titles

titles, terms used to designate degrees of sovereignty, nobility, and honor.Sections in this article:IntroductionEmperorTitles of Nobility and HonorNon-Western TitlesBibliography
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Titles

Titles are any words that appear on the screen and convey information to the audience. Titles can appear anywhere in the course of a film and include credit titles, main titles, end titles, insert titles, and subtitles. Respectively they contend with personnel, the name of the film, concluding information, credits, dialogue and settings regarding t...
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titles

Text which appears on screen at the beginning - and sometimes the end - of a television program or movie, usually with music in the background. Credits are titles which list the names and jobs of the people involved in the production.
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titles

Any words that appear on the screen to convey information to the audience, including credit titles (identifying personnel), main title (the name of the film), end titles (closing credits), insert titles (announcing scenes or identifying settings) and subtitles (translation of foreign-language dialogue). Insert titles and subtitles can also be refer...
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Titles

Titles mark the start and end of a programme. They usually contain music. They are opening titles and closing titles. Closing titles usually include the names of the people involved in the production, or credits, although news programmes often don't run credits.
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