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What is the name for a set of related scenes that follow one another in a film? (Points : 1) Sequence Act Shot Frame
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Which of the following tasks is part of the process of film editing but not part of the process of book editing? (Points : 1) Ensuring that the story makes sense Making sure one section logically follows another Helping to construct the work itself Determining that the work holds together as a whole
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