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film

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narrative form a type of filmic organization in which the parts relate to one another through a series of casually related events taking place in time and space
story in a narrative film, all the events that we see and hear, plus all those that we infer or assume to have occurred, arranged in their presumed causal relations, chronological order, duration, frequency, and spatial locations; opposed to plot.
plot in a narrative film, all the events that are directly presented to us. including their causal relations, chronological order, duration, frequency, and spatial locations; opposed to story
order in a narrative film, the aspect of temporal manipulation that involves the sequence in which the chronological events of the story are arranged in the plot
duration in a narrative film, the aspect of temporal manipulation that involves the time span presented in the plot and assumed to operate in the story
frequency in a narrative film. the aspect of temporal manipulation that involves the number of times any story event is shown in the plot
narration the process through which the plot conveys or withholds story information.
POV shots a shot taken with the camera placed approximately where the character's eyes would be
style the repeated and salient uses of film techniques characteristic of a single film or a group of films
whip pan an extremely fast movement of the camera from side to side, which briefly causes the image to blue into a set of indistinct horizontal streaks.
jump an elliptical cut that appears to be an interruption of a single shot
Non-diegetic insert a shot or series of shots cut into a sequence that are represented as being outside the world of the narrative
crosscutting editing that alternates shoes or two or more lines of action occurring in different places, usually simultaneously
graphic match two successive shots joined so as to create a strong similarity of compositional elements
Vladimir Pudovkin A+B=AB
Sergei Eisenstein A+B=C
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