Index of motion picture-related articles

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0-9[edit]

1.85:1 ratio -- 2.35:1 ratio -- 3-D film -- 3Delight -- 3D LUT -- 3ds Max -- 4-point lighting setup -- 16 mm film -- 35 mm film -- 70mm -- 180 degree rule --

A[edit]

Aa - Am

A and B editing -- A roll -- Aberration in optical settings -- Above-the-line -- Academy Awards -- Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences -- Accelerated montage -- Achromatic doublet -- Acousmatic -- Acting -- Actinic light -- Action axis -- Actor -- Actress -- Actuality film -- Adobe After Effects -- Adobe Premiere Elements -- Adobe Premiere Pro-- AVS Video Converter -- AVS Video Editor -- Aerial image -- Aerial shot -- Aliasing -- Alliance Atlantis -- Alternate-frame sequencing -- Ambient light -- American Cinema Editors -- American Federation of Television and Radio Artists -- American Film Institute -- American Indian Film Festival -- American National Standards Institute -- American night -- American Society of Cinematographers -- American shot—An - Az

Anamorphic -- Angle of view -- Angle plus angle -- Angular resolution -- Animation -- Animation camera -- Animation director -- Animator -- Anime -- Answer print -- Anti-aliasing filter -- Apparatus theory -- Aperture -- A-Plot -- Arc lamp -- Arri -- Arri bayonet -- Arri PL -- Arri standard -- Arriflex D-20 -- Art department -- Art director -- Art film -- Artificial light -- ASA -- ASA speed rating -- Aspect ratio (image) -- Assistant director -- Audio engineering -- Audition -- Auteur theory -- Autoconform -- Autodesk -- Autoethnography -- Autofocus -- Automatic dialogue replacement -- Available light -- Avar -- Avid Technology-- Axial cut-- Axis of action --

B[edit]

B roll -- Back light -- Backlot -- Background light -- Background lighting -- Bailin bracket -- Balloon light -- Barrel distortion -- Barn doors -- Bayer filter -- Below-the-line -- Best boy -- Beta movement -- Bigature -- Billing -- Bird's eye shot -- Black-and-white -- Blaxploitation -- Bleach bypass -- Blocking -- Bluescreen -- B-movie -- Body double -- Body makeup artist -- Bolex -- Bollywood -- Boom operator -- Boom shot -- Boomerang (lighting) -- Bounce board -- Breaking down the script -- Breathing (lens) -- Brightness (lighting) -- British Academy of Film and Television Arts -- British Board of Film Classification -- British Independent Film Awards -- British Film Institute -- Broadside (lighting) -- Bronson Canyon -- Burnt-in timecode -- Butterfly (lighting)

C[edit]

Ca - Cm

C-Stand -- Cahiers du cinéma -- Callier effect -- Cameo lighting -- Cameo role -- Cameo shot -- Camera angle -- Camera assistant -- Camera boom -- Camera crane -- Camera crew -- Camera Dolly -- Camera magazine -- Camera operator -- Camera shot -- Canadian pioneers in early Hollywood -- Candles per square foot -- Cannes Film Festival -- Casting Agent -- Casting -- Casting couch -- Catering -- Celluloid Closet -- Celluloid ceiling -- César Award -- Changing bag -- Character animation -- Charisma -- Chiaroscuro -- Choker shot -- Chroma key -- Chromatic aberration -- Chronophotography -- Cinelerra-- Cinema 16 -- CinemaDNG -- Cinemaphile -- CineMagic -- Cinemascope -- Cinematheque -- Cinematic techniques -- Cinematographer -- Cinematography -- Cinéma vérité -- Cineon -- CinePaint -- Cinerama -- Circle of confusion -- Circle-Vision 360 -- Clapperboard -- Clapper loader -- Close shot -- Close-up -- Closed captioning -- Closing credits—Cn - Cz

Cold open -- Color conversion filter -- Color corrected fluorescent light -- Color correction -- Color gel -- Color grading -- Color rendering index -- Color timer -- Colour-separation overlay -- Columbia Pictures -- Compositing -- Composition -- Computer-generated imagery -- Continuity -- Continuity editing -- Continuity clerk -- Cooke triplet lens -- Costume design -- Costume designer -- Costume drama -- Costume supervisor -- Costumer -- Crafts service -- Crane shot -- Crashbox -- Creative Artists Agency -- Creative geography -- Cross cutting -- Cross lighting -- Cross-dressing in film and television -- Cue (theatrical) -- Cult film -- Cutaway-- Cut in-- Cutting on action

