Filmic guideline dictating that reciprocating characters in the same scene always need to have the same spatial relationship to each other.
One image, and sometimes more than one, placed over another to yield a double or multiple exposure.
Reproduction speed of a visual track.
Frame divided into two or more parts so that different space or action can be presented simultaneously.
Features of the continuity editing method that exposes a character looking at another, and then, the opposite when the action permits
Visual shape that covers the screen disabling the sense of vision to the audience
Mental spatialisation of a sonic event onscreen independent of its sonic location in the cinema space
Impulsive sound usually expected through visuals or context.
Distance between the nearest and furthest object that appears reasonably sharp on the image due to the mechanical and optic properties of the lense and sensor of the camera.
Colours that are used and/or underlined as part of the image track