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Synonyms for moviemaking

the production of movies

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urnish has now spoken out about the rivalry between his partner and the pop superstar, questioning her win at the Globes and urging her to quit moviemaking.
Salamon Castiel, director of the festival said "it is the first time that a country has been chosen as a guest of honour in the Mostra de Valence," adding that the selected movies were chosen to give the public a global idea on the different facets of the Moroccan moviemaking.
The thinking goes that a country facing constant security threats hardly has time and cash for moviemaking.
I want to put the Midlands at the apex of a moviemaking mountain where anything Cannes can do, we can do better.
A few projects are starting to emerge that use the web and digital technologies to create a new way of moviemaking entirely - what you might call "mob moviemaking".
Just as much as he's driven to only act, I'm driven to do both, because I have so much passion for moviemaking and for sports entertainment,'' says Cena.
As an aside to the moviemaking, he also found time to co-found Chinawhite, an exclusive London club, and more recently the Aura Restaurant and Bar concept.
Grasping the depth of the moviemaking commitment, the dogs cooperated.
The network is also looking to get back into the moviemaking business, Lee says.
Laure acknowledges that her earthy approach to moviemaking, and life, was influenced by her onetime director and lover, Gilles Carle.
The collaborative effort of Hong Kong Film Archive programmer Law Kar and film and modern history scholar Frank Bren, Hong Kong Cinema: A Cross-cultural View, traces the history of Hong Kong's film arts from the "Western shadow plays" of the late 1890s, to the boom of the 1930s, to Hong Kong's title of the "Hollywood of China" that has eclipsed the moviemaking prominence of Shanghai since the 1940s, a preeminence that continues to this day.
Apple has upgraded its four multimedia tools--iTunes for music management, iPhoto for digital photography moviemaking, and iDVD for burning DVDs--into a single package known as iLife.
Classroom moviemaking is possible and practical because of major hardware and software innovations, like Firewire and iMovie--both inventions of Apple Computer.
It will deliver cost-efficient moviemaking to the New York metropolitan area.