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Christopher 1 Taylor Christopher Professor Wicks LIT 209 October 17, 2013 Film Terms 6 Locate authoritative print and/or web sources to define the following film terms. Include a double-spaced and appropriately formatted Works Cited Page as necessary. 1) Fade-in/ Fade-out – a shot which begins in total darkness and gradually lightens to full bright- ness; a transitional device in which an image slowly emerges from a black screen to a clear and bright picture (Fade-In)/the opposite of a Fade-in; a transitional device in which an image gradu- ally dims until the viewer sees only a black screen (Fade-Out) 2) Frame -- a single photographic image imprinted on a length of film; also the perimeter of an image as seen when projected on a screen (a filmmaker sees the frame as the boundaries of his camera's view-finder); Freeze Frame A single frame repeated for an extended time, consequently looking like a still photograph 3) Genre – the method based on similarities in the narrative elements from which films are con-
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