Question 1 of 18 Score: 5 (of possible 5 points)
Three fundamental principles of film form are: (choose three)
Movies manipulate space and time in unique ways
Movies depend on light.
Movies provide an illusion of movement.
Movies present things as they really are. Answer Key: A,B,C Feedback
The incorrect answer is D. A, B, C are correct.
Question 2 of 18 Score: 5 (of possible 5 points)
The first truly experimental film movement born in _______ in the ________.
A. the United States; 1940 's
Russia; 1950 's
Japan; 1960 's
France; 1920 's Answer Key: D Review Check to review before finishing (will be flagged in Table of Contents) Feedback
The correct answer is "D", France in the 1920 's.
Question 3 of 18 Score: 0 (of possible 5 points)
Through a mediation, a motion picture camera lens both selects and manipulates the image as it is by audiences. Answer Key: True Feedback
The answer is true. Mediation is a concept in film theory that means the process by which an agent, structure, or other formal element transfers something from one place to another. In motion pictures the camera and lens mediate the external world in front of the camera to the minds of audiences.
Question 4 of 18 Score: 5 (of possible 5 points)
A movie 's theme is a unifying idea that the film expresses through its narrative or imagery. Answer Key: True Feedback
The answer is true.
Question 5 of 18 Score: 5 (of possible 5 points)
How do movies create an illusion of movement?
A. through patterns within editing
B. persistence of vision
C. the use of the freeze-frame
D. causal minimalism Answer Key: B Feedback
The correct answer is "B", persistence of vision
Question 6 of 18 Score: 5 (of possible 5 points)
As described in the text, implicit meanings within film are only slightly more