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action actors American films angle arc floodlights Arriflex Average Shot Length background backlighting BCU CU MCU Bell and Howell black and white camera movement cameramen cinema CinemaScope Close closer shots colour continued D.W. Griffith decade depth of field dialogue direction directors dissolves effect emulsion European films example Expressionist exterior film-makers focal length focus front Hollywood interior scenes jump cut large number later lens diffusion lenses lighting units Long Shot long takes mask matte Max Ophuls Medium Shot Melies microphones MLS LS VLS montage sequences moving Moviola narrative negative number of films number of shots optical ordinary panning particularly period photography position prints produced projection projector recording reverse-angle cuts Scale of Shot screen seen shooting Shot distribution shows side silent films sound films sound track speed spotlights stage standard studio style synchronous Technicolor technique tracking shots trick films usual Vitagraph wide-angle lens zoom