates connection between scen…
Cut between two scenes that are happening simultaneously. Imp…
Two or more simultaneous scenes shown on the same screen. Imp…
Scene
A single event in a film (e.g. a conversation), which is crea…
Dissolve
One image fades into another. Creates connection between scen…
16 terms
Film Studies exam 2
Episodic Plot
Types of Conflict:
Exposition
Plotline
Scenes could be rearranged without disrupting the narrative f…
person vs. nature... person vs. person... person vs. themself
Information that occurred before the plot took place.
Brief narrative involving a few characters.
Episodic Plot
Scenes could be rearranged without disrupting the narrative f…
Types of Conflict:
person vs. nature... person vs. person... person vs. themself
70 terms
Film Studies Vocabulary
shot
sequence
long shot
establishing shot
One uninterrupted run of the camera. A shot can be as short o…
A series of edited shots characterized by inherent unity of t…
Shot taken from a distance. Shows full subject. A shot that s…
Sets the scene or emphasizes setting
shot
One uninterrupted run of the camera. A shot can be as short o…
sequence
A series of edited shots characterized by inherent unity of t…
89 terms
Film Studies Vocabulary
Shot
Sequence
Long shot
Establishing shot
One uninterrupted run of the camera. A shot can be as short o…
A series of edited shots characterized by inherent unity of t…
Shot taken from a distance. Shows full subject. A shot that s…
Sets the scene or emphasizes setting
Shot
One uninterrupted run of the camera. A shot can be as short o…
Sequence
A series of edited shots characterized by inherent unity of t…
76 terms
Film Studies Vocabulary
Shot
Sequence
Long shot
Establishing shot
One uninterrupted run of the camera. A shot can be as short o…
A series of edited shots characterized by inherent unity of t…
Shot taken from a distance. Shows full subject. A shot that s…
Sets the scene or emphasizes setting
Shot
One uninterrupted run of the camera. A shot can be as short o…
Sequence
A series of edited shots characterized by inherent unity of t…
13 terms
Film Study
Establishing Shot
Long shot
Medium Shot
Close up
An establishing shot is usually the first shot of a new scene…
Definition: Long Shot. LONG SHOT: In film, a view of a scene…
In film, a medium shot, mid shot (MS), or waist shot is a cam…
A close-up or closeup in filmmaking, television production, s…
Establishing Shot
An establishing shot is usually the first shot of a new scene…
Long shot
Definition: Long Shot. LONG SHOT: In film, a view of a scene…
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