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crew


refers to those involved in the technical production of a film who are not actual performers  
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sex comedy


a humorous, light-hearted film with an improbable plot about sexual relationships and extra-marital affairs, with various pairings between numerous characters, often characterized by slamming doors; a [..]
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static shot


an unmoving camera shot that is stationary, due to the use of a tripod  
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melodrama


originally referred to "a drama accompanied by music"; a film characterized by expressive plots with strong and intensified emotion, often with elements of pathos, illness and hardsh [..]
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insert shot


a shot that occurs in the middle of a larger scene or shot, usually a close-up of some detail or object, that draws audience attention, provides specific information, or simply breaks up the film sequ [..]
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bridging shot


a transitional type of shot used to cover or 'bridge' a jump in time or place or other discontinuity; see also audio bridge and match-cut Examples of bridging shots include: falling calendar [..]
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Film Terms Glossary - Index


(alphabetical and illustrated) Introduction | A1 | A2-B1 | B2 | B3-C1 | C2 | C3 | C4-D1 | D2-E1 | F1 | F2-I1 I2-L1 | L2-M1 | M2-O1 | O2-P1 | P2-S1 | S2 | S3 | S4 | S5-T1 | T2-Z
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Film Terms Glossary


Oftentimes, film-making terms are not clearly defined for the average person. In order to be knowledgeable about the movie-making art form and the techniques of cinema, one must understand the fundame [..]
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Film Terms Glossary


Illustrated
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zoptic special effects


a revolutionary special effects, 3-D process invented by cameraman Zorian Perisic, incorporating a camera system and a projector with synchronized zoom lenses, to create the illusion of movement in de [..]
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