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1.Mise-en-scene is: a.A French scene. b.A detailed plan for scene construction on a TV show. c.Creatively arranging visual elements in a unified space. d.The creative relationship between scene designers and the producer in a  production. e.The French term for “There’s a mouse on the set.”       2.This shot features the use of the _____ strategic approach to.
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  11.In addition to being used in Christianity, reliquaries that preserve the remains of holy figures are also found in ____________ and ____________.   12.In the apse fresco from San Clemente in Tahull, Spain, the drapery flutters and folds in a(n) ____________.   13.The embroidered narrative of the Bayeux Tapestry depicts events that led to.
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  a.Audio Fade b.Back-timing c.Beat d.Bed Level e.Box Shot f.Bumper g.(Audio) Crossfade h.Demonstration Program i.Director’s Notes j.Dissolve k.Execution Command Shorthand l.Fadeup m.Fadeout n.Intro o.Line-reading p.Lose Key q.Mike and Cue Talent r.News Hole s.OTS t.Outro u.Product Shot v.Ready (or Stand-by) w.Roll x.Roll Silent y.Rundown Script z.Running time aa. Segment time bb. Sound Under cc. Sound Up dd. Split Screen ee. Take ff. Talking Heads gg. Teaser hh. Thank You ii. Visual jiggle jj. Wipe kk. Wrap It 46.______ An interview.
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1.The miniature Christian church functioning as a container for the bones of a holy person is called a(n): a.triad. b.iconograph. c.reliquary. d.all of these. e.none of these.   2.A continuation of Anglo-Saxon interlace motifs is visible in the Bayeux Tapestry image of King Harold Receiving a Messenger in the: a.abstracted undulating tree. b.fleece of the lion. c.design on the saint’s.
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1.The first thing directors do is become as familiar with the script as its writer.   True        False   2.Murder, She Wrote and Law and Order are examples of the use of   as the major dramatic value.   a.ideas b.spectacle c.language d.character e.plot   3.The only major dramatic value in Hamlet is language.   True        False   4.All other variables.
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  11.Contract crewpersons who train and care for children, horses, cats, snakes, insects, etc., on a production shoot are called a.floor managers b.gaffers c.goboes d.wranglers e.providers 12.Protection against the unlikely event that you lose or damage videotape master footage is a.a completion bond b.a loss bond c.called negative insurance d.called videotape loss insurance e.too expensive these days: no producer buys it 13.An example.
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1.Prehistory is defined as the period before: a.architecture. b.domesticated animals. c.writing. d.all of these. e.none of these.   2.It is almost certain that the “Great Serpent Mound” had, for its builders, a purpose that was: a.scientific. b.religious. c.decorative. d.all of these. e.none of these.   3.In the image of Bulls from Lascaux cave, the application of line and color reveals: a.understanding of the animals’ anatomy. b.careful.
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  26.The animal forms that create a fang ding vessel’s patterns are believed to represent the enormous wealth of the patron.   27.An underground burial chamber marked by a mud-brick structure above is called a mastaba.   28.Artistic invention was prized in ancient Egyptian tomb decoration.   29.The plan of the palace at Knossos is rambling and.
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  21.By the time of Marco Polo’s Description of the World, the Chinese economy already used paper money.   22.In the amber bead necklaces excavated from the tomb of Princess Chen at Qinglongshan Village in Inner Mongolia, the spacers are carved in the shapes of geometric forms.   23.As examples of narrative painting, Giotto’s Arena.
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1.In Soami’s Dry garden of the Daisenin of Daitokuji, the waterless boulders, stones, and gravel suggest a course of water: a.racing along a mountain riverbed. b.falling over a waterfall. c.flowing into a broad river. d.all of these. e.none of these.   2.The response of the Roman Catholic Church to the Reformation, known as the Counter-Reformation, was planned.
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1.When you post a call for auditions, you should ask the actors to bring two things with them, a: a.bio/resume and a head shot b.video/film clip of themselves and their page from their agent’s catalog c.video/film clip of themselves and a bio/resume 2.It’s OK to start blocking rehearsals before the set is designed and/or.
