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Quiz 1 Stats

1. Which type of film style deliberately  distorts and stylizes reality, calling attention to the filmmaker, himself.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 88% / 7 correct answers from 8 total answers received
Classical0 times selected / 0%
Formalistic7 times selected / 88%
Realistic1 times selected / 13%

2. Placing a camera in such a manner as to anticipate the movement of an action before it occurs is known as …

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 100% / 8 correct answers from 8 total answers received
letterboxing0 times selected / 0%
anticipatory set ups8 times selected / 100%
cropping0 times selected / 0%
aspect ratio0 times selected / 0%

3. The art of motion is called 

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 100% / 8 correct answers from 8 total answers received
panning0 times selected / 0%
dissolve0 times selected / 0%
loose framing0 times selected / 0%
choreography8 times selected / 100%

4. Realism in film emphasizes:

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 88% / 7 correct answers from 8 total answers received
narrative fragmentation1 times selected / 13%
authorial intrusion0 times selected / 0%
basic life experiences7 times selected / 88%
Computer generated effects0 times selected / 0%

5. A shot that begins with a close view of the subject and then withdraws to reveal a larger context is called a

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 100% / 8 correct answers from 8 total answers received
process shot0 times selected / 0%
dissolve0 times selected / 0%
swish pan0 times selected / 0%
pull-back dolly shot8 times selected / 100%

6. This style of film represents functional story-oriented films and encompasses the majority of  films.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 50% / 4 correct answers from 8 total answers received
Classical3 times selected / 38%
Formal0 times selected / 0%
Realistic5 times selected / 63%

7. Mise En Scene refers to :

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 100% / 8 correct answers from 8 total answers received
making things appear random within a scene.0 times selected / 0%
the relationships of organisms within a frame0 times selected / 0%
the technique of blocking out a portion of a movie image.0 times selected / 0%
the manner in which scens are framed and photographed within the frame8 times selected / 100%

8. A shot taken from a mechanical “arm” is a :

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 88% / 7 correct answers from 8 total answers received
dolly shot1 times selected / 13%
aerial shot0 times selected / 0%
crane shot7 times selected / 88%
hand-held shot0 times selected / 0%

9. Which device tends to reduce the importance of a subject?

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 88% / 7 correct answers from 8 total answers received
high-angle shot 7 times selected / 88%
bird’s-eye view1 times selected / 13%
cool colors0 times selected / 0%
subsidiary contrast0 times selected / 0%

10. This style of film is objective, has minimum distortion of the story and does not call attention to any one style.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 50% / 4 correct answers from 8 total answers received
Classical2 times selected / 25%
Formal2 times selected / 25%
Realistic4 times selected / 50%

11. True or False: Aspect ratio can change from scene to scene in a film.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 13% / 1 correct answers from 8 total answers received
False1 times selected / 13%
True7 times selected / 88%

12. Musical, Horror, Comedy and Romance all refer to a film’s _____________.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 100% / 8 correct answers from 8 total answers received
mood0 times selected / 0%
convention0 times selected / 0%
framing0 times selected / 0%
genre8 times selected / 100%

13. Classical cinema

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 63% / 5 correct answers from 8 total answers received
employs loosely organized plots.1 times selected / 13%
subordinates plot and character to social themes.2 times selected / 25%
avoids the extremes of realism and formalism.5 times selected / 63%
sacrifices entertainment value to explore moral issues.0 times selected / 0%

14. Cinema derives from the Greek word for  

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 50% / 4 correct answers from 8 total answers received
genre0 times selected / 0%
seeing all4 times selected / 50%
pattern1 times selected / 13%
movement3 times selected / 38%

15. This shot is taken from a long distance and is also know as an establishing shot

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 50% / 4 correct answers from 8 total answers received
long shot4 times selected / 50%
extreme long shot4 times selected / 50%
full shot0 times selected / 0%

16. The following can be said about formalists in framing film scenes:

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 63% / 5 correct answers from 8 total answers received
formalists never call attention to their own style0 times selected / 0%
time and space is unaltered 0 times selected / 0%
Beauty before content5 times selected / 63%
The subject matter is most important3 times selected / 38%

