dramatization

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Synonyms for dramatization

conversion into dramatic form

a dramatic representation

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6) a dramatization of an actual or fictitious event unless the dramatization contains the following prominently displayed notice: "DRAMATIZATION.
In the video dramatization, two visibly upset women approach two Olympic Trials volunteers and report that someone in a passing car just shouted an ugly racial slur at them.
But shortly before Easter someone sent Father John Pawlikowski (a member of the group) a copy of Gibson's screenplay, and when the scholars reviewed the text they discovered a number of historical and theological errors and concluded that the script violated official Catholic teachings about dramatizations of the Passion and worried that a film based on this version of the script would promote anti-Semitic sentiments.
But the dramatization is now rendered in the new improvisational sync-sound direct style using real social actors in real social space.
Timberwolf Press, the leader in producing full-cast dramatizations of literary titles, has teamed up with Mazingo Network to bring the worldwide mobile audience more than 120 "channels" of audio episodes.
While her earlier films pivoted on social issues like the politics of desire in a sex-segregated state, this trio of works leaned toward heavy-handed dramatizations of hackneyed "universal" themes: life, death, insanity.
Literary recognition came for her with Longitude, a publishing success that started a trend of historical dramatizations about individuals who changed the world, specifically with technological ideas and inventions.
While some of the dances stressed literal dramatizations, others took a more abstract path.
Paley's is a subtle, yet clear, voice about children's passionate responses to story dramatizations.
Effective use is made of dramatizations at various age levels.
Cable networks want to do programs that break out of the traditional formula," she adds, referring to such dramatizations as The Josephine Baker Story.
Each audiobook is performed in a unique reading style, with exciting voice narrations and dramatizations that entice the listener and make for a fun and satisfying alternative to printed books.
Unlike the Shakespeare play and other dramatizations of Julius Caesar, the TNT two-part miniseries ``Caesar,'' which starts toni alist whose underlying reason for getting into politics was a desire to serve the people of Rome and strengthen the empire.
Instead of the studied simplicity of Dark Days, Bauer uses every resource of film -- dramatizations, archive scenes, interviews, stills and quotations.
With a greater attention to performative dimensions come Michael Hattaway's essay on theatricality and absolutism, Darryll Grantley's critique of Marlowe's "autodeconstructive" dramatizations of power, and Alexander Shurbanov's consideration of Marlovian ironic discrepancies.