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1.Both della Francesca’s Resurrection and van der Weyden’s Deposition show a characteristic not seen in painting since Roman times, which is: a.abstract decoration. b.naturalism. c.miniaturization. d.all of these. e.none of these.   2.In his portraits of the rulers of Urbino, Piero della Francesca suggests: a.the vast extent of ducal power. b.their elevation above the everyday. c.their almost omnipotent presence. d.all of.
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  a.A point of view b.An attitude c.Personality d.Behavior e.Revelation f.Identification 9.______ Creating characters we care about. 10.______ A person ultimately is what he/she does, or doesn’t do. 11.______ In the climax to The Empire Strikes Back, we discover that Luke Skywalker’s nemesis, Darth Vader, is his father. 12.______ Ranging from Pollyanna to extremely jaded, the way a character views.
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  a.Assistant (or Associate Producer) b.Call schedule c.Completion Bond d.Executive (or Supervising) Producer e.Hyphenate f.Independent Producer g.Line Producer h.Negative Producer i.Production Book j.PR k.Royalty l.Sequel m.Series concordance n.SESAC o.Site Fee p.Spin-off q.Unit Production Manager (UPM) r.Video News Release (VNR) s.Wrangler Definitions: 17.______ A TV series based on characters created in an earlier TV series. 18.______ A TV program or motion picture whose story takes place sometime after the end of the original.
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1.A Buddhist stupa, like the Great Stupa at Sanchi, acts to: a.be the symbol of nirvana. b.commemorate a sacred place. c.be a monumental burial mound. d.be the center of a Buddhist religious compound. e.all of these.   2.In its later stage, the Dongson culture is identified as the first unified kingdom of Vietnam with: a.a ruling royal dynasty. b.a.
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  a.Abstract, or Stylized Design b.Art director c.C-stand d.Cameo lighting e.Chroma Keydrop f.Chroma-Key Wall g.Corner Block h.Corner Bracing i.Depth j.Dimension k.Door or Window Flat l.Drop m.Dutchman n.Flat o.Flying p.Forced perspective q.Ground row r.Hand Props s.Jack t.Lash cleat u.Light Plot v.Masking Flat w.Mise-en-scene x.Neutral Design y.Platform z.Production Design aa. Production Designer bb. Properties cc. Property (Prop) Master dd. Realistic (or Representational) Design ee. Scene Designer ff. Scrim gg. Seamless Paper hh. Set Props ii. Silhouette Lighting jj..
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a.Asymmetrical Balance b.Background (scenes of) c.Background Movement d.Business e.Character f.Character Movement g.Cinematic h.Compositional balance i.Compositional movement j.Dramatized Emotional Relationships (scenes of) k.Ideas l.Incidental Action (scenes of) m.Language n.Main Action (scenes of) o.Major dramatic value p.Pantomimic dramatization q.Picturization r.Plot s.Spectacle/Music t.Story movement u.Symmetrical Balance v.Technical movement w.Tempo x.Transitional movement     33.______ Business that helps establish locale and circumstances.   34.______ A major dramatic value that focuses directorial efforts on development of the story line elements of the script.   35.______.
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  16.The first European Paleolithic cave paintings were discovered in 1879 near ____________.   17.The building up of the walls of a clay vessel by successively adding long ropes of clay and then smoothing the joints is called ____________.   18.By 3000 BCE, in parts of Asia and China, a revolving stand for forming clay.
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  a.The A-Plot b.Act c.Antagonist d.ASCAP e.BMI f.The B-Plot g.The C-Plot h.Comparative (Commercial) Format i.Copywriter j.Demonstration (Commercial) Format k.Dramatic (Commercial) Format l.Five “Ws” and How m.Interview (Commercial) Format n.The Inverted Pyramid o.Master Scene Script p.Outcue q.Package r.Plot Outline s.Promo t.Protagonist u.PSA v.Rundown w.Scene x.Sequence y.Shooting Script z.Shot aa. Sound bites bb. Special Effects (Commercial) Format cc. Spokesperson (Commercial) Format dd. Sponsored Documentaries ee. Spot ff. Storyboard gg.Symbolism (Commercial) Format hh.Testimonial (Commercial) Format ii. Trailer jj. Treatment kk. WGA 32._______ Audio or.