D[edit]

Daily editor log -- Daily rushes -- Dance film -- Day for night -- Deadspot (lighting) -- Deep focus -- Depth of field -- Depth-of-field adapter -- Development -- Development hell -- Dialogue editor -- Dichroic lenses -- Diegetic sound -- Diffraction -- Diffuser (lighting) -- Digital audio -- Digital audio tape recorder -- Digital audio workstation -- Digital cinema -- Digital Cinema Initiatives -- Digital cinematography -- Digital compositing -- Digital film -- Digital grading -- Digital image processing -- Digital intermediate -- Digital negative -- Digital projection -- Digital Theatre System -- Digital video -- Digital Visual Interface -- Digital zoom -- Dimmer (lighting) -- Direct broadcast satellite-- Direct to Disk Recording -- Director (film) -- Directorial beat -- Director's cut -- Directors Guild of America -- Dissolve (film) -- Digital Light Processing -- DMX (lighting) -- Docudrama -- Documentary film -- Dolby Digital -- Dolly grip -- Dolly shot -- Dolly zoom -- Double-system recording -- Douser (lighting) -- DPX file format -- Drawn on film animation -- Dream sequence -- DreamWorks -- DreamWorks Animation -- Drug movies -- Dubbing -- Dutch angle -- DV -- DVD -- Dynamic composition -- Dykstraflex --

E[edit]

Eclair camera -- Edge code -- Edit decision list -- Editor's cut -- Effects light -- Electrotachyscope -- Ellipsoidal -- Ellipsoidal reflector spot light -- End credits -- Entertainment law -- Eroticism in film -- Establishing shot -- Evangelion shot -- Executive producer (motion picture) -- Experimental filmmaker -- Exposure latitude -- Expressionism (film) -- Extra -- Extreme close-up shot -- Extreme long shot -- Eye-level camera angle -- Eyepiece --

F[edit]

Fade-in -- Fade-out -- Fan film -- Fast cutting -- Fast motion -- Feminist film theory -- Field of view -- Fill light -- Film -- Film Academy -- Film colorization -- Film crew -- Film critics -- Film criticism -- Film director -- Film distributor -- Film editing -- Film editor -- Film festival -- Film format -- Film gate -- Film genre -- Film institutes -- Film leader -- Filmmaking -- Film modification -- Film noir -- Film-out -- Film plane -- Film preservation -- Film production -- Film producer -- Film punctuation -- Film rating systems -- Film recorder -- Film restoration -- Film scanner -- Film school -- Film score -- Film speed -- Film stock -- Film styles -- Film technique -- Film theory -- Film timing -- Film treatment -- Filming production roles -- Filmizing -- Filter (photography) -- Final cut privilege -- Final Cut Pro -- Fine cut -- First National -- Fisheye lens -- Flange focal distance -- Flashing arrow -- Flatbed editor -- Flicker fusion threshold -- F-number -- Focal length -- Focus (optics) -- Focus puller -- Focusing screen -- Foley artist -- Follow focus -- Follow shot -- Followspot light -- Forced perspective -- Foreshadowing -- Formalist film theory -- Found footage -- Fourth wall -- Frame -- Frame composition -- Frame rate -- Frazier lens -- Freeze frame shot -- French hours -- French Impressionist Cinema -- Fresnel lantern -- Fresnel lens -- F-stop -- Full frame -- Full shot

G[edit]

Gaffer -- Gaffer tape -- Garbage matte -- Genesis -- Genie Award -- Genres -- German Expressionism -- Gobo (lighting) -- Go motion -- Godspot effect -- Golden Globe Awards -- Greenlight -- Greensman -- Grip --

H[edit]

Hand-held camera -- Hard light -- Head-on shot -- Heterodiegetic -- High-angle shot -- High camera angle -- High Definition -- High-intensity discharge lamp -- High-key lighting -- High speed camera -- History of cinema -- Hollywood -- Hollywood accounting -- Hollywood cycles -- Hollywood North -- HandBrake -- Hollywood Reporter -- Home video -- Horror film -- Hydrargyrum Medium-Arc Iodide lamp -- Hyperfocal distance --

