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Film as Literature 1
Theatrical film
End credits
Director
Narrative film
film released in theaters
long list of names and words at the end of every movie ever
man who controls a film's artistic aspects
film that tells a story
Theatrical film
film released in theaters
End credits
long list of names and words at the end of every movie ever
30 terms
Film Literature Vocab
Mise-en-scene
Dissolve
Fade
Matched Cut
transition between two shots where one shot gradually disappe…
picture gradually turns to a single color, usually black, or…
joins two shots with similar frames together
Mise-en-scene
Dissolve
transition between two shots where one shot gradually disappe…
29 terms
Film as Literature Terminology
Shot
Establishing Shot
Long Shot
Medium Shot
A single piece of film uninterrupted by cuts.
Often a long shot or a series of shots that sets the scene. I…
A shot from some distance. If filming a person, the full body…
The most common shot. The camera seems to be a medium distanc…
Shot
A single piece of film uninterrupted by cuts.
Establishing Shot
Often a long shot or a series of shots that sets the scene. I…
98 terms
Literature and Film Terms 2015
Aerial Shot
angle
animation
aspect ratio
a shot from high above
the position of the camera or point of view in relation to th…
a method used to make inanimate figures or objects come to li…
the ration of the width to the height of the film
Aerial Shot
a shot from high above
angle
the position of the camera or point of view in relation to th…
64 terms
Film as Literature: Film Terms
Accelerated Motion
Arcing Shot
Back Lighting
Bird's Eye Shot
Whereby movement in a shot is represented as taking place at…
Moving the camera in an arc around the subject.
Lighting in which the main source of illumination is directed…
Looks vertically down at the subject.
Accelerated Motion
Whereby movement in a shot is represented as taking place at…
Arcing Shot
Moving the camera in an arc around the subject.
Film Literature 3
Adverse
Advocate
Amicable
Asset
Unfavorable
to support
friendly
something
Adverse
Unfavorable
Advocate
to support
21 terms
Film and Literature: Definitions
camera angle
close-up
continuity
crane shot
the point of view from which the camera records its subject
only the subject, often an actor's face, fills the field
the impression that the action on the screen flows smoothly w…
changing the height and location of the camera
camera angle
the point of view from which the camera records its subject
close-up
only the subject, often an actor's face, fills the field
31 terms
Literature - Film and Television
Cinematography
Framing
Shot
Take
The art of motion picture photography (lens, film stock, (mat…
Frame = a single image which is part of the sequence of a shot
The part of the film between two cuts
A single, continuous recorded performance of a shot
Cinematography
The art of motion picture photography (lens, film stock, (mat…
Framing
Frame = a single image which is part of the sequence of a shot
Film Literature Final Review
Mise en scene
dissolve
fade
matched cut
"what's put into the scene"... all of the affecting the overall…
an editing technique where the images of a short are graduall…
a smooth, gradual transition from a normal image to complete…
a cut or transition between two unrelated objects to establis…
Mise en scene
"what's put into the scene"... all of the affecting the overall…
dissolve
an editing technique where the images of a short are graduall…
13 terms
Archetypes in Literature, Art, and Film
Archetype
arkhetupos
the quest
the task
original model after which other similiar things are patterned
exemplary
situation archetype: this motif describes the search for some…
the hero must perform some nearly superhero deed. the hero's…
Archetype
original model after which other similiar things are patterned
arkhetupos
exemplary
42 terms
Film Literature Vocabulary List
Distribution
Target Audience
Exclusive release
Saturated booking
The practice and means by which certain movies are sent to th…
Viewers likely to view a particular film.
Premiers in one or two locations initially before expanding
A film with a mass circulation of premiers- opposite exclusive
Distribution
The practice and means by which certain movies are sent to th…
Target Audience
Viewers likely to view a particular film.
42 terms
Film Literature Vocabulary I
Distribution
Target Audience
Exclusive Release
Saturated booking
The practice and means by which certain movies are sent to th…
Viewers likely to view a particular film.
Premiers in one or two locations initially before expanding
A film with a mass circulation of premiers- opposite exclusive
Distribution
The practice and means by which certain movies are sent to th…
Target Audience
Viewers likely to view a particular film.
42 terms
Film Literature Vocabulary List
Distribution
Target Audience
Exclusive Release
Saturated Booking
The practice and means by which certain movies are sent to th…
Viewers likely to view a particular film
Premiers in one or two locations initially before expanding
A film with a mass circulation of premiers- opposite exclusive
Distribution
The practice and means by which certain movies are sent to th…
Target Audience
Viewers likely to view a particular film
Film Literature Terms
Director
Producer
Sound Editor
Foley Artist
(n) Controls the project's artistic and dramatic details with…
(n) Oversees the project logistically (developmentally, finan…
(n) Responsible for the recordings, mixing, dialogue, etc.