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    a.Abstract, or Stylized Design b.Art director c.C-stand d.Cameo lighting e.Chroma Keydrop f.Chroma-Key Wall g.Corner Block h.Corner Bracing i.Depth j.Dimension k.Door or Window Flat l.Drop m.Dutchman n.Flat o.Flying p.Forced perspective q.Ground row r.Hand Props s.Jack t.Lash cleat u.Light Plot v.Masking Flat w.Mise-en-scene x.Neutral Design y.Platform z.Production Design aa. Production Designer bb. Properties cc. Property (Prop) Master dd. Realistic (or Representational) Design ee. Scene Designer ff. Scrim gg. Seamless Paper hh. Set Props ii. Silhouette Lighting jj..
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            11.Two flats can be joined tightly side-by-side together with a.lash cleats and rope b.masking flats c.wagons d.pigs of lead e.any of these   12.A popular drop in television is the solid red or orange chroma keydrop.   True        False     13.Bluish colors are considered warm colors.   True        False         .
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a.Assistant (or Associate Producer) b.Call schedule c.Completion Bond d.Executive (or Supervising) Producer e.Hyphenate f.Independent Producer g.Line Producer h.Negative Producer i.Production Book j.PR k.Royalty l.Sequel m.Series concordance n.SESAC o.Site Fee p.Spin-off q.Unit Production Manager (UPM) r.Video News Release (VNR) s.Wrangler 27.______ A European rights licensing organization. 28.______ A production term for an individual whose job it is to care for, train, and help to manage the behavior of various kinds of.
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  a.The A-Plot b.Act c.Antagonist d.ASCAP e.BMI f.The B-Plot g.The C-Plot h.Comparative (Commercial) Format i.Copywriter j.Demonstration (Commercial) Format k.Dramatic (Commercial) Format l.Five “Ws” and How m.Interview (Commercial) Format n.The Inverted Pyramid o.Master Scene Script p.Outcue q.Package r.Plot Outline s.Promo t.Protagonist u.PSA v.Rundown w.Scene x.Sequence y.Shooting Script z.Shot aa. Sound bites bb. Special Effects (Commercial) Format cc. Spokesperson (Commercial) Format dd. Sponsored Documentaries ee. Spot ff. Storyboard gg.Symbolism (Commercial) Format hh.Testimonial (Commercial) Format ii. Trailer jj. Treatment kk. WGA Definitions: 22.______ A 2-3.
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1.Regardless of where or at what level you find such an individual, anyone who does more than one job is called a hyphenate. True         False 2.In television production, determining and the size of the production budget and living within it is the job of the a.producer b.director c.unit production manager d.production accountant e.none of the.
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1.The Panathenaic Amphora with Runners reveals an interest in beauty because of the: a. patterned decoration. b.integration of the handles into the overall shape. c.manner in which it rises from its base. d.all of these. e.none of these.   2.In most ancient civilizations, artists were counted among the ranks of: a. priests. b.scholars. c.laborers. d.all of these. e.none of these.   3.The Sumerian Storm.
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a.Asymmetrical Balance b.Background (scenes of) c.Background Movement d.Business e.Character f.Character Movement g.Cinematic h.Compositional balance i.Compositional movement j.Dramatized Emotional Relationships (scenes of) k.Ideas l.Incidental Action (scenes of) m.Language n.Main Action (scenes of) o.Major dramatic value p.Pantomimic dramatization q.Picturization r.Plot s.Spectacle/Music t.Story movement u.Symmetrical Balance v.Technical movement w.Tempo x.Transitional movement     23.______ A major dramatic value that focuses directorial efforts on the development of political/social concepts in the script.   24.______ “Actions without words” used to convey story information.   25.______.
