Film Studies Key Words

HideShow resource information
Macro Elements
Macro Elements include Genre, Representation, Narrative, Audience. Macro elements are what stay the smae through out the film.
1 of 9
Micro Elements
Micro Elements inlcude Mise-en-scene, camera angles, movement, sound and editing. This change through out the film.
2 of 9
Film Language
How meaning is created in a film.
3 of 9
Proxemics
The relationship between objects and people based on their closeness to eachother.
4 of 9
Composition
Where everything is placed in the scene.
5 of 9
Mise-en-scene
Mise-en-scene literally means 'put in scene' refering to what happens before the camera.
6 of 9
Connotation
What something means/represents, i.e. red symbolises love, hate, danger etc.
7 of 9
Denotation
What you can literally see. i.e. red.
8 of 9
Film Construction
How a film has been filmed and then constructed and pieced together to create one film.
9 of 9

Other cards in this set

Card 2

Front

Micro Elements inlcude Mise-en-scene, camera angles, movement, sound and editing. This change through out the film.

Back

Micro Elements

Card 3

Front

How meaning is created in a film.

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

The relationship between objects and people based on their closeness to eachother.

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

Where everything is placed in the scene.

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
View more cards

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Film Studies resources:

See all Film Studies resources »See all Film Language resources »