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8.
The concept of putting more officers on the streets during times of higher crime rates is called _____________. A)
community policing

B) team policing
C) problem-solving policing
D) directed patrol
9.
City or municipal police chiefs are usually appointed to their position by _____________. A)
the state’s governor

B) fellow officers
C) the mayor or the city counsel
D) local congressional representatives
10.
Which factor does not influence the discretionary decisions of individual officers? A) background of the officer
B) pressures from crime victims
C) characteristics of the suspect
D)
the season

1.
Which of the following is NOT considered part of a shot's mise-en-scene? A) The actors' movements.
B) The camera's angle on the action.
C) Objects visible in the distance.
D) The shadows.
2.
The system of lighting widely used in classical Hollywood filmmaking is known as A) Three-point lighting.
B) Five-point lighting.
C) Cast-shadow lighting.
D) Omni directional lighting.
3.
Which of the following is NOT a term for a type of directional lighting? A) Top lighting
B) Under lighting
C) Over lighting
D) Backlighting
4.
Which of the following is NOT a type of lighting in the three-point lighting system? A) Rack
B) Back
C) Key
D) Fill
5.
According to Film Art, film actor's performance style is most affected by A) the microphone placement.
B) the camera distance.
C) the aspect ratio.
D) the lighting.
6.
"Frontality" of staging means that
A) a character is placed in the extreme foreground of the shot. B) a character is facing toward the camera.
C) one character blocks our view of another.
D) a character is moving toward the foreground.
7.
Georges Méliès was
A) an early director of fantasy films.
B) an important French set designer of the 1930s.
C) the director of Our Hospitality.
D) the first historian to study mise-en-scene in the cinema. 8.
"Stop-action" involves
A) having actors stand in the same spot where they were at the end of one shot while the lighting is adjusted for the next shot. B) halting the filming in one set and moving on to another while shooting out of continuity. C) one actor in a scene refrains from any obvious movement after delivering a line so as not to call attention away from the actor who is responding. D) animating an object by changing its position between each frame shot. 9.

Aerial perspective suggests depth by
A) making more distant planes seem hazier than closer ones. B) creating a high angle that makes parallel lines meet at the horizon. C) composing a shot that makes the sky dominate the image.
D) filming from directly above a character or setting.
10.
Perspective diminution suggests depth by
A) making parallel lines seem to intersect.
B) creating false perspective by placing taller characters closer to the camera and shorter characters farther off. C) implying that the elements which are smaller in the shot tend to be farther away. D) reducing the cues for perspective so that the space appears relatively shallow. 11.

The two most basic types of light in a scene are the key and the rim. A) True
B) False
12.
Unplanned events that are filmed by accident are not part of the mise-en-scene of a shot. A) True
B) False
13.
"Fill" light is used to create deep shadows.
A) True
B) False
14.
"Edge" lighting is a type of backlighting used to make characters stand out against a background. A) True
B) False
15.
In Hollywood studio filmmaking, the lights are kept in the same position throughout a scene, no matter where the camera is placed. A) True
B) False
16.
"High-key" lighting is typical of Hollywood filmmaking.
A) True
B) False
17.
Soft, high-key lighting is associated with mystery stories, crime films, and films noirs. A) True
B) False
18.
Since the advent of sound it is less important for actors to use their eyes, brow, and...
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