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1.When first experiencing an unfamiliar work of art, start by asking questions about: a.expressive content, historical style, individual style. b.patrons, function, and collocation. c.historical significance and historical context. d.composition, formal analysis, medium and technique. e.all of these.   2.The word “style” derives from stylus, that is: a.a Greek word for history. b.Latin for writing instrument. c.Egyptian for spiritual content. d.all of.
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  a.Audio Fade b.Back-timing c.Beat d.Bed Level e.Box Shot f.Bumper g.(Audio) Crossfade h.Demonstration Program i.Director’s Notes j.Dissolve k.Execution Command Shorthand l.Fadeup m.Fadeout n.Intro o.Line-reading p.Lose Key q.Mike and Cue Talent r.News Hole s.OTS t.Outro u.Product Shot v.Ready (or Stand-by) w.Roll x.Roll Silent y.Rundown Script z.Running time aa. Segment time bb. Sound Under cc. Sound Up dd. Split Screen ee. Take ff. Talking Heads gg. Teaser hh. Thank You ii. Visual jiggle jj. Wipe kk. Wrap It 26.______ An unsound.
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  31.Upon encountering an unfamiliar artwork, one begins one’s communication with the work by interpreting.   32.The particular manner of visual expression created by an individual artist is known as individual style.   33.The ancient Chinese Terra-cotta warrior proclaims instability and transience.   34.In Palladio’s Villa Rotonda, the arrangement is governed by symmetry and balance.    35.A cantilever.
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  a.Abstract, or Stylized Design b.Art director c.C-stand d.Cameo lighting e.Chroma Keydrop f.Chroma-Key Wall g.Corner Block h.Corner Bracing i.Depth j.Dimension k.Door or Window Flat l.Drop m.Dutchman n.Flat o.Flying p.Forced perspective q.Ground row r.Hand Props s.Jack t.Lash cleat u.Light Plot v.Masking Flat w.Mise-en-scene x.Neutral Design y.Platform z.Production Design aa. Production Designer bb. Properties cc. Property (Prop) Master dd. Realistic (or Representational) Design ee. Scene Designer ff. Scrim gg. Seamless Paper hh. Set Props ii. Silhouette Lighting jj..
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    a.Asymmetrical Balance b.Background (scenes of) c.Background Movement d.Business e.Character f.Character Movement g.Cinematic h.Compositional balance i.Compositional movement j.Dramatized Emotional Relationships (scenes of) k.Ideas l.Incidental Action (scenes of) m.Language n.Main Action (scenes of) o.Major dramatic value p.Pantomimic dramatization q.Picturization r.Plot s.Spectacle/Music t.Story movement u.Symmetrical Balance v.Technical movement w.Tempo x.Transitional movement     Definitions:     13.______ Business mostly used for entrances and exits.   14.______ Compositional balance “Weight against weight” in a picture.   15.______ The rate at which a scene’s (or a program’s) rhythm.
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  a.Abstract, or Stylized Design b.Art director c.C-stand d.Cameo lighting e.Chroma Keydrop f.Chroma-Key Wall g.Corner Block h.Corner Bracing i.Depth j.Dimension k.Door or Window Flat l.Drop m.Dutchman n.Flat o.Flying p.Forced perspective q.Ground row r.Hand Props s.Jack t.Lash cleat u.Light Plot v.Masking Flat w.Mise-en-scene x.Neutral Design y.Platform z.Production Design aa. Production Designer bb. Properties cc. Property (Prop) Master dd. Realistic (or Representational) Design ee. Scene Designer ff. Scrim gg. Seamless Paper hh. Set Props ii. Silhouette Lighting jj..
