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Film Vocab

vocabulary words of films

QuestionAnswer
Camera shot a single continuous view
Long shot helps to provide a wide view of the scene.
Close-up shot helps to show a detailed view of an object or person
High angle shot can signify the camera is positioned to look down on an object or person.
Low angle shot can signify the camera is positioned to look up at an object or person
Sound effects sounds added to a film to make it suspense or realistic
Music helps set or change the mood
Antagonism Opposition of a conflicting force, tendency, or principle.
Assent To agree to something especially after thoughtful consideration.
Contorted To twist in a violent manner.
Converging Come together
Defiant Refusal.
Incriminate To charge with or show evidence or proof of involvement in a crime or fault.
Optimistic An inclination to put the most favorable construction upon actions and events or to anticipate the best possible outcome.
Revelation An act of revealing or communicating divine truth.
Created by: mmatzen