Q8 - Q1.) What kind of transitional device, often including...

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Q1.) What kind of transitional device, often including a change of place or time, slides across the  screen and replaces the original shot?  WIPE Q2.) If a filmmaker deliberately manipulates shots so that the transitions between them are not  smooth, continuous, or coherent, what kind of editing is being employed? DISCONTINUITY EDITING Q3.) What do the transitional fade-in and fade-out devices allow a scene to do? OPEN OR CLOSE SLOWLY Q4.) In terms of cinematic duration, the ___________ is an arc that measures information in a  shot; at the curve’s peak, the viewer has absorbed the information from a shot and is ready to  move on to the next shot.  CONTENT CURVE Q5.) Lev Kuleshov discovered that two shots __________ any actual relationship to one another if  the first shot is an action followed by another shot that is a reaction.  NEED NOT HAVE Q6.) What do we call a transitional device in which one shot is gradually superimposed over  another while the original shot fades out?  DISSOLVE Q7.) Throughout their work, film editors must collaborate with the director and be resilient enough  to withstand which typical scenario?  PRODUCER'S INTERFERENCE Q8.) To maintain consistent screen direction, filmmakers must adhere to what cinematic  convention?  THE 180-DEGREE RULE Q9.) What kind of editing refers to the editing of two or more actions taking place at the same time  but creating a single scene rather than two distinct actions?  INTERCUTTING Q10.) What kind of cut shows us the continuation of a character’s or object’s motion through  space without actually showing us the entire action?  MATCH-ON-ACTION Q11.) What kind of editing is the editing of subjective shots that show a scene exactly the way the  character sees it?  POINT-OF-VIEW EDITING
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Q12.) The __________ of shots within a scene can cause us to have a fairly complex sense of the  overall space, even if no shot discloses more than a fraction of that space to us at a time.  JUXTAPOSITION Q13.) Which type of cut presents an instantaneous advance in the action?  JUMP CUT Q14.) In the 1940s and 1950s, a typical Hollywood movie would run approximately ________ and  contain about 1,000 shots.  ONE TO ONE-AND-A-HALF HOURS Q15.) The spilt-screen has been in the mainstream of filmmaking since which film by Phillips 
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