17. The over-the-shoulder shot involves

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 63% / 5 correct answers from 8 total answers received
one person in close up.3 times selected / 38%
two people, one of whom has his/her back to the camera.0 times selected / 0%
three people with the camera moving from person to person.0 times selected / 0%
none of the above.0 times selected / 0%

18. Movement of the camera that scans the scene horizontally is called a    

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 88% / 7 correct answers from 8 total answers received
zoom0 times selected / 0%
lateral shot1 times selected / 13%
panning shot7 times selected / 88%
transitional shot0 times selected / 0%

19. This shot barely keeps the entire length of a figure in full frame

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 88% / 7 correct answers from 8 total answers received
extreme long shot1 times selected / 13%
long shot0 times selected / 0%
full shot7 times selected / 88%

20. To show a person has dominance in a film you would place them ( more than one answer may be required)

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 100% / 8 correct answers from 8 total answers received
the top of the frame7 times selected / 54%
the edge of the frame1 times selected / 8%
the bottom of the frame0 times selected / 0%
in the center of the frame5 times selected / 38%

21. Oblique-angle shots tend to suggest

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 100% / 8 correct answers from 8 total answers received
tension, transition, and impending movement.0 times selected / 0%
security and domination.0 times selected / 0%
tediousness and insignificance.0 times selected / 0%
power, stability, and fate.0 times selected / 0%

22. When a person is framed on the left or right edge of a scene it usually indicates that

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 75% / 6 correct answers from 8 total answers received
that person is insignificant 6 times selected / 75%
that person is vulnerable2 times selected / 25%
that person is dominant0 times selected / 0%
that person is important0 times selected / 0%

23. The 3 visual planes of a frame in any video are:

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 88% / 7 correct answers from 8 total answers received
widescreen, television & standard1 times selected / 13%
intimate distance, personal distance , & public distance0 times selected / 0%
foreground, mid ground & background7 times selected / 88%
closed form, open form & tight frame0 times selected / 0%

24. For most filmmakers, the favored position to photograph an actor is

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 13% / 1 correct answers from 8 total answers received
full front.7 times selected / 88%
quarter turn.1 times selected / 13%
half turn.0 times selected / 0%
back to camera.0 times selected / 0%

25. The longer and higher the shot, the  the movement appears 

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 75% / 6 correct answers from 8 total answers received
faster0 times selected / 0%
slower6 times selected / 75%
more intimate0 times selected / 0%
more threatening2 times selected / 25%

26. Which shot captures objects at close, medium and long ranges all at the same time?

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 50% / 4 correct answers from 8 total answers received
deep focus4 times selected / 50%
full shot1 times selected / 13%
wide-angle3 times selected / 38%

27. Moving a camera back and forth between two actors having a conversation in known as

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 88% / 7 correct answers from 8 total answers received
tight framing0 times selected / 0%
open form1 times selected / 13%
personal distance0 times selected / 0%
panning7 times selected / 88%

28. Fading out of one shot into another is known as

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 75% / 6 correct answers from 8 total answers received
dissolve6 times selected / 75%
freeze frame0 times selected / 0%
animation1 times selected / 13%
pull back dolly1 times selected / 13%

29. The  cinematographer can smoothly move through and photograph a set or location without shaking or bobbing with the use of a   

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 25% / 2 correct answers from 8 total answers received
steadicam2 times selected / 25%
dolly5 times selected / 63%
crane0 times selected / 0%
tripod1 times selected / 13%

30. An iris is

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 13% / 1 correct answers from 8 total answers received
a special blue light filter.1 times selected / 13%
the focal point in classical composition.2 times selected / 25%
a powerful wide-angle lens.4 times selected / 50%
a circular or oval mask that can open up or close in on a subject.1 times selected / 13%

31. A type of movie that has depth and breadth with a sweeping sense and lots of action is what type of film?

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 100% / 8 correct answers from 8 total answers received
comedy0 times selected / 0%
epic8 times selected / 100%
romance0 times selected / 0%
mystery0 times selected / 0%

