Script Writing and Story Board Designing solved MCQs

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1. ……is a graphic representation of how your video will unfold, shot by shot.

a. storyboard

B. scriptboard

c. scriptwriting

d. both a and b

2. which shot can be taken from as much as a quarter of a mile away.

a. extreme long shot

B. long shot

c. close-up

d. extreme close-up

3. …… is a one-line description of a location and time of day of a scene.

a. scene heading

B. dialogue

c. action

d. character

4. Scene Heading is also known as……

a. headline

B. deadline

c. slugline

d. all of these

5. ……is the narrative description of the events of a scene.

a. sub header

B. character

c. heading

d. action

6. ……is the lines of speech for each character.

a. sub header

B. character

c. heading

d. dialogue

7. ……is the direction for the character that is either attitude or action.

a. parenthetical

B. extension

c. transition

d. dialogue

8. What is placed after the character’s name in parentheses?

a. direction

B. extension

c. transition

d. dialogue

9. Action is also known as…….

a. direction

B. extension

c. transition

d. dialogue

10. The shot closer to the character and shows the entire character with some space both above their head and below their feet.

a. extreme long shot

B. extreme close up

c. medium shot

d. long shot

11. The camera is positioned to a good distance away from the subject.

a. long shot

B. extreme close up

c. close up

d. extreme long shot

12. Which shot is used to show something specific like character’s eyes.

a. long shot

B. extreme close up

c. close up

d. extreme long shot

13. Which of the following is the types of shot?

a. long shot

B. extreme close up

c. close up

d. all of these

14. The camera moves in horizontal direction is called……

a. horizontal pan

B. cyclic pan

c. vertical pan

d. high angle

15. …..speaks louder than words.

a. sound

B. action

c. dialogue

d. books

16. Scene heading should always be in ……

a. caps

B. number

c. small

d. big

17. The indent for character.

a. left:2.0” right:0.0” width:4.0”

B. left:2.0” right:3.0” width:4.0”

c. left:2.0” right:2.0” width:4.0”

d. left:2.0” right:0.5” width:4.0”

18. The indent for Action.

a. left:0.0” right:0.0” width:6.0”

B. left:2.0” right:3.0” width:4.0”

c. left:2.0” right:2.0” width:6.0”

d. left:2.0” right:0.5” width:6.0”

19. The indent for Dialogue.

a. left:2.0” right:0.0” width:4.0”

B. left:1.0” right:1.5” width:3.5”

c. left:1.0” right:2.0” width:3.5”

d. left:1.0” right:0.5” width:4.0”

20. Transitions includes……

a. cut to

B. dissolve to

c. fade to

d. all of these

21. ……indicate that a large amount of time has passed.

a. cut to

B. dissolve to

c. fade to

d. all of these

22. ….. is the shot where you till the camera so that it is looking up.

a. cut to

B. up shot

c. down shot

d. all of these

23. Camera is tilted to one side or other side is called……

a. tilt

B. up shot

c. down shot

d. all of these

24. A character name is capped and always listed …..his lines of dialogue.

a. above

B. below

c. down

d. side

25. When a new scene heading is not necessary, but some distinction needs to be made in the action,you can use a……..

a. sub header

B. character

c. heading

d. dialogue

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