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  a.Abstract, or Stylized Design b.Art director c.C-stand d.Cameo lighting e.Chroma Keydrop f.Chroma-Key Wall g.Corner Block h.Corner Bracing i.Depth j.Dimension k.Door or Window Flat l.Drop m.Dutchman n.Flat o.Flying p.Forced perspective q.Ground row r.Hand Props s.Jack t.Lash cleat u.Light Plot v.Masking Flat w.Mise-en-scene x.Neutral Design y.Platform z.Production Design aa. Production Designer bb. Properties cc. Property (Prop) Master dd. Realistic (or Representational) Design ee. Scene Designer ff. Scrim gg. Seamless Paper hh. Set Props ii. Silhouette Lighting jj..
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  11.In Michelangelo’s Florence Pietà, the normal Renaissance harmony is broken by the unstable composition and the ____________.   12.Mannerist artists sought to create ____________ and ____________ constructions to demonstrate their intellectual and technical virtuosity and the sophistication of their patrons.   13.In most printmaking media, the surface of the print form can be re-inked.
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1.In his sculpture of David, Bernini chooses to portray the instant of: a.celebratory triumph. b.deepest thought. c.greatest action. d.all of these. e.none of these.   2.Baroque painting is characterized by: a.strong lighting. b.asymmetrical compositions. c.powerful effects of movement. d.dramatic subject matter. e.all of these.   3.Caravaggio’s Christ with the Doubting Thomas is arresting because: a.the actions of the figures are convincing. b.the strong light gives sharp.
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  a.Audio Fade b.Back-timing c.Beat d.Bed Level e.Box Shot f.Bumper g.(Audio) Crossfade h.Demonstration Program i.Director’s Notes j.Dissolve k.Execution Command Shorthand l.Fadeup m.Fadeout n.Intro o.Line-reading p.Lose Key q.Mike and Cue Talent r.News Hole s.OTS t.Outro u.Product Shot v.Ready (or Stand-by) w.Roll x.Roll Silent y.Rundown Script z.Running time aa. Segment time bb. Sound Under cc. Sound Up dd. Split Screen ee. Take ff. Talking Heads gg. Teaser hh. Thank You ii. Visual jiggle jj. Wipe kk. Wrap It 36.______ This is.
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  16.As seen on the Fang ding, the most famous pattern used on early Chinese bronzes was the taotie, or ____________.   17.The Votive Palette of King Narmer was apparently created to mark the ____________ of Egypt.   18.The shallow renderings on the Votive Palette of King Narmer are suppressed into what is essentially a.
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  11.In the Hindu relief at Mahamallapuram, both form and iconography express ____________.   12.Hundreds of earthenware figures called ____________ once encircled the huge mound tombs of the Japanese yamato rulers. 13.In Europe during the tenth century, “lay” artists in cities began to gather themselves into professional organizations, like trade unions, called ____________.   14.As seen.
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  a.Audio Fade b.Back-timing c.Beat d.Bed Level e.Box Shot f.Bumper g.(Audio) Crossfade h.Demonstration Program i.Director’s Notes j.Dissolve k.Execution Command Shorthand l.Fadeup m.Fadeout n.Intro o.Line-reading p.Lose Key q.Mike and Cue Talent r.News Hole s.OTS t.Outro u.Product Shot v.Ready (or Stand-by) w.Roll x.Roll Silent y.Rundown Script z.Running time aa. Segment time bb. Sound Under cc. Sound Up dd. Split Screen ee. Take ff. Talking Heads gg. Teaser hh. Thank You ii. Visual jiggle jj. Wipe kk. Wrap It Definitions: 16.______ The ending.
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  21.The discovery of the burial pits at Pazyryk was significant because the mounds contained examples of ancient art in materials that are seldom preserved.   22.The scenes depicted on the Flying Banner found in Lady Dai’s Han Dynasty Tomb near Changsha, China represent the passage of the souls of the dead to.