32. Which of the proxemic patterns would be used to shoot a scene in a crowded airport.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 63% / 5 correct answers from 8 total answers received
public distance4 times selected / 50%
intimate distance0 times selected / 0%
personal distance0 times selected / 0%
social distance4 times selected / 50%

33. If I wanted to put  a person in a frame to show he was vulnerable, where would I place him.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 100% / 8 correct answers from 8 total answers received
off to the side0 times selected / 0%
in the center0 times selected / 0%
at the bottom 8 times selected / 100%
at the top0 times selected / 0%

34. The area near the top of the frame is conventionally used to suggest

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 75% / 6 correct answers from 8 total answers received
power, authority, and aspiration.0 times selected / 0%
fear, anxiety, and acrophobia.0 times selected / 0%
the unknown, the fearful, and the unseen danger. 0 times selected / 0%
subservience and vulnerability. 0 times selected / 0%

35. The phenomenon we experience from instantly mixing  several still photos being projected at the same speed

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 50% / 4 correct answers from 8 total answers received
animation5 times selected / 56%
mimesis0 times selected / 0%
virtual reality0 times selected / 0%
persistence of vision4 times selected / 44%

36. Which camera angle is used to evoke a sense of anxiety or tension?

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 88% / 7 correct answers from 8 total answers received
bird’s eye view0 times selected / 0%
eye-level1 times selected / 13%
oblique7 times selected / 88%

37. Which proxemic pattern would be used to film a scene in Office Space where 5-10 actores are gathered in a boardroom.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 75% / 6 correct answers from 8 total answers received
intimate distance0 times selected / 0%
social distance6 times selected / 75%
personal distance2 times selected / 25%
public distance0 times selected / 0%

38. Moving the camera back and forth between two people speaking to one another is an example of .

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 88% / 7 correct answers from 8 total answers received
panning7 times selected / 88%
masking0 times selected / 0%
loose framing0 times selected / 0%
open form1 times selected / 13%

39. The area of an image that immediately attracts our attention is called

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 75% / 6 correct answers from 8 total answers received
balanced composition. 0 times selected / 0%
high key.1 times selected / 13%
dramatic contrast. 1 times selected / 13%
the dominant.6 times selected / 75%

40. This rate of motion is filmed at a faster  frame per second then slowed down in post.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 75% / 6 correct answers from 8 total answers received
slow-motion6 times selected / 75%
fast-motion0 times selected / 0%
reverse-motion0 times selected / 0%
freeze frame2 times selected / 25%

41. A shot taken from the vantage point of a character showing what he sees is a

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 100% / 8 correct answers from 8 total answers received
Pull Back Dolly shot0 times selected / 0%
Setup shot0 times selected / 0%
swish-pan shot0 times selected / 0%
point-of-view-shot8 times selected / 100%

42. This shot would be  made from a drone or helicopter

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 100% / 8 correct answers from 8 total answers received
crane shot0 times selected / 0%
aerial shot8 times selected / 100%
Swish pan0 times selected / 0%
tilt0 times selected / 0%

43. This type of lighting which is bright and light has been used in comedies.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 38% / 3 correct answers from 8 total answers received
high key3 times selected / 38%
high contrast5 times selected / 63%
low-key0 times selected / 0%

44. In the clip below, which framing method was used to create the scene?

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 100% / 8 correct answers from 8 total answers received
panning shot8 times selected / 100%
crane shot0 times selected / 0%
swish pan shot0 times selected / 0%
hand-held shot0 times selected / 0%

45. What is the advantage of a Zoom Shot?

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 50% / 4 correct answers from 8 total answers received
It takes slow motion shots0 times selected / 0%
It is easy to take the viewer in and out of a scene in one swift motion4 times selected / 50%
It can make a smooth swish pan 2 times selected / 25%
It is easier to focus foreground and background objects2 times selected / 25%

46. This shot suspends action on the screen

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 88% / 7 correct answers from 8 total answers received
tilt-shot0 times selected / 0%
freeze frame7 times selected / 88%
animation0 times selected / 0%
zoom shot1 times selected / 13%