I[edit]

IATSE -- Image processing -- IMAX -- iMovie -- In-camera effects -- Independent film -- Industrial Light and Magic -- Insert -- Intellectual montage -- Intelligent lighting -- Interlace -- Intermittent mechanism -- Internet Movie Database -- Interruptible foldback -- Intertitle -- Iris-in/ Iris-out -- Iso-elastic -- Italian neorealism --

J[edit]

Jaggies -- Jib -- Jump cut -- Juxtaposition (editing) --

K[edit]

Key costumer -- Key grip -- Key light -- Keying (graphics) -- Keykode -- Kinemacolor -- Kinetoscope -- Kino-Pravda -- Kinopanorama -- Klieg light -- Kodak Theatre -- Kuleshov Effect --

L[edit]

L cut (split edit) -- LCD shutter glasses -- Lead space -- Lekolite -- Lens -- Lens flare -- Lens hood -- Letterbox -- Light meter -- Light reflector -- Lighting technician -- Lighting -- Lighting control console -- Lighting design -- LightWave -- Lightworks -- Limato, Ed -- Line producer -- Linear filter -- Linear timecode -- Linear video editing -- Lip flap -- Lipstick camera -- Live soundtrack -- Location -- Location manager -- Location scouting -- Location shooting -- Log line -- Long shot -- Long take -- Low-angle shot -- Low-key lighting -- Lucasfilm -- Lucasfilm Animation -- Lumapanel -- Luminaire

M[edit]

Machinima -- Magic lantern -- Make-up artist -- Make-up call -- Marxist film theory -- Master shot -- Match cut -- Match moving -- Matte -- Maya -- Medieval film -- Medium shot -- Medium-long shot -- Method acting -- Method filmmaking -- Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer -- Microphone -- Microphone boom -- Mid shot -- MIDI timecode -- Mini35 -- Mise en scene -- Mixing console -- Mockumentary -- Montage -- Mood lighting -- Motion blur -- Motion capture -- Motion picture -- Motion Picture Association of America -- Motion picture camera -- Motion picture continuity -- Motion picture distribution -- Motion picture editing -- Motion picture lighting -- Motion picture rating system -- Motion picture terminology -- Movie projector -- Movie star -- Movie studio -- Movie theater -- Movies Filmed in Harlem -- Movietone sound system -- Moving light -- Moviola -- MPAA film rating system -- Multicamera setup -- Multiplane camera -- Music editor -- Music supervisor -- Musical film

N[edit]

Narrative film -- Narrativity -- National Association of Theatre Owners -- National Film Board of Canada -- National Film Preservation Board -- National Film Registry -- National Media Museum -- Negative cutting -- Negative pickup deal -- Neo-noir -- Neorealism -- New Queer Cinema -- Newsreel -- Nickelodeon movie theater -- Night for day -- Night for night -- Nitrocellulose -- Noise reduction -- Non-diegetic insert -- Non-linear editing -- Normal lens --

O[edit]

Oblique camera angle -- Offline editing -- On Location -- One-light -- Online editing -- OpenEXR -- Open content film -- Opening credits -- Optical composition -- Optical effects -- Optical printer -- Optical zoom -- Original camera negative -- Orphan film -- Outtake -- Overlap[disambiguation needed] --

P[edit]

The Paley Center for Media Pan and scan -- Pan shot -- Panavision -- Panchromatic -- PAR light -- Paramount Pictures -- Performance capture -- Persistence of vision -- Perspective distortion -- Phi phenomenon -- Photographic film -- Photographic lens -- Photometry -- Pinnacle Liquid Edition -- Pinnacle Studio -- Pincushion distortion -- Pinscreen animation -- Pitch -- Pixar -- Pixilation -- Plot development (motion picture) -- Point of view shot -- Political Cinema -- Pool hall lighting -- Pop filter -- Pornographic movie -- Post-production -- PowerAnimator -- Practical effects -- Practical lighting -- Praxinoscope -- Premium Picture Productions -- Pre-production -- Principal photography -- Producer-- Producers Guild of America -- Production assistant -- Production Code -- Production company -- Production design (motion picture) -- Production designer -- Production sets -- Production sound mixer -- Production values -- Progressive scan -- Proof of concept -- Propaganda film -- Prop -- Property master -- Psychoanalytical film theory -- Publicist -- PV mount --