(n) Responsible for the external sounds within the action of…
Director
(n) Controls the project's artistic and dramatic details with…
Producer
(n) Oversees the project logistically (developmentally, finan…
16 terms
Literature & Film Terms
long shot
medium shot
close-up
extreme close-up
a shot taken from a sufficient distance to show a landscape,…
a shot between a long shot and a close-up that might show two…
a shot of one face or object that fills the screen completely
a shot of a small object or part of a face that fills the scr…
long shot
a shot taken from a sufficient distance to show a landscape,…
medium shot
a shot between a long shot and a close-up that might show two…
Film Literature Terms
Director
Producer
Sound editor
Foley artist
: Controls the projects artistic and dramatic details with ac…
: oversees the project logistically from start to finish
: responsible for the recordings, mixing, dialogue, etc.
: responsible for the X ternal sounds within the action of th…
Director
: Controls the projects artistic and dramatic details with ac…
Producer
: oversees the project logistically from start to finish
film literature vocab
realism
formalism
the shot
framing
attempt to reproduce reality with minimum distortion, tries t…
stylistically flamboyant, express directors experience of rea…
the image the viewer sees onscreen until its replaced with an…
how the subject will be positioned within the shot
realism
attempt to reproduce reality with minimum distortion, tries t…
formalism
stylistically flamboyant, express directors experience of rea…
Film Literature: Chapter 3
Mise-en-scene
Touching Through Sight
Functions of Mise-en-scene
Setting and Sets
-French for "on-stage" or "placed in a scene"... -Basically ever…
-We respond to our surroundings by sensations involving touch…
-The external conditions of mise-en-scene show surfaces, obje…
-Setting= the fictional or real place where the action in the…
Mise-en-scene
-French for "on-stage" or "placed in a scene"... -Basically ever…
Touching Through Sight
-We respond to our surroundings by sensations involving touch…
Film Literature Terms
Distribution
Target Audience
Exclusive release
Saturated booking
The practice and means by which certain movies are sent to th…
Viewers likely to view a particular film
Premiers in one or two locations initially before expanding
A film with a mass circulation of premiers- opposite exclusive
Distribution
The practice and means by which certain movies are sent to th…
Target Audience
Viewers likely to view a particular film
20 terms
Film as Literature Vocabulary List #9
Release
Remake
Reshoot Contingency
Resolution
refers to the first distribution and general public exhibitio…
refers to a later production (of a previous film), with diffe…
refers to the funds kept or saved by a producer in case suppl…
the outcome, or the "untying" of tension in the scenes after…
Release
refers to the first distribution and general public exhibitio…
Remake
refers to a later production (of a previous film), with diffe…
Literature, theatre and film
action adventure
action film
adaptation
animation
akční dobrodružný příběh
akční film
adaptace
animace
action adventure
akční dobrodružný příběh
action film
akční film
20 terms
Film as Literature Vocabulary List #7
Monologue
Montage
Moppet
Motif
a scene or a portion of a script in which an actor gives a le…
a French word literally meaning "editing", "putting together"…
the term for a child, or pre-teen child actor
refers to a recurrent thematic element in a film that is repe…
Monologue
a scene or a portion of a script in which an actor gives a le…
Montage
a French word literally meaning "editing", "putting together"…
17 terms
Film Literature Vocab
Imbrue
Deleterious
Altercation
Expeditiously
To tant or stain
Harmful
Fight
Quickly
Imbrue
To tant or stain
Deleterious
Harmful
28 terms
Film Literature Terms
Director
Producer
Sound Editor
Foley Artist
(n.) Controls the project's artistic and dramatic details wit…
(n.) Oversees the project logistically (developmentally, fina…
(n.) Responsible for the recordings, mixing, dialogue, etc.
(n.) Responsible for the external sounds within the action of…
Director
(n.) Controls the project's artistic and dramatic details wit…
Producer
(n.) Oversees the project logistically (developmentally, fina…
Film Literature Unit 1
Eadweard Muybridge
Etienne-James Marey
George Eastman
William L. Dickson
Demonstrated through series photography that a horse actually…
Recorded the first set of series photographs on a single came…
The first to mass produce celluloid roll film stock in 1889
Created the Kinetograph as a motion picture camera to accompa…
Eadweard Muybridge
Demonstrated through series photography that a horse actually…
Etienne-James Marey
Recorded the first set of series photographs on a single came…
42 terms
Film Literature Vocabulary List
Distribution
Target Audience
Exclusive release
Saturated booking
The practice and means by which certain movies are sent to th…
Viewers likely to view a particular film.
