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Synonyms for film

cinema

Synonyms

adapt for the screen

Synonyms

  • adapt for the screen
  • make into a film

Synonyms for film

a thin coating or layer

a thin sheet of (usually plastic and usually transparent) material used to wrap or cover things

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Part of a "speed filmmaking" phenomenon, teams were given a week to write a short script based on a randomly assigned Scripture verse, and another week to film and edit a five- to 10-minute movie.
Many of the films have won awards at other film festivals.
Global film companies with production both in the U.
German-based Nordenia has two film and converting plants in China and Malaysia.
It is common for studios to see a film experience a loss in the initial domestic theatrical release.
Debord uses his twenty minutes to demystify the print-media reception of his film The Society of the Spectacle.
This article presents our findings and, on their basis, suggests a module on how to introduce a film successfully into a traditional history class.
In the past, the Catholic Church-controlled Le Bureau de Censure had dominated Quebec's film industry, rejecting more than 7,000 films since 1913, but under new Liberal director Andre Guerin, Link and Dunning saw that Le Bureau, too, was about to undergo a transformation.
All these issues have been integral to re-shaping Arab cultural discourse in literature, poetry, visual arts, music, theater and film over the last fifteen years.
If a window film looks tinted and not clear it is not optimally selective in visible light transmission.
Consequently, some film criticism has focused specifically on the question of black masculinity and how this identity has been reflected on screen, mainly in the so-called "hood" films of the 1990s, such as Boyz N the Hood, New Jack City, Juice, and Menace II Society.
And imagine this: you are showing a film about the faltering and flowering faith lives of a handful of New Yorkers--an African American Muslim, an atheist Jew, a gay Christian, a born-again Buddhist--at a rural college to an audience of one thousand white Lutheran teenagers from church youth groups across the state of Minnesota.
For Williams, seeing Werner Herzog's historical film Aguirre: The Wrath of God (1973) at the age of 14 was a turning point in his life.
This was the last wave of the 19th-century medicine shows--part biology lesson, part sideshow, part morality play, part medical "shock footage"--and to this day many old-tuners regard it as the purest and most successful exploitation film in history.
In 1896, Putin sandwiched a film against a fluorescent intensifying screen and x-rayed a hand.