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Literary Dimensions of Film. Course Review. Frame Shot Scene Sequence Cut Jump cut Fade Dissolve. Cross Cutting Montage Tracking Pan Crane Shot Close Up / Long Shot Establishing Shot. Film Terms. Point of View Objective Subjective Conventions Allusions Genre Flashback

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film terms
Frame

Shot

Scene

Sequence

Cut

Jump cut

Fade

Dissolve

Cross Cutting

Montage

Tracking

Pan

Crane Shot

Close Up/Long Shot

Establishing Shot

Film Terms
literary film terms
Point of View

Objective

Subjective

Conventions

Allusions

Genre

Flashback

Intertextuality

Narration (Literature)

Voice-Over (Film)

First Person Narrator

Third Person Narrator

Limited Narrator

Omniscient Narrator

Metaphors

Symbols

Literary/Film Terms
drama
Scene

Act

Exposition

Complication

Climax

Denouement

Multiple Plots

Protagonist

Antagonist

Confidante

Soliloquy

Dialogue

Blank Verse

Rhyming Couplets

Drama
plays the jewish wife
Author

Structure

Setting

Judith Keith

Fritz Keith

Telephone Calls

Plays-The Jewish Wife
plays henry v
Author

Henry V

Fluellen

Bardolph

Pistol

Dauphin

Katherine

Exeter

Agincourt

Harfleur

Constable

“band of brothers”

“Salic law”

Falstaff

Richard II

Chorus

Plays-Henry V
plays cyrano de bergerac
Author

Cyrano de Bergerac

Roxanne

Christian

De Guiche

Rageneau

Viscount Valvert

Le Bret

“panache”

“preciuses”

“ballad of a duel”

Arras

The moon

Ligniere

Hôtel de Bourgogne

Molière

Plays—Cyrano de Bergerac
screenplay shakespeare in love
Authors

Director

Will

Viola

Henslowe

Elizabeth

Fennyman

Ned Allen

Wessex

Romeo and Juliet

Twelfth Night

Christopher Marlowe

Henry VI

Dr. Faustus

The Curtain

The Rose

Screenplay-Shakespeare in Love
fiction
Authors

Characters

Plots

Settings

Periods

Chronologies

Frames

“Rear Window”

Slaughterhouse Five

“A Rose for Emily”

“Hills Like White Elephants”

Fiction
fiction rear window
Hal Jeffries

Sam

Lars Thorwald

Delayed action

synchronization

Beethoven

The trunk

The note

The phone calls

The day man

The steps to suspecting and solving the murder

Fiction—“Rear Window”
fiction slaughterhouse five
Billy Pilgrim

Valencia

Montana Wildhack

Edgar Derby

Paul Lazzarro

Tralfamadore

Kilgore Trout

Dresden

Firebombing

Robert Pilgrim

Frame

Bernard V. O’Hare

“So it goes.”

Swimming pool

Children’s Crusade

Author

Fiction—Slaughterhouse Five
fiction short stories
“A Rose For Emily”

Author

Emily

Mr. Grierson

Tobe

The locked room

Homer Barron

The narrator

The discovery

“Hills Like White Elephants”

The American

The Girl

The Conversation

The Setting

The drinks

“Please please please please please please please”

Fiction: Short Stories
films
Directors

Screenwriters

Henry V

Henry V

Cyrano de Bergerac

Roxanne

Shakespeare in Love

“Hills Like White Elephants”

Rear Window

Slaughterhouse Five

“A Rose for Emily”

Citizen Kane

Film Scores/Music

Films