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TOGY4W17 Terms

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Animate 1) to bring life to or make lifelike; 2) to make, design, or produce a sequence of still frames of film (usually either by hand-drawing or through the generation of computer imagery) so as to create the illusion of motion when they are played back rapidly
Cartoon a motion picture or television film consisting of a photographed series of drawings, objects, or computer graphics that simulates motion by recording very slight, continuous changes in the images, frame by frame
Entertain to hold the attention of (someone) with something amusing or diverting
Episode a separate program that is part of a television or radio series
Miniseries a program or film broadcast on television in parts, for instance, the dramatization of a literary work. It is considerably shorter than a series (generally less than ten episodes) and does not run for multiple seasons
Scene a shot or series of shots in a movie constituting a unit of continuous related action
Special effects (1) unusual visual and sound effects that are beyond the possibilities of normal photography or recording, such as simulated (fake) fires, explosions, lightning, miniaturized or enlarged images, or other distortions
Studio 1) the workroom of an artist; 2) a room or set of rooms specially designed for broadcasting radio or television programs, filming movies, etc ; 3) all the buildings used by a company that produces motion pictures
Television 1) the broadcasting of images by means of radio waves to receivers that project those images on a picture tube; 2) the industry of producing such content
Theater a building or outdoor area for housing dramatic presentations (especially plays), stage entertainments, or movies
Aggression 1) hostility or violence; 2) when a nation violates the rights of another nation, particularly by taking over its territory; an unprovoked attack
Compensate to make satisfactory payment or reparation to; to make up for something lost with a thing of equal value
Democratic pertaining to a democracy or the nature of democracy; characterized by the principle of equality for all
Doctrine 1) a particular principle or policy taught and supported, such as by a religion or government; 2) a system of teachings and beliefs related to a specific subject
Infiltrate to enter a small number of spies into a territory or organization secretly and with hostile intent
Preeminence the state or character of being superior to or notable above all others; outstanding; dominant
Special effects (2) (NOTE:the film industry makes a distinction between visual effects, which are created (usually digitally) in post-production,and special effects, which are done on-set or in-camera)
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