Film in a sentence as a noun

It was jittery, and that's a slow film.

There was the smokey grey/green from the Matrix films.

Who loses out when fans provide subtitles for films?

Ideally you'd be releasing 50 - 75 films a year.

Those businesses most likely control the top 10 film franchises of the last few years.

Over the first two years of your studio's existence, you'll have released 100 - 150 films.

"This sounds like a line out of some futuristic dystopian film

There was an infrastructure of couriers and darkrooms to get images from film to press in time.

My partner's native tongue is Spanish and so we often want to watch films with Spanish subtitles.

Those are targeted toward film editors and as monitors for shoot work.

Teller could have been an average film editor, or he could take ideas from film and bring them to magic.

To every generation there is a film technique which defines it.

Build a production schedule geared around low budget genre films, produced in 12 days and costing an average of $35,000 a piece.

One of the really quick ways you can tell a low-budget film from a major studio film, other than the logo, is by the sound.

It would be very easy for me to get a few friends together and make a 90 minutes improvised movie filmed on my phone.

For a few years I worked as programming director for a local film festival, selecting and scheduling all the films.

Film in a sentence as a verb

I can't tell you the number of times I've paid for a film in iTunes only to discover that there are no subtitles available in _any_ language.

There's subler but the timing usually doesn't match which means I'm forced to go to the pirate bay to download a film that we can watch that I've already paid for.

But one will probably not also be the greatest music composer, and the greatest film-maker, and software developer, and so on.

I landed my first off-broadway gig a couple months later, then a film, then I co-founded a theatre company that turned a profit on our first off-off-broadway show.

It uses gears on the inside to pull a regularroll of film through and expose it through a narrow vertical slit as you rotate the whole camera on its center axis.

We can marvel at the output of an artist, or a writer, or a composer, or a film maker and yet fail to focus on the years of toil that often preceded that work.

The fans are filling a gap here which, speaking personally, I'm extremely grateful for and incredulous that film companies don't provide themselves.

> The filmmaker said that when he begins shooting the "Avatar" sequel in about 18 months, he will be shooting at a higher frame rate, though he has yet to decide if that will be 48 fps or 60 fps.

What kinds of films your audience is interested in, what kinds of actors, plots and situations they enjoy, and how you can produce films with those elements in the cheapest, quickest way possible.

And that he referenced the 'inside joke' with no prompting?Also, I think folks are missing what seems to me to be the key takeaway: "And if I'm good, it's because I should be a film editor.

You'll be able to gather detailed audience feedback on each film, and at the end of that two years, with a mountain of data behind you, you'll start to have a very strong idea of what sells and what doesn't.

No one should ever feel that failure on any particular project will result in a ruined career - the omnipresence of that fear is what has given rise to timid film-making in the mainstream.

If you look at the structure of the film you can see Nolan using the opening and closing heist sequences as allegorical bookends to demonstrate Cobb's character development.

It's almost like the executives at the studios and distributors who own the rights to these films don't realize that, if I can't easily, quickly and conveniently buy access to their film legally, I will just bittorrent the damn thing.

A leading case involved a video-store owner who owned one copy of each film he had in stock and who set up private viewing rooms in his establishment in which he allowed a patron to view a film privately that the patron had rented from the store.

Film definitions


a form of entertainment that enacts a story by sound and a sequence of images giving the illusion of continuous movement; "they went to a movie every Saturday night"; "the film was shot on location"


a medium that disseminates moving pictures; "theater pieces transferred to celluloid"; "this story would be good cinema"; "film coverage of sporting events"

See also: cinema celluloid


photographic material consisting of a base of celluloid covered with a photographic emulsion; used to make negatives or transparencies


a thin coating or layer; "the table was covered with a film of dust"


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


make a film or photograph of something; "take a scene"; "shoot a movie"

See also: shoot take


record in film; "The coronation was filmed"