Mise en Scene – It literally means “putting on stage” is the arrangement of the props or everything relevant to the set, including camera and lighting.
Shot Reverse Shot – Mainly used for when two characters are dialoguing. It usually switch from left or right depending who is talking, it helps to give dialogues more flows in the editing. TO give sense to it, would be better to stick to the 180 degrees rule.
Pan/Track/Zoom – Three filming techniques, a pan is a shot where the camera is still and moves on the frame horizontally (left/ right – right/left). A track is a shot where the camera follows a subject throughout the whole scene so backward/forward/alongside. A zoom is a shot where the camera is still and it just zooms in or out.
Psychoanalysis (Film Theory) – Is a school of academic thought that evokes of the concepts of psychoanalysts Sigmund Freud and Jacques Lacan. That are used in film.
Suture – Techniques to make the audience forget about the camera and give the impression that they are the camera itself.
The Gaze – The gaze can refer to two elements. A male gaze, is shots that usually sexualise women. F or female gaze this often refers to the emotional, detailed shots focusing on the effects that a character is going through.
Audience – The audience is simply who is watching the movie, the viewer. There is also “target audience” in movies or tv shows. The target audience is that slice of people who are most likely to watch the film or show,
Representation – Representation is the way characters or locations are presented to the viewer. It is common to represent certain characters, depending on their place of provenience, relying on common belief or urban legends.
Montage – A synonyms of montage is Mosaic. Like a mosaic, a montage is a combination of different part of different footages combined together, accompanied by music and glued perfectly together by an editing work.
Cinema of Attractions – The ” Cinema of Attractions” is the development of the Early Cinema and a form of film represented often by the experimentation of filmmakers to create worlds far from behind ordinary and common in such way to keep the viewer’s attention