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GEB2 Unit 6 Au,G & P

Audience, genre, places

QuestionAnswer
plays,ballet theatre
bands, sports arena
TV filming, music recording studio
sports, bands stadium
operas, ballets opera house
contestant game show
singing and dancing musicals
standing ovation
audience participation
street performers
computer generated characters people or animals created with computer graphics
soundtrack the recorded music for a film
stunt something dangerous someone does to entertain people in a film
script the written form of a film
screen a large white surface a film is shown on in a cinema
3 D having, or seeming to have, length, depth and height
animation a film in which pictures and models seem to move and talk
special effects pictures and sounds that make it seem as if something exciting or impossible is really happening
science fiction a literary genre that makes imaginative use of scientific knowledge or conjecture
thriller a book, film, play, etc, depicting crime, mystery, or espionage in an atmosphere of excitement and suspense
western A novel, film, television program, or other dramatic work including themes, characters, or settings characteristic of the American West, especially of the late 1800s.
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