1) Fade aka fade to black, fade in fade out A smooth, gradual transition from a normal image to complete blackness (fade out), or vice versa (fade in).
2) Fake Shemp: Anyone appearing on screen whose face is not seen (either because of heavy make- up or camera angles) and who has no lines; can include stand-ins and extras. The term originated with Sam Raimi and his colleagues, who borrowed it from Hollywood lore about a stand-in used to finish Three Stooges films after Shemp Howard's death.
3) Feature Presentation: The main or advertised movie during a screening.
4) Featured Background: A term used to describe the performers who are placed in prominent positions in the background of the major action of a scene.
5) Femme Fatale: Literally: "Deadly Lady"; a slang term used to describe a character in a movie.
6) Film Buyer: A person who arranges to purchase films from a distributor on behalf of an exhibitor.
7) Foam Technician aka foam runner: A person responsible for creating foam latex prosthetic appliances from a sculpture created by a makeup artist.
8) Freeze Frame: An optical printing effect whereby a single frame is repeated to give the illusion that all action has stopped.