Know your Film Lingo!

Welcome to a brand new post that will finally share what our name states Film Lingo. Starting today we will present some film lingo and share some example of how it is used by the industry and filmmakers alike. Lets get started !

Our inaugural word is one that is used used quit often and is still one of the most important to know and understand: Mise-en-scene

Mise-en-scene definition:
Arrangement of scenery and properties to represent the place where a play or movie is enacted.

Reading about it is one thing, but lets take a look at it in action from Wall-E:

So now that you know, go out and use your new Film Lingo! Comment Below

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