By: Nazia Adnin
2) Off or offstage aka off-camera:
Refers to action or dialogue off the visible stage, or beyond the boundaries of the camera's field of vision or depicted frame; aka off-screen.
Refers to a performer who has no need for a script (or book), after completely memorizing all lines of dialogue
4) Omniscient point-of-view:
A film in which the narrator knows (and sees) everything occurring in a story, including character thoughts, action, places, conversations, and events; contrast to subjective point-of-view.
a term for a short, one-line joke (that contains its own punch line), also the term may refer to the 'high concept' description of a film - a few words used to describe a script, story line or a film's premise that a person can easily understand with a simple one-liner.
Refers to the typical size of a movie poster.
Refers to camera shots that are not included (literally, they are 'taken out') in the final cut or print of a film, often retrieved from the cutting room floor, and shown during the closing credits; also see blooper.
The carry-over of dialogue, sounds, or music from one scene to another; occurs when the cut in the soundtrack is not at the same time as the cut in the image; can also refer to two or more characters speaking at the same time; aka overlap sound.
Slang term for a drive-in movie theater aka passion pit.