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Synonyms for film

cinema

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adapt for the screen

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  • 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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The "history" of the roadshow promised in the book's title tends to be presented in snippets interspersed throughout the filmography.
Discovering consistencies throughout De Sica's career, Cannistaro argues against the conventional and artificial bracketing off of the filmography from the overt impegno of The Children Are Watching Us (1943) to Umberto D.
As it stands, the Filmography is only indexed by film title, producing company, and actor and director.
Clark, a film historian, and Senn, a psychometrist, offer a filmography of every horror film released in the US during the 1960s, a period of transition and expansion for the genre.
Nevertheless, the filmography generally fails to place the films within any historical and cultural perspective.
In addition to her ever--expanding, aver--impressive filmography as an actress, Polley is venturing outside the framelines to be a writer/director.
Designed as an enduring keepsake for cinema buffs, film students, and movie critics (both professional and amateur), each title in The Movie Script Library features a film's original screenplay; a detailed introduction to the film; exclusive, full-color still photos from that film, plus credits and filmography.
Pischiutta's filmography is international in scope, reflecting productions in North America, Europe and currently in West Africa, where he is directing the Company's newest film, Punctured Hope, a dramatic expose of the enslavement of young girls and women in West Africa.
The book includes a filmography of brief entries on each film, with notes on producers, screenplay, cast, rating, and running time.
Enhanced with the inclusion of a Select Filmography and a Select Bibliography, "A New History Of Japanese Cinema" is a seminal work of remarkable scholarship and should be a part of every academic library and film school International Cinema Studies reference collection.
Lentz, like many of the McFarland filmography writers, squirreled himself inside cinema libraries--accoutered with white gloves and a pencil in hand--and viewed these Korean War screenplays and finally, produced a well-organized study with invaluable spin-offs.
Which makes Nolte quite a character, considering that his filmography runs a gamut from ``The Deep'' to ``48 HRS.
Throughout his distinguished filmography, Low has struggled with the technological means and meaning of looking at the world and taking pictures of it.
His critically acclaimed filmography also includes "Being Mick," "Humphrey Jennings," A BRIEF HISTORY OF ERROL MORRIS, DONALD CAMMELL: THE ULTIMATE PERFORMANCE, THE MOVING WORLD OF GEORGE RICKEY and CHAPLIN'S GOLIATH.
The Fox Film Corporation, 1915-1935; a history and filmography.