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CEFR C1 Vocabulary - Lesson 4

Here you will learn some English words about movies, such as "moviegoer", "lead", "climax", etc. prepared for C1 learners.

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actor-manager
[noun]
someone who manages a theater company and also acts in their plays
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art director
[noun]
someone who is in charge of the artistic features, such as props and costumes of a movie or play
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dresser
[noun]
someone whose job is to help an actor get dressed for a play or is in charge of their costumes
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lead
[noun]
an actor who plays the main role in a play or movie
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moviegoer
[noun]
someone who, on a regular basis, goes to the cinema
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Bollywood
[noun]
the film industry of India, based in the city of Mumbai
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Broadway
[noun]
a well-known street in New York City where many theaters are located, which is considered the center of theater industry in the US
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adaptation
[noun]
a movie, TV program, etc. that is based on a book or play
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backdrop
[noun]
a piece of painted cloth that is hung at the back of a theater stage as part of the scenery
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camerawork
[noun]
the style in which a movie is shot
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casting
[noun]
the process of assigning roles and parts to actors or performers in a movie, play, etc.
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screenplay
[noun]
the script and written instructions used in producing a motion picture
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climax
[noun]
the most significant moment in a story, play, movie, etc. with a high dramatic suspense
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closeup
[noun]
a detailed and tightly framed photograph or film shot of a subject at close range
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to cut
[verb]
to stop filming or recording
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to dramatize
[verb]
to turn a book, story, or an event into a movie or play
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to dub
[verb]
to change the original language of a movie or TV show into another language
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to narrate
[verb]
to explain the events taking place in a movie, documentary, etc. as part of the program itself
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to portray
[verb]
to play the role of a character in a movie, play, etc.
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epic
[noun]
a long movie full of adventure that could be about a historical event
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feature film
[noun]
a full-length movie that has a story
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frame
[noun]
one of a series of photographs forming a movie or video
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floodlight
[noun]
a large lamp that produces a powerful beam of light used for lighting areas such as sports grounds or the outside of buildings
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projector
[noun]
a device used for making images or videos appear on a screen, wall, or other flat surfaces
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reel
[noun]
a circular item around which film is wound
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interpretation
[noun]
a representation that an actor or a performer gives of an artistic or musical piece that shows their understanding and feeling toward it
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premiere
[noun]
the first public screening or performance of a movie or play
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score
[noun]
the music composed for a movie
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spotlight
[noun]
a lamp that produces a very strong beam of light that can be cast on someone or something, particularly a person on stage
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backstage
[noun]
the part of a theater that is out of the audience's sight where performers can change their clothes
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legendary
[adjective]
very well-known and admired
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theatrical
[adjective]
related or belonging to the theater or acting
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break a leg
[sentence]
used to wish a person good luck, particularly before their performance
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foyer
[noun]
a large space at the entrance of a hotel or theater where people can wait or meet
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