2 edition of Glossary of film terms found in the catalog.
Glossary of film terms
in Philadelphia : Journal of the University Film Association, Dept. of Radio-Television-Film, Temple University, c1978
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by John Mercer ; James R. Crocker, compilation assistant ; review panel, Loren Cocking, Lee McConkey, Ken Miura ; editor Timothy J. Lyons.|
|Series||University Film Association monograph ; no. 2|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 83/6609 (T)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||91 p. ; 26 cm.|
|Number of Pages||91|
|LC Control Number||79111568|
A Basic Glossary of Film Terms Adapted from: Hayward, S. Key Concepts in Cinema Studies (London: Routledge, ) Monaco, J. How to Read a Film (Oxford University Press, ). GLOSSARY: Film terminology Shot types Shot type Explanation and effect Establishing shot Places the characters and action in a context Long shot Shows the whole subject, with room to spare at the top and bottom of the frame Medium shot Shows the figure from the waist up Two shot Shows two people in medium-long shot to show conversationsFile Size: KB.
Glossary of Terms from the Book acid: film format: a loosely used term that refers to both the size and the shape of camera negatives. The 35mm format is also called two-by-three, reflecting its proportions, and the four-by-five- and eight-by-ten-inch formats are the same shape but differ in size. Whether you love attending film festivals, watching movies, or just reading reviews, you'll want to learn some French vocabulary related to movies. la Croisette - "little cross," promenade which is the center of activity during the festival.
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