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Terms, definitions of terms, and clarification of terms used in the film industry.

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What do you call a movie taking place during the events of its previous movie? It's Sidequel, as per Wikipedia: A sidequel is a story which portrays events that occur at the same time as the or …
answered Sep 24 '16 by Ankit Sharma
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There are multiple tropes for it: TV Tropes has a index for such tropes : I Have Your Index: It may shock you to know that I Have Your Index. How I came to obtain it is not important at this par …
answered Dec 4 '17 by Ankit Sharma
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Seems like there is no single name for this term but there are many, few such names are: Film Color Scheme, Color Palette etc. (as mentioned in comments) TV Tropes call it Color Wash. The directo …
answered Nov 2 '16 by Ankit Sharma
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It's called Bathos Bathos is a story-telling technique that follows serious ideas with the commonplace or ludicrous. The juxtaposition of these ideas creates humor. It has its origins in poet …
answered Dec 20 '17 by Ankit Sharma
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I think you are talking about repeated graphic match cut. From Wikipedia- A match cut, also called a graphic match (or, in the French term, raccord), is a cut in film editing between either two …
answered Jan 6 '14 by Ankit Sharma