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It also may refer to:
Filmmaking and films
- Montage (filmmaking), a technique which uses rapid editing, special effects and music to present compressed narrative information
- Soviet montage theory in the 1920s
- Montage (2013 film), a South Korean film
- Photomontage, the process and result of making a composite photograph by cutting and joining a number of other photographs.
- Montage album, a photographic layout.
- Montage, annual photography exhibition.
- Montage (music), or sound collage
- Montage (TV series), Documentary television series from 1960s and 1970s
- Montage (Kenny G album), 1993
- Montage (Yulia album), 2006
- Montage (Yen Town Band album), a 1996 album by Chara under the name of Yen Town Band
- Montage, an album by Japanese Shibuya-Kei artist Kahimi Karie
- "Montage," a song from the 2002 South Park episode "Asspen" and the 2004 film Team America: World Police used in the original soundtrack for Team America: World Police
- Montage Music Group, an American independent record label based in Nashville, Tennessee
- Montage Image Mosaic Software, for making large-scale, science-grade images for astronomical research
- Montage (software), computer software for screenwriting
- Montage Extreme, a video editing software package
- MontageJS, an application framework to develop rich HTML5 applications
- Montage of Beverly Hills, a luxury hotel in Los Angeles, CA.
- Montage, a tower, part of CityPlace, Toronto
- Montage Mountain
- Le Bistro Montage, a restaurant in Portland, Oregon
- Montage railway station
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