Producer: Renan Productions, Pyramid Films
Format: DVD Running time: 14 minutes
BASIC FILM TERMS: A VISUAL DICTIONARY was one of the first films to be produced primarily for the teaching of film technique and film appreciation in schools and universities. Giving precise visual examples of the most important film terms, it begins with the different ways of preparing a film script and goes on to demonstrate the various kinds of shots, lenses and camera movements. It also provides "visual definitions" of sound recording and editing methods.