47. Wide-angle lenses are used to get closeups.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 63% / 5 correct answers from 8 total answers received
False8 times selected / 100%
True0 times selected / 0%

48. In the clip below, which framing mechanism was used?

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 88% / 7 correct answers from 8 total answers received
aerial shot0 times selected / 0%
pull back dolly shot1 times selected / 13%
panning shot0 times selected / 0%
zoom shot7 times selected / 88%

49. Proxemic patterns can best be described as

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 75% / 6 correct answers from 8 total answers received
careful arrangement of dominant and subsidiary contrasts. 2 times selected / 25%
the relationships of organisms within a given space.6 times selected / 75%
costuming with historical authenticity.0 times selected / 0%
repetition of dialogue for thematic purposes.0 times selected / 0%

50. Realistic Filmmakers use filters and lens modifiers more than formalists.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 75% / 6 correct answers from 8 total answers received
False6 times selected / 75%
True2 times selected / 25%

51. In this clip, which framing device was used to set up the mise en scene?

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 100% / 8 correct answers from 8 total answers received
dissolve0 times selected / 0%
pull back dolly8 times selected / 100%
panning0 times selected / 0%
reverse motion 0 times selected / 0%

52. This scene is an example of 

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 88% / 7 correct answers from 8 total answers received
Intimate Distance0 times selected / 0%
Personal Distance1 times selected / 13%
Public Distance0 times selected / 0%
Social Distance7 times selected / 88%

53. Which of the following is NOT true of open form

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 50% / 4 correct answers from 8 total answers received
It stresses complex techniques.3 times selected / 38%
It emphasizes the immediate and the familiar. 1 times selected / 13%
It leads the camera with dramatic action.0 times selected / 0%
It tends to de-emphasize the frame.4 times selected / 50%

54.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 63% / 5 correct answers from 8 total answers received
tilt0 times selected / 0%
tracking shot5 times selected / 63%
fast motion2 times selected / 25%
swish pan1 times selected / 13%

55. Which of the following is not characteristic of Digital Film as compared to standard film.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 50% / 4 correct answers from 8 total answers received
More expensive4 times selected / 50%
Require less light.2 times selected / 25%
Ease of Editing2 times selected / 25%
Higher resolution0 times selected / 0%

56. This  is an example of which type of framing? screen-shot-2016-10-02-at-11-27-55-am

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 63% / 5 correct answers from 8 total answers received
tight framing5 times selected / 63%
loose framing3 times selected / 38%

57. This Scene is an example of 

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 100% / 8 correct answers from 8 total answers received
Intimate Distance6 times selected / 75%
Personal Distance2 times selected / 25%
Public Distance0 times selected / 0%
Social Distance0 times selected / 0%

58. Intimate distances can be likened to which shot?

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 88% / 7 correct answers from 8 total answers received
long shot. 0 times selected / 0%
medium shot. 1 times selected / 13%
full shot.0 times selected / 0%
close-up shot.7 times selected / 88%

59.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 63% / 5 correct answers from 8 total answers received
tilts0 times selected / 0%
mimesis2 times selected / 25%
reaction shot1 times selected / 13%
persistence of vision5 times selected / 63%

60. Although this is  painted scenery in the animated movie, it is and example of what type of framing shot/ screen-shot-2016-10-02-at-11-57-24-am

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 38% / 3 correct answers from 8 total answers received
aerial shot3 times selected / 38%
animation4 times selected / 50%
zoom shot0 times selected / 0%
hand-held shot1 times selected / 13%

61. This Scene is an example of 

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 38% / 3 correct answers from 8 total answers received
Intimate Distance0 times selected / 0%
Personal Distance 1 times selected / 13%
Public Distance3 times selected / 38%
Social Distance4 times selected / 50%

62.  In general, shots are determined on the basis of how much of the human figure is in view.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 100% / 8 correct answers from 8 total answers received
True8 times selected / 100%
False0 times selected / 0%

63.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 88% / 7 correct answers from 8 total answers received
process shot0 times selected / 0%
swish pan0 times selected / 0%
pull back dolly7 times selected / 88%
dissolve1 times selected / 13%

