How Many Film Industry Terms Do You Know? | QuizPug

How Many Film Industry Terms Do You Know?

You might think you know the film industry well, but can you define the film terms that only those in the business know? It's time to find out! Embark on this fantastic film term quiz and put your knowledge to the test!
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What exactly is a "Jack Lord?"
A handsome man
A 50mm lense
Someone who fetches coffee

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What's a "child wrangler?"
A talent scout
A leash for children
A person on set in charge of kids

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What is "the gate?"
A lid for lighting equipment
A hole in the camera where the film passes through
A set of standards for decency

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What is a "martini shot?"
A drunk director
The last shot the crew has to set up for the day
A shot done completely under the influence

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What is a "foley artist?"
A stunt actor
A sound effects professional
A set builder

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What is "craft services?"
The people in charge of food
The people in charge of building sets
The people in charge of makeup

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What is a "gaffer?"
Someone who edits scenes for continuity
The head electrician
Someone who holds a boom mic

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What is a "Vorkapich?"
An opening sequence
The end credits
A montage sequence

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What is a "honeywagon?"
A toilet
An actor trailer
A great shot

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What is a "python wrangler?"
A person who sorts cables
A person who calms down actors
A person who schedules shots

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What is an "apple box?"
An assistant director
A small wooden box used to raise equipment or actors
A leading child actor

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What is a "Dutch angle?"
A shot that is titled off of its angle
A shot with no actors
A scene shot at dusk

C+, Film Term Tepid

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Though you might love film and the movies, you're not quite an expert on the terms used by movie professionals just yet! Don't sweat it, these terms are often only well known by those in the business. Anyone outside of Hollywood is typically left scratching their heads in wonder! What matters is that you gave this quiz your all and maybe even learned something new!

B+, Film Term Tremendous

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are truly film term tremendous! Though most outside of Hollywood would struggle to decipher these terms, you proved you have an amazingly well rounded knowledge of film and cinema. You're so in the know, we think you could have a job in the industry!

A+, Film Term Terrific

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Based on the results of this quiz, you know the terms and slang terms used in the industry as well as any director or on crew member in Hollywood! It's obvious that you take great pride in knowing the ins and outs of film production and cinema at large. You couldn't be more impressive if you tried!
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1
What exactly is a "Jack Lord?"
A handsome man
A 50mm lense
Someone who fetches coffee
2
What's a "child wrangler?"
A talent scout
A leash for children
A person on set in charge of kids
3
What is "the gate?"
A lid for lighting equipment
A hole in the camera where the film passes through
A set of standards for decency
4
What is a "martini shot?"
A drunk director
The last shot the crew has to set up for the day
A shot done completely under the influence
5
What is a "foley artist?"
A stunt actor
A sound effects professional
A set builder
6
What is "craft services?"
The people in charge of food
The people in charge of building sets
The people in charge of makeup
7
What is a "gaffer?"
Someone who edits scenes for continuity
The head electrician
Someone who holds a boom mic
8
What is a "Vorkapich?"
An opening sequence
The end credits
A montage sequence
9
What is a "honeywagon?"
A toilet
An actor trailer
A great shot
10
What is a "python wrangler?"
A person who sorts cables
A person who calms down actors
A person who schedules shots
11
What is an "apple box?"
An assistant director
A small wooden box used to raise equipment or actors
A leading child actor
12
What is a "Dutch angle?"
A shot that is titled off of its angle
A shot with no actors
A scene shot at dusk

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