Use of any other language than the film’s original
Filmic guideline dictating that reciprocating characters in the same scene always need to have the same spatial relationship to each other.
Notion that encompasses the question and answer that the audience might ask of a sound occurrence.
Features of the continuity editing method that exposes a character looking at another, and then, the opposite when the action permits
Environment that surrounds the actors and makes the visual diegesis for the audience.
Sound or group of sound inside a protected space that create a feeling of contextual violation when perceived.
Impulsive sound usually expected through visuals or context.
Establishes the environment of a scene
Bringing of a non visualised event or character on to the screen
Set of rules and conventions that maintain spatial and temporal continuity, allowing the audience to experience a smooth and concrete physical narration.