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a.The A-Plot b.Act c.Antagonist d.ASCAP e.BMI f.The B-Plot g.The C-Plot h.Comparative (Commercial) Format i.Copywriter j.Demonstration (Commercial) Format k.Dramatic (Commercial) Format l.Five “Ws” and How m.Interview (Commercial) Format n.The Inverted Pyramid o.Master Scene Script p.Outcue q.Package r.Plot Outline s.Promo t.Protagonist u.PSA v.Rundown w.Scene x.Sequence y.Shooting Script z.Shot aa. Sound bites bb. Special Effects (Commercial) Format cc. Spokesperson (Commercial) Format dd. Sponsored Documentaries ee. Spot ff. Storyboard gg.Symbolism (Commercial) Format hh.Testimonial (Commercial) Format ii. Trailer jj. Treatment kk. WGA 42.______ Similar to.
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  11.As seen in the Mandala of Jnanadakini from Tibet, a mandala is the Buddhist symbol for the structure of the ____________.   12.In the February calendar page by the Limbourg Brothers, subtle details characterize the comprehensive ____________ developing in Flemish painting at the beginning of the fifteenth century.   13.In Brunelleschi’s Church of Santo.
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  16.The term used to describe how the appearance of a work of art is tied to the period during which it was created is ____________.   17.Works of art from the same historical period and culture often share similar ____________ characteristics.   18.In Bernini’s Apollo and Daphne, the ____________ is energized by the extension.
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  21.During the period covered by this chapter, the Japanese state defined itself as a political institution—named Yamato.   22.Throughout the period covered by this chapter, religious books were written by hand, usually on treated animal skins called vellum or parchment.   23.When the Ottoman Turks conquered Constantinople in 1453, they converted all Christian churches,.
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  11.Storyboarding makes the most sense when: a.the show is pretty simple and uncomplicated. b.the show is pretty simple and there are few actors and crew involved. c.the show is complicated and there are a great many actors and crew      involved. d.the show’s running time is very short in length. 12.Which of the following means that.
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  11.Related to the philosophical outlook of Aristotle, Hellenistic art places an emphasis on ____________ and ____________ naturalism.   12.Roman middle- and upper-class houses followed a regular plan dominated by a(n) ____________, or open courtyard. 13.During the Roman Republican period it was recognized that ____________ sculptors represented a long-standing tradition of excellence.   14.The Bacchic Mysteries.
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1.The term “Middle Ages” was invented during the Italian Renaissance to suggest that the period embracing these centuries was an interruption between the new golden age of the Renaissance and the age of: a.Byzantine iconoclasm. b.Romanesque renascence. c.classical Greece and Rome. d.all of these. e.none of these.   2.In the Synagogue reconstruction at Dura Europos, the decoration.
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  a.The A-Plot b.Act c.Antagonist d.ASCAP e.BMI f.The B-Plot g.The C-Plot h.Comparative (Commercial) Format i.Copywriter j.Demonstration (Commercial) Format k.Dramatic (Commercial) Format l.Five “Ws” and How m.Interview (Commercial) Format n.The Inverted Pyramid o.Master Scene Script p.Outcue q.Package r.Plot Outline s.Promo t.Protagonist u.PSA v.Rundown w.Scene x.Sequence y.Shooting Script z.Shot aa. Sound bites bb. Special Effects (Commercial) Format cc. Spokesperson (Commercial) Format dd. Sponsored Documentaries ee. Spot ff. Storyboard gg.Symbolism (Commercial) Format hh.Testimonial (Commercial) Format ii. Trailer jj. Treatment kk. WGA 52.______ The ad.
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  11.During the seventeenth century in China, the Ming Dynasty fell and was succeeded by the ____________ Dynasty, which ruled until 1912.   12.In Vel{zquez’s Water Carrier, the influence of Caravaggio is evident in the halflength, lifesize figures, as well as in the dark background and ____________.   13.The Taj Mahal in India was built.
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  14.A master scene script is a 2-column script, with video on the left and audio on the right. True         False 16.The two top priorities for TV news stories are: a.telling the story in as few words as possible b.making the written copy correspond closely to the visuals c.following the inverted pyramid d.a and b e.a.
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