ACT 14. FILMMAKING VOCABULARY 1/6.

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Filmmaking (film production) is the process of making a film, from an initial story, idea, or commission, through scriptwriting, casting, shooting, editing, and screening the finished product before an audience that may result in a theatrical release or television program.

Filmmaking takes place in many places around the world in a range of economic, social, and political contexts, and using a variety of technologies and cinematic techniques. Typically, it involves a large number of people, and takes from a few months to several years to complete.

Bellow you can read a list of words related to the filmmaking.

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ACT 14. VOCABULARI SOBRE FILMACIÓ 1/6.

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La Filmació (producció audiovisual) és el procés de realitzar una pel·lícula, partint d’una història inicial, una idea o un encàrrec, i seguint les passes d’escriptura del guió, el casting de personatges, l’enregistrament d’imatges, l’edició i la projecció del producte final davant d’un públic ja sigui en un cinema o en un programa de televisió.

A continuació podeu llegir una àmplia llista de termes relacionats amb la filmació.

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ENGLISH CATALAN SPANISH DEFINITION
180º rule norma dels 180º regla de 180º a screen direction rule that camera operators must follow an imaginary line on one side of the axis of action is made and the camera must not cross over that line.
balance balanç balance within a film’s visual frame, refers to the composition, aesthetic quality, or working together of the figures, light,
sound, and movement.
 blooper pressa falsa toma falsa an actual error or mistake, usually embarrassing or humorous, made by a performer during filming.
 arcshot pla d’arc plano de arco a shot in which the subject(s) is photographed by an encircling or moving camera.
angle angle ángulo the point of view (POV) or perspective (including relative height or direction) chosen from which to photograph a subject.
24 fps 24 fps 24 fps refers to the standard frame rate or film speed – the number of frames or images that are projected or displayed per second.
bridging shot pla pont plano puente a transitional type of shot used to cover or ‘bridge’ a jump in time or place or other discontinuity.
camera movement moviment de càmera movimiento de cámara the use of the camera to obtain various camera angles and perspectives.
aperture apertura abertura refers to the measurement of the opening in a camera lens that regulates the amount of light passing through and contacting the film.
blocking a shot bloquetjar un pla bloquear un plano the process of figuring out where the camera goes, how the lights will be arranged, and what the actors’ positions and movements – moment by moment – are for each shot or take.
camera angle angle de càmera ángulo de cámara refers to the perspective from which a camera depicts its subject.
contrast contrast contraste refers to the difference between light and shadow, or between maximum and minimum amounts of light, in a particular film image.
aerial shot plà aeri plano aéreo a camera shot filmed in an exterior location from far overhead (from a bird’s eye view), as from a helicopter (most common), blimp, balloon, plane, or kite.
close-up (CU) primer plà primer plano a shot taken from a close distance in which the scale of the object is magnified, appears relatively large and fills the entire frame to focus attention and emphasize its
importance.


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