Non-Diegetic Sound – Everything You Need To Know

Non-diegetic sound in filmmaking is sound that does not come from one of the actors or objects on the screen. Non-diegetic sound can be nearly anything. However, it is most commonly employed to represent an offscreen character, storyteller, or aural atmosphere. In...

Fisheye Lens – Everything You Need to Know

What is fisheye lens? A fisheye lens, also called an “ultra-wide” or “super-wide” lens, is a type of wide-angle lens that captures an extremely wide photo, typically around 180°. The images they create are highly distorted, giving them a...

Best Movies Directed by Women – Everything You Need to Know

Women Directors are not only important to ensure the representation of women in movies. It is to also to reaffirm the fact that women are amazing storytellers as well. Over the years, women auteurs have not only helmed great “women-centric” films, but have also aced...

Alliteration – Everything You Need To Know

What Is Alliteration?Alliteration is a popular writing technique or literary device that you can add to your text to leave an impact on your readers.  What Does Alliteration Mean? When a sentence has two or more words successively  beginning with the same...

Composite Video – Everything You Need To Know

Composite video is a single-channel analog video transmission format that carries standard-definition video at 480i or 576i resolution. Unlike the higher-quality S-Video (two channels) and even higher-quality component video (three or more channels), video information...

First Color Movie – Everything You Need to Know

Did you know that A Visit to the Seaside (1908) was the first commercially produced film in natural color? This eight-minute British short film used the Kinemacolor process to capture Brighton Southern England seafront shots. Also, we have La Vie et la passion de...