Premiers in one or two locations initially before expanding
A film with a mass circulation of premiers- opposite exclusive
Distribution
The practice and means by which certain movies are sent to th…
Target Audience
Viewers likely to view a particular film.
28 terms
Film Literature Words
Director
Producer
Sound Editor
Foley Artist
(n) Controls the project's artistic and dramatic details with…
(n) oversees the project logistically (developmentally, finan…
(n) Responsible for the recordings, mixings, dialogue, etc.
(n) Responsible for the external sounds within the action of…
Director
(n) Controls the project's artistic and dramatic details with…
Producer
(n) oversees the project logistically (developmentally, finan…
28 terms
Film Literature Terms
director
producer
sound editor
Foley artist
(n) controls the project's artistic and dramatic details with…
(n) oversees the project logistically (developmentally, finan…
(n) responsible for the recordings, mixing, dialogue, etc.
(n) responsible for the external sounds within the action of…
director
(n) controls the project's artistic and dramatic details with…
producer
(n) oversees the project logistically (developmentally, finan…
Film Literature Terms
Director
Producer
Sound Editor
Foley Artist
Control the projects artistic and dramatic details with actor…
Overseas the project logistically9developmentally, financiall…
Responsible for the recordings, missing, dialogue, and so on
Responsible for the external sounds within the action of the…
Director
Control the projects artistic and dramatic details with actor…
Producer
Overseas the project logistically9developmentally, financiall…
Film Literature Final
ascend
asset
bigot
congnizant
to rise
something of value
prejudiced person
aware
ascend
to rise
asset
something of value
48 terms
Film Literature Terms
locations
flashbacks
scene
exteriors
different places where the story may take place
when the story moves back and forth in time
parts of a movie; happens continuously in time and usually ta…
scenes that take place outside
locations
different places where the story may take place
flashbacks
when the story moves back and forth in time
film culture & literature packet
director
producer
executive producer
screenwriter
-responsible for overseeing the creative aspects of a film... -c…
-creates conditions for film-making... -coordinates matters such…
-producer who was not involved in the technical aspects of th…
-responsible for researching the story... -develop the narrative…
director
-responsible for overseeing the creative aspects of a film... -c…
producer
-creates conditions for film-making... -coordinates matters such…
49 terms
Film and literature terminology
Plot
Exposition
Complications
Climax
sequence of related events that make a story hang together. W…
The basic situation presents a main character who wants somet…
arise which cause new problems.
The story's most exciting or suspenseful moment, when somethi…
Plot
sequence of related events that make a story hang together. W…
Exposition
The basic situation presents a main character who wants somet…
64 terms
Literature of Film Vocab
Realism
Formalism/Expressionism
Classicism/Classical Cinema
Extreme Long Shot
...
...
...
...
Realism
...
Formalism/Expressionism
...
12 terms
Literature and Film Vocab #1
Animation
Art director
A-film
B-film
Photgraphing inanimate objects frame by frame and then projec…
The individual responsible for designing and overseeing the c…
A major production- usually with important stars and a genero…
A low budget movie- rarely using important stars. B-films usu…
Animation
Photgraphing inanimate objects frame by frame and then projec…
Art director
The individual responsible for designing and overseeing the c…
literature and film 1
set
cinematic elements
shot
long shot
provides a physical manifestation of the where and when of th…
the parts of the film that are unique or mostly unique to mov…
the smallest unit of visual information captured atone time b…
an inclusive shot, shows person, object, event as well as env…
set
provides a physical manifestation of the where and when of th…
cinematic elements
the parts of the film that are unique or mostly unique to mov…
71 terms
Literature into Film Terms
Run Time
Movie Time
Independent Film
Hollywood Film
The actual length of the film in terms of hours and/or minutes
The collapsing of expanding of time, depending on the filmmak…
A movie made without a studio affiliation or one made through…
a movie made with major studio affiliation that is often main…
Run Time
The actual length of the film in terms of hours and/or minutes
Movie Time
The collapsing of expanding of time, depending on the filmmak…
24 terms
Film Literature vocab 1
Arbitrary
cognizant
effigy
exacerbate
based on whim
aware
a likeness
to irritate, make worse
Arbitrary
based on whim
cognizant
aware
18 terms
Film as Literature
1800s
1900s
1920s
1930s
first motion toy was the Thaumatrope ... In 1872, Muybridge cre…
Editing became more important... The Great Train Robbery was on…
Rise of Hollywood... 3 types of studios: The Big Five, The Litt…
First drive in theaters... Age of "talkies"... Sound in movies se…
1800s
first motion toy was the Thaumatrope ... In 1872, Muybridge cre…
1900s
Editing became more important... The Great Train Robbery was on…
7 terms
Film and Literature: Cinematography
Proxemics
Close-up
We have to keep in mind that we're alw…
Significants
refers to the implied distance between the camera and the sub…
implies that a camera is close to a subject
implied
The idea of distance between the viewer/the camera and the su…
Proxemics
refers to the implied distance between the camera and the sub…
Close-up
implies that a camera is close to a subject
18 terms
Literature and Film vocab 3
Obfuscate
Vicissitude
Reprobate
Beguile
Verb... render obscure, unclear, or unintelligible.
