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English Exam

Point of View Shot A shot where it show what a character is looking at.
Low-Angle Shot A shot that looks up on a subject. The camera is positioned low. This shot makes something look powerful and intimidating.
High- Angle Shot A shot that looks down on a subject. The camera is positioned high. This shot make something look vulnerable and weak.
Close-Up Shot A shot that is very near to a person or object. Sometimes a close up on a person's face to see there facial expression.
Establishing Shot The first shot of a new scene, usually shows a wide area on where the scene is taking place. Is a wide/long shot
Aerial Shot A shot of the ground from a high point.
Extreme close-up A shot that shows a person (normally a person eyes) or object tightly framed on screen
Median-shot Show a character from waist up
Long- Shot Show the background and the characters full body
Re-establishing Shot A shot that show the whole scene again to the Audience to avoid confusion when something new happens
Cut-away Shot A brief shot of something connected in the scene but outside the action
Cut-in shot A brief shot of something involved with a action. This object will become important later
Level- angle Where the subject is at the same level as the camera
Name Three film genre Horror Film, Comedy Film and Action Film
Mise-en scene The arrangement of scenery and stage properties in a scene (lighting, costumes, acting, props, acting)
Shot The range of a camera veiw
Lighting The arrangement of lights in a scene
Symbolism Image, sounds that represent something else (Eg. in Coraline Buttons, the key, the mirror)
Motif A reoccurring theme or idea in a film (Eg. The Truman Show motif is about a creator and God)
Props Objects that are used in a scene
What is the different between representation and adaption Representation mean portraying of someone or something and adaption mean to make suitable for a new
Inquisitve Curiosity
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