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abstract form

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a type of filmic organisation in which the parts relate to each other through repetition and variation of such visual qualities as shape, colour, rhythm, and direction of movement. See associational form

academy ratio

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a term for standardised shape of film frame established by the Academy of Motion Pictures and Arts and Sciences. In the original ratio, the frame was 1 1/3 times as wide as it was high (1.33:1); later the width was normalized at 1.85 times the height(1.85:1)

actualities

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an old term for documentaries

aerial perspective

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a cue for suggesting represented depth in the image by presenting objects in the distance less distinctly than those in the foreground

affective fallacy

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a term used in literary criticism to suggest that it is an error to judge a work of art on the basis of its results, especially its emotional effect


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