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Quiz 5 :

Mise-En-Scène

Quiz 5 :

Mise-En-Scène

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How did Orson Welles create more immersive sets in Citizen Kane (1941) to lend their settings a more expansive spatial quality?
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In film analysis, the term "mise-en-scène" refers to
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Arrival's alien egg-shaped craft, which seems to be made of stone and has interiors that are spare, organic, and enormous, is an example of
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Sets are often built on a ________, which is a windowless, soundproofed, interior shooting environment.
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One of the first and most important collaborators hired by a director is the ________, who helps develop the overall look of a movie.
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The colors and textures of interiors, furniture, draperies, and curtains are aspects of
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Although much attention was paid to the authenticity of historical costumes during the studio era, hairstyles were often based on
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Although facial painting and prosthetics were used for the face of the Joker in The Dark Night (2008), the transformation of Harvey Dent into Two-Face was created by
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Which of the following falls under the supervision of a movie's production designer?
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During the first twenty years of moviemaking, directors preferred to shoot in/on ________ locations.
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In Edward Scissorhands (1990), the unusual costume and makeup of the title character emphasizes his
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The spatial and temporal ________ of a film is the environment in which the narrative takes place.
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For the costuming in the 1963 historical epic Cleopatra, the Hollywood studio 20th Century Fox was more concerned with ________ than historical accuracy.
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Studios of the classical Hollywood period had no qualms about ordering male actors with star potential to undergo cosmetic surgery and change hair color in order to
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When a character in a movie handles an object such as a tennis racket, a glass of beer, or a shovel, it is known as a
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Sketches that help guide the cinematographer in coordinating the camera and lighting for a film are known as
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________ is the process by which the look of settings, props, lighting, and actors is determined.
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Until the 1960s, why were actors in almost every film, whether period or contemporary, required to wear wigs?
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What did movie studios hope to gain by building soundstages after the first two decades of filmmaking?
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What usually determines the selection and design of costumes used in a film?
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