64. Adapting a widescreen film for TV by blocking out  the top and bottom is called

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 25% / 2 correct answers from 8 total answers received
masking2 times selected / 25%
letterboxing0 times selected / 0%
cropping6 times selected / 75%
scanning0 times selected / 0%

65. Film noir is a style defined primarily in terms of light, or the lack of it.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 100% / 8 correct answers from 8 total answers received
True8 times selected / 100%
False0 times selected / 0%

66.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 100% / 8 correct answers from 8 total answers received
crane0 times selected / 0%
aerial8 times selected / 100%
reverse angle shot0 times selected / 0%
stadium shot0 times selected / 0%

67. Tight Framing is used primarily in

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 75% / 6 correct answers from 8 total answers received
wide angle shots1 times selected / 13%
bird’s eye view shots1 times selected / 13%
close-ups6 times selected / 75%
medium shots0 times selected / 0%

68. . Realists tend to employ extreme angles and high-contrast lighting in their photography

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 50% / 4 correct answers from 8 total answers received
True4 times selected / 50%
False4 times selected / 50%

69.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 63% / 5 correct answers from 8 total answers received
reverse dolly5 times selected / 63%
tracking shot2 times selected / 25%
animation0 times selected / 0%
pan1 times selected / 13%

70. Ash is portrayed  in this clip towards the end of the movie because… 200w

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 100% / 8 correct answers from 8 total answers received
It makes him look insignificant.0 times selected / 0%
He has just performed a heroic act. 8 times selected / 100%
He is displaying his anger.0 times selected / 0%

71. Loose framing is typically usually used in

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 75% / 6 correct answers from 8 total answers received
extreme close-ups0 times selected / 0%
close-ups2 times selected / 25%
Aerial shots 0 times selected / 0%
long shots6 times selected / 75%

72. Highly symmetrical designs are generally used when a director wishes to stress instability and chaos.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 50% / 4 correct answers from 8 total answers received
True4 times selected / 50%
False4 times selected / 50%

73. It is not important for a director to know a bit about cameras, lenses, lighting and other aspects of cinematography.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 75% / 6 correct answers from 8 total answers received
False6 times selected / 75%
True2 times selected / 25%

74. Which proxemic pattern was  applied to this shot? screen-shot-2016-10-02-at-3-00-21-pm    

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 100% / 8 correct answers from 8 total answers received
public0 times selected / 0%
intimate8 times selected / 100%
personal0 times selected / 0%
social0 times selected / 0%

75. Capturing someone looking off the frame to the right or left is called a

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 88% / 7 correct answers from 8 total answers received
close-up0 times selected / 0%
profile 7 times selected / 88%
zoom shot0 times selected / 0%
swish-pan1 times selected / 13%

76. Films are usually shot entirely in open form or closed form, with little or no mixing of the two.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 63% / 5 correct answers from 8 total answers received
True3 times selected / 38%
False5 times selected / 63%

77.

This is an example of what type of shot?

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 88% / 7 correct answers from 8 total answers received
extreme closeup7 times selected / 88%
deep focus1 times selected / 13%
establishing shot0 times selected / 0%

78. Life is Beautiful can be considered an avant-garde film

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 100% / 8 correct answers from 8 total answers received
True8 times selected / 100%
False0 times selected / 0%

79. What Shot is This?

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 63% / 5 correct answers from 8 total answers received
close-up0 times selected / 0%

80. Which Proxemic Pattern does this shot use?

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 88% / 7 correct answers from 8 total answers received
the intimate0 times selected / 0%

81. Name this Shot.

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 50% / 4 correct answers from 8 total answers received
long shot3 times selected / 38%

82. Which Shot is This?

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 50% / 4 correct answers from 8 total answers received
bird’s eye0 times selected / 0%

83.   What Shot is this?

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 88% / 7 correct answers from 8 total answers received
extreme close-up0 times selected / 0%

84. This extreme long shot is also called an

Answer or metricValue
Number and % correct answers 88% / 7 correct answers from 8 total answers received
establishing shot3 times selected / 38%

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