'Moving camera' technique - (radio drama) 'we go with' - (film) 'mise-en-scène' shot

TRACKING 'SHOT' TECHNIQUE - like the lengthy 'mise en scène' camera shot

See Moving sound centre

 

See Filmic - styles of radio drama directing and post-production which creatively relate to film

CONTINUING THROUGH THE SITE:    

Production issues in detail

    

  

  

 atmos and soundscapes

  double frame - triple frame

  clustering 

 underscoring music - fighting the dialogue
 

  Music

   montage

 'Will you turn that music down!'

18-second rule 
  drop-ins   sound pictures

 memorability 
 number the scenes carefully with a system  voice in the mind = interiorizing

 time-space rule or jump cut

 

 

 

 

 

 

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