a film characterized primarily by content and technique that reflect an artistic sensibility, by psychological or social realism, etc.
photographic film, wound on a spool, usually 8, 16, or 35 millimetres wide, up to several hundred metres long, and having one or two lines of sprocket holes along its length enabling it to be used in a cine camera
a film that a certain group of people admire very much
a film in the shape of a disc made for a disc camera
a connoisseur of or expert on cinema and films
a short extract from a film
a group of people who are involved in the practical and technical business of shooting a film
a person who is very fond of watching cinema films
Film noir refers to a type of film or a style of film-making which shows the world as a dangerous or depressing place where many people suffer, especially because of the greed or cruelty of others.
a box containing several sheets of film for use in a plate camera
A role is one of the characters that an actor or singer can play in a film, play, or opera .
the scenery and props as arranged for shooting a film
A film star is a famous actor or actress who appears in films.
a filmed audition of a prospective actor or actress to test suitability
a film showing main events in the news
a length of photographic film backed with opaque paper and rolled on a spool
a short film that serves as an example of a longer work
(of an electronic component, device, or circuit ) composed of one or more extremely thin layers of metal, semiconductor, etc, deposited on a ceramic or glass substrate
a film with a fast-moving plot, usually containing scenes of violence
a film for use in cameras that produces coloured pictures
a strip of photographic film in a holder that is used to measure the amount of radiation to which the wearer has been exposed
a camera for taking moving pictures for a cinema film
a misty appearance produced when no lines or edges are present in the visual field
a person who reviews films, e. g . for a newspaper
A film-maker is someone involved in making films, in particular a director or producer .
the activity or business of producing and directing films
a rating imposed by the British Board of Film Censors that indicates the minimum age of people allowed to view the film
the rights purchased from the author of a work that enable a film maker to make a film of it
a script containing dialogue and directions for a film; a screenplay
the sensitivity to light of a photographic film, specified in terms of the film's ISO rating
a place where films are made
a film with a frightening storyline and atmosphere
photographic film, wound on a spool, usually 8, 16, or 35 millimetres wide, up to several hundred metres long, and having one or two lines of sprocket holes along its length enabling it to be used in a movie camera
a film of short duration serving as a guide to a projected series
photographic film consisting of a nonflammable cellulose acetate or polyester base
a film on which sound has been or is to be recorded, as for the soundtrack of a motion picture
a filmed documentary showing travel in a certain country or region
a plastic film used for wrapping or covering food
a full-length film, the main item in a programme
Film-coating is a process in which a tablet, capsule, or pellet is covered by a thin layer of film to protect it or make it easier to swallow .
a company dedicated to the making of motion pictures
a festival devoted to film
all the companies, studios, people etc involved in making commercial films collectively
a collection of films as archives or for loan or hire
A location is the place where something happens or is situated .
the first performance of a particular film in a cinema
a short piece of film or extract from a film, depicting a specific action or event
a thin polythene material used to wrap food that is to be frozen
film stock using a base of cellulose nitrate : extremely flammable and tending to erode at a relatively early age
photographic film that can be processed to produce a positive transparent image for direct projection, rather than a negative for printing