Noun... a change of circumstances or fortune, typically one that…
Noun... an unprincipled person (often used humorously or affecti…
Verb... charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way.
Obfuscate
Verb... render obscure, unclear, or unintelligible.
Vicissitude
Noun... a change of circumstances or fortune, typically one that…
Irish Film and Literature
The Quiet Man
The Butcher Boy
The Wind That Shakes the Barley
Intermission
Director: John Ford... Year: 1952... Characters: Sean Thornton, Mar…
Director: Neil Jordan... Year: 1998... Characters: Francie Brady, V…
Director: Ken Loach... Year: 2006... Characters: Damien, Teddy, Sin…
Director: John Crowley... Year: 2003... Characters: John and Diedre…
The Quiet Man
Director: John Ford... Year: 1952... Characters: Sean Thornton, Mar…
The Butcher Boy
Director: Neil Jordan... Year: 1998... Characters: Francie Brady, V…
20 terms
7 - Literature and Film
der Roman (e)
der Kriminalroman (der Krimis)
der Liebesroman (e)
die Biographie (n)
novel
crime novel
romance novel
biography
der Roman (e)
novel
der Kriminalroman (der Krimis)
crime novel
42 terms
Film Literature Vocbulary
Distribution
Target Audience
Exclusive release
Saturated booking
The practice and means by which certain movies are sent to th…
Viewers likely to view a particular film.
Premiers in one or two locations initially before expanding
A film with a mass circulation of premiers- opposite exclusive
Distribution
The practice and means by which certain movies are sent to th…
Target Audience
Viewers likely to view a particular film.
Film Literature Vocbulary
Distribution
Target Audience
Exclusive release
Saturated booking
The practice and means by which certain movies are sent to th…
Viewers likely to view a particular film.
Premiers in one or two locations initially before expanding
A film with a mass circulation of premiers- opposite exclusive
Distribution
The practice and means by which certain movies are sent to th…
Target Audience
Viewers likely to view a particular film.
Film Literature 4
Desist
Doleful
Elusive
Engrossed
cease, stop
sad
hard to grasp
absorbed
Desist
cease, stop
Doleful
sad
28 terms
Film literature terms
Director
Producer
Sound editor
Foley artist
Controls the projects artistic and dramatic details with acto…
Oversees the project logistically (developmentally financiall…
Responsible for the recordings, mixing, dialogue, etc.
Responsible for the External sounds within the action of the…
Director
Controls the projects artistic and dramatic details with acto…
Producer
Oversees the project logistically (developmentally financiall…
Film as Literature
Caligari
Frankenstein
Dracula
Psycho
1920 Robert Wiene
1931 James Whale
1931 Tod Browning
1960 Alfred Hitchcock
Caligari
1920 Robert Wiene
Frankenstein
1931 James Whale
20 terms
Film as Literature Vocabulary #6
Foreshadow
f/x
Fourthwall
Gaffer
to supply hints (in the form of symbols, images, motifs, repe…
abbreviation for special (or visual) effects
refers to the imaginary, illusory invisible plane through whi…
the chief or head electrician or supervisory lighting technic…
Foreshadow
to supply hints (in the form of symbols, images, motifs, repe…
f/x
abbreviation for special (or visual) effects
Film Literature 2
Afflict
Ascend
Besiege
Emaciated
to trouble greatly
to rise
to surround, hem in
wasted away; abnormally thin
Afflict
to trouble greatly
Ascend
to rise
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