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4. Which element of a scene does the cinematographer most often control? (Points : 1) A.Staging B.Duration C.Focus D. Props
Weegy: C. Focus User: Shooting the same scene from multiple camera viewpoints to provide options for the director is known as what? (Points : 1) a. Montage b. Outtakes c. Mise en scène d. Coverage Weegy: D. Coverage User: Which special effects technique is being used in television weather reports in which meteorologists stand in front of moving maps? (Points : 1) a. C.G.I. b.Rear projection c.Traveling matte d.Stop-motion animation Weegy: B. Rear Projection (More)
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Which special effects technique is being used in television weather reports in which meteorologists stand in front of moving maps? (Points : 1) a. C.G.I. b.Rear projection c.Traveling matte d.Stop-motion animation
Weegy: A Chroma key effect makes use of a greenscreen which is used in weather forcast broadcasts wherein the reporter appears as if he is standing in front of a map, [ but in the studio it is actually a large green or blue background. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chroma_key ] (More)
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Which of the following is true of the screenwriter’s role in making movies? (Points : 1) A. A film begins with a writer’s story B. Film is generally considered a writer’s medium C. The writer is more important than the rest of the cast and crew D. Writing scripts is an exact science
Weegy: A film begins with a writer?s story is true of the screenwriter?s role in making movies User: hich of the following is an example of an internal conflict? (Points : 1) A.Chief Brody’s conflict with the shark in Jaws B. Batman’s conflict with the Joker in The Dark Knight C. Jim Stark’s conflict with his parents in Rebel Without a Cause D. Scottie’s conflict with his fear of heights in Vertigo Weegy: Scottie?s conflict with his fear of heights in Vertigo is an example of an internal conflict. Thanks for using Weegy! User: Which setting seems most appropriate for a film about emotional isolation? (Points : 1) A.A crowded city B.A small town C.An abandoned outpost D. A college campus Weegy: C.An abandoned outpost User: Why do some filmmakers object to the widespread availability of films on computers and mobile devices? (Points : 1) a. It costs them money b.It changes the audience for films c. It causes viewers to miss details in films d. It puts theater chains out of business Weegy: A. It costs them money. User: What is the most likely reason that theatrical movies have survived competition from television and various home video formats? (Points : 1) A. They are communal experiences B. They are less expensive to distribute C. They are less expensive to attend D. They are easier to access Weegy: A. They are communal experiences User: What is a theme? (Points : 1) a. Something in a movie that stands for something else b. An idea, subject, or topic that pervades the plot c. A comparison between two unrelated things d.An entire story that is symbolic of something else Weegy: B. An idea, subject or topic that pervades the plot. User: Who is primarily responsible for the visual representation of a film’s story? (Points : 1) a.The screenwriter b. The cinematographer c.The editor d.The director (More)
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Acting belongs primarily to which category of a movie’s stylistic elements? (Points : 1) a. Cinematography b. Mise en scène c. Editing d. Sound
Weegy: A User: Shooting the same scene from multiple camera viewpoints to provide options for the director is known as what? (Points : 1) a. Montage b. Outtakes c. Mise en scène d. Coverage Weegy: B (More)
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