A Visual dictionary

United States, 1970

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Episode of Series “Basic Film Terms”.
Illustrates basic filmmaking language as it is used in the writing, shooting, and editing of a motion picture. Defines and demonstrates script terminology, kinds of shots, lenses and their effects, camera angles and movement, sound, and optical effects. Suitable for upper secondary and tertiary/teacher levels.

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Sheldon Renan


Sheldon Renan

David Adams

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