Film and Culture Quiz 3
1. Editing – the process by which the editor combines and coordinates individual shots into a cinematic whole. 2. Splicing – [cutting] the actual joining together of two shots. 3. Flashback – a device for presenting or reawakening the memory of the camera, a character, the audience or all three in which the action cuts from the narrative present to a past event. 4. Flash-forward – device for presenting the anticipation of the camera, a character, the audience or all three in which the actions cuts from the narrative present to a future time. 5. Ellipsis – an omission of time, the time that separates one shot from another to create impact. 6. Montage – the word for editing; a sequence of shots showing a condensed series of events. 7. Continuity Editing – seeks to achieve logic, smoothness, sequential flow, and the temporal and spatial orientation of viewers to what they see on screen. 8. Discontinuity Editing – joins shots A and B to produce an effect or meaning not even hinted at by either shot alone. Used in experimental films. 9. Master Shot – ordinarily serves as a foundation for a sequence by showing the location of ensuing action. [establishing or cover shot] 10. Axis of Action – fundamental means by which filmmakers maintain consistent screen direction, orientating the viewer and ensuring a sense of the cinematic space in which action occurs. [180-degree system] 11. Shot/Reverse Shot – One uninterrupted run of the camera. / Shot in which angle of shooting is opposite of the preceding shot. 12. Parallel Editing – intercutting of two or more lines of action that occur simultaneously. 13. Jump Cut – removal of a portion of a film, resulting in an instantaneous advance in the action. 14. Iris Shot – optical wipe effect in which the wipe line is a circle. 15. Split Screen – method of telling two stories at the same time by dividing the screen into different parts....
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