There is no narration on this clip.
…recorded separately from photography is narration or commentary.
Then A-list actors, from Michael Cera to Winona Ryder, act out the narration.
So begins the spoken narration of Bernstein’s Symphony No. 3 (“Kaddish”), completed in 1963.
Show the clip again and invite each group to read out the narration.
Austen’s style of narration allows the reader to share in Emma’s delusions:
The best way to tell a story in AAR is to combine the narration with well-designed ambient cues.
It prevents the narration from feeling linear and singular but instead makes it alive and different.
Terrence Malick’s first three films (Badlands, Days of Heaven, The Thin Red Line) revolutionised movie narration.
His account of each important city begins with a sketch of its history; his descriptive narration follows a topographical order.
And Affirmation, Interrogation, Commandement, Narration, Syllogisme, Sermon, Oration, and many other such, are names of Speeches.
Simon’s style is a mixture of narration and stream of consciousness, lacking all punctuation and heavy with 1,000-word sentences.
The version that you're presenting shouldn't be able to be understood without narration, meaning it should have as little text as possible.
According to the show’s famous opening narration, “in the criminal justice system, sexually based offenses are considered especially heinous.”
Her audiobook narration sounds like a quirky, successful girlfriend offering unsolicited, occasionally useful, always funny life and career advice.
However, loud background sounds, sound effects or music can make it very difficult for someone with hearing loss to understand narration or dialogue.
Therefore, her narration is not straightforward or chronological , as she tends to jump from recalling one incident to another in a very non-linear way.
The characteristically concise present-tense narration creates a kind of crystalline opacity; “The Death of Jesus” is a novel with many doors, but no key.
As new and more complex styles of film narration become popular, it is likely that the subject of film narration will continue to receive attention from philosophers and aestheticians.
With meditative — even hypnotic — narration by Sir David Attenborough, and jaw-dropping cinematography, the nature documentaries take viewers on a tour of earth's plants and animals by environment — think mountains, jungles, caves, deserts, grasslands, oceans — and in the sequel, cities.
- a message that tells the particulars of an act or occurrence or course of events; presented in writing or drama or cinema or as a radio or television program
- the act of giving an account describing incidents or a course of events
Example: his narration was hesitant
- (rhetoric) the second section of an oration in which the facts are set forth
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