Classical Hollywood Cinema

Technology / Television (TV) / Classical Hollywood Cinema: A conventional style of filmmaking with a particular model of narrative structure, editing technique, mise-en-scene, dialogue, music, etc. Narrative is presented in a clear cause-and-effect chain, with definite closure.

Other Words for Classical

Classical Adjective Synonyms: standard, model, exemplary, traditional, established, influential, authoritative, serious, weighty
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Classical Haiku

Entertainment / Literature / Classical Haiku: Another term for the hokku, the predecessor of the modern haiku. See hokku and haiku. MORE

Classical Hollywood Cinema

Technology / Television (TV) / Classical Hollywood Cinema: A conventional style of filmmaking with a particular model of narrative structure, editing technique, mise-en-scene, dialogue, music, etc. Narrative is presented in a clear cause-and-effect chain, wit MORE

Classical Period

Technology / Television (TV) / Classical Period: In the history of theatrical cinema, the 1920s-50s when the Hollywood studio system of film production held total power and evolved the classical style of filmmaking. In a genre's evolutionary pattern MORE

Neoclassical

Entertainment / Music / Neoclassical: Movement in music where the characteristics are crisp and direct. MORE

Classical Conditioning

Science / Psychiatry / Classical Conditioning: Elicitation of a response by a stimulus that normally does not elicit that response. The response is one that is mediated primarily by the autonomic nervous system (such as salivation or a change in h MORE

Classical

Entertainment / Literature / Classical: The term in Western culture is usually used in reference to the art, architecture, drama, philosophy, literature, and history surrounding the Greeks and Romans between 1000 BCE and 410 BCE. Works crea MORE

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