R[edit]

Rack focus -- Raster image -- Reaction shot -- Read-through -- Re-can -- Recording mixer -- Redress -- Reflected light -- Refractive index -- Reframing -- Remake -- Rembrandt lighting -- Rendering -- Re-recording mixer -- Retrofocus -- Reversal film -- Reverse-angle shot -- RGB color model -- Rig -- Rostrum camera -- Rotary disc shutter -- Rotoscoping -- Rough cut -- Rule of thirds -- Runaway production -- Rushes -- Rushes log

S[edit]

Sa - Sm

Scene axis -- Scene lighting -- Scoop lights -- Screen Actors Guild -- Screen direction -- Screen test -- Screenplay -- Screenplay slug line -- Screenwriter -- Screenwriting -- Screenwriting software -- Screenwriting credit -- Screwball comedy film -- Scrim (lighting) -- Script -- Script breakdown -- Script doctor -- Script Supervisor -- Second unit -- Super[disambiguation needed] -- Secondary animation -- Sellmeier equation -- Sequence (filming) -- Sequence shot -- Serial -- Set construction -- Set costumer -- Set decorator -- Set dresser -- Shake (software) -- Shallow focus -- Shaw Brothers Studio—Shelved -- Shooting ratio -- Shooting script -- Short end -- Short film -- Shot (filming) -- Shot reverse shot -- Shutter angle -- Shutter speed -- Silent film -- Simultaneous release -- Single camera setup -- Skywalker Sound -- Slit-scan -- Slow cutting -- Slow motion -- SMPTE -- SMPTE color bars -- SMPTE time code—Sn - Sz

Snoot (lighting) -- Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers -- Soft light -- Sony Pictures -- Sony Vegas -- Sound designer -- Sound dissolve -- Sound editor -- Sound effects -- Sound effects editor -- Sound engineer -- Sound mix -- Sound recording -- Sound stage -- Soundtrack -- Soviet movies of the year by ticket sales -- Star Wars-- Special effects -- Specular light -- Split screen -- Spotlight (lighting) -- Spydercam -- Stage combat -- Stage lighting -- Stage lighting instrument -- Stand-in -- Standoff -- Step outline -- Stereoscopy -- Stock footage -- Stop motion -- Stop trick -- Striplight -- Strobing effect-- Structuralist film theory -- Stunt work -- Stuntmen's Association of Motion Pictures -- Subjective camera angle - Subtitle -- Sundance Institute -- Sungun lamp -- Superimpose -- Surround sound -- Suspension of disbelief -- Swing gang -- Sync-coding -- Synchronizer -- Sync sound --

T[edit]

Talkies -- Talking head -- Tally light -- Technical achievement -- Technicolor -- Technirama -- Techniscope -- Telecine -- Teleconverter -- Telerecording -- Television movie -- Tessar formula -- Test screening -- Three-point lighting -- Tight shot -- Tilt -- Time-lapse -- Title sequence -- Top grossing movie -- Top-grossing movies in the United States -- Toronto International Film Festival -- Tracking shot -- Trailer -- Transgender in film and television -- Transition focus -- Transitional effect -- Treatment -- Trilogy -- Trucking shot -- Tungsten fresnel light -- Tungsten open face light -- Two-shot --

U[edit]

Undercranking -- Universal Studios -- Utilitarian lighting -- Utility sound technician --

V[edit]

Varicam -- Variety -- Venice Film Festival -- Vertical interval timecode -- Video -- Video assist -- Video tap -- Viewfinder -- Vignetting -- Vinegar syndrome -- Virtual camera -- VistaVision -- Visual effects -- Vitascope -- Voice actor -- Voice director

W[edit]

Walla -- Walt Disney Company -- Wardrobe attendant -- Wardrobe design -- Wardrobe designer -- Warner Brothers -- WGA screenwriting credit system -- Wide-angle lens -- Widelux -- Widescreen -- Wipe -- Wire frame model -- Wire removal -- Wireless microphone -- Women's Cinema -- Workprint -- Writers Guild of America --

X[edit]

Xenon arc lamp -- Xenon flash lamp -- X-rated --

Z[edit]

Zeiss formula -- Zeiss Tessar lens -- Zen filmmaking -- Zoetrope -- Zoom lens -- Zoopraxiscope --

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