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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to film:   (623 results)

caption, credit, episode, scene, sequence, shot, subtitle

Often used in the same context:
movie, filmmaker, filmmaking, cinema, screenplay, helmer, documentary, celluloid, cinemascope, biopic, auteur, moviemaker, krzysztof kieslowski, filmography, script, cinematographer, zinnemann, directorial, flick, trilogy, telefilm, screenwriter, sequel, cecil b. demille, flim, cinematography, helmers, chromophobia, talkie, werner herzog, fred zinnemann, cineaste, kieslowski, william wyler, the brothers grimm, remake, documentarian, silents, filmgoers, songless, kubrick, scenarist, martin scorsese, actor, screenwriting, josef von sternberg, bernardo bertolucci, andrzej wajda, andrei tarkovsky, scriptwriter, pic, lubitsch, certified copy, actioner, paying guest, cowriter, storywriter, film noir, theaters, truffaut, romcom, fassbinder, chayefsky, featurette, de sica, docudrama, peckinpah, nouvelle vague, beowulf, telegu, ron howard, tarkovsky, cinematograph, moviegoers, mission impossible, capote, stageplay, darryl zanuck, reshooting, stanley kubrick, saraband, thriller, verite, prequel, comedies, oliver stone, love story, animation, film festival, luis bunuel, hard candy, weepie, shaitan, postproduction, bertolucci, productions, jane campion, ang lee, vitagraph, woody allen, sergei eisenstein, yucatec, films, cartoon, commercial, novel, serial, video, opera, album, paper, anthology, aeroplane, broadcast, book, movies, musical, operas, play, plays, cinematographic, art, music, image, advanced, defunct, ical, literary, meticulous, modem, modern, textual, varnish, actual, audiovisual, careful, classic, classical, contemporaneous

More specific:
3-d, 3d, cast, cine-film, cinematize, cinema verite, coming attraction, docudrama, documentary, documentary film, episode, feature, feature film, film clip, footage, home movie, infotainment, microfilm, motion-picture film, movie film, negative, oil slick, orthochromatic film, panchromatic film, peepshow, polaroid, positive, reel, reshoot, retake, roll, roll film, scum, sequence, shoot-'em-up, short subject, silent movie, silver screen, slow motion, talkie, talking picture, three-d, x-ray film

Appears in the definition of:
., adsorbed, adsorption, alfred hitchcock, alfred joseph hitchcock, al jolson, amusing, animated cartoon, anna amalia mercouri, anthony hopkins, aquaplane, asa yoelson, attack, backed, bacterial plaque, baddie, bankable, based, bela ferenc blasko, bela lugosi, bergman, best, bette davis, bing crosby, bitewing, black-and-white, bobbin, bogart, bollywood, boom, bored, boris karloff, bunuel, burns, burton, cagney, camera, cannes, capra, cartoon, cartridge, cecil b. demille, cecil blount demille, celebrate, celluloid, cellulose triacetate, chaplin, character, charles laughton, charlie chaplin, cine-film, cinematise, cinematize, cinematography, cine projector, clark gable, clingfilm, cling film, co-star, coated, cocteau, color, colorize, come out, commissary, continuity, cooper, costume, crawford, credit, credits, crosby, cut, cut-in, cutting, cut back, d. w. griffith, darryl francis zanuck, darryl zanuck, david lewelyn wark griffith, david o. selznick, david oliver selznick, davis, dean, deconstruction, deconstructionism, demille, dental plaque, depardieu, develop, developer, de niro, de sica, dietrich, din land, disney, dissolve, docudrama, documentary, documentary film, donald duck, douglas elton fairbanks, douglas fairbanks, dubbing, duke wayne, dustin hoffman, eastman, edit, educational, edward g. robinson, edward goldenberg robinson, edwin herbert land, eisenstein, elizabeth taylor, emulsion, episode, erich von stroheim, expose, exposure, fairbanks, fast, feature, feature film, fictional character, fictitious character, fields, film-make, filmed, filming, film advance, film clip, film director, film editing, film projector, fine, foil, fonda, footage, forcefully, ford, frame, francis albert sinatra, frank capra, frank cooper, frank sinatra, gable, garbo, garland, gary cooper, george burns, george c. scott, george eastman, gerard depardieu, ginger rogers, gish, gladys smith, glenda jackson, godard, goldwyn, grace kelly, grace patricia kelly, greta garbo, greta louisa gustafsson, griffith, grip, hanks, harlean carpenter, harlow, harry lillis crosby, henry fonda, henry kenneth alfred russell, hepburn, hitchcock, hoffman, hollywood, home movie, hopkins, horse opera, howard hughes, howard robard hughes, hughes, humphrey bogart, humphrey deforest bogart, huston, icy, impeccably, infotainment, ingmar bergman, ingrid bergman, insert, intensification, jackson, jack lemmon, james byron dean, james cagney, james dean, james maitland stewart, james mason, james neville mason, jane fonda, jean cocteau, jean harlow, jean luc godard, jimmy cagney, jimmy stewart, joan crawford, john ford, john huston, john uhler, john wayne, joint venture, jolson, josef von sternberg, judy garland, julius ullman, jump, karloff, katharine hepburn, katharine houghton hepburn, kelly, ken russell, kinetoscope, land, laughton, leigh, lemmon, light-sensitive, lighting, lillian gish, loren, loretta young, louis b. mayer, louis burt mayer, lugosi, luis bunuel, mae west, magazine, magnetic bubble memory, mammogram, maria magdalene von losch, marilyn monroe, marlene dietrich, mary pickford, mason, mayer, melina mercouri, mercouri, meryl streep, mickey mouse, microfilm, microphone boom, mitchum, monroe, motion-picture film, motion-picture photography, movie actor, movie film, movie projector, musical, musical comedy, musical theater, myelogram, mylar, narrate, natalie wood, nathan birnbaum, negative, newman, newsreel, new waver, norma jean baker, oil slick, orthochromatic film, outtake, overexpose, overexposure, pack, panchromatic film, pathos, paul newman, peepshow, photograph, photographic camera, photographic emulsion, pickford, plater, plot line, poitier, polaroid, positive, princess grace of monaco, print, producer, projection, pursued, rebroadcast, record, recorded, reel, release, remake, rerun, respectably, restrainer, richard burton, robert de niro, robert mitchum, robinson, roentgenogram, rogers, roll, roll film, run, russell, samuel goldwyn, sam goldwyn, saran wrap, scene, scott, screen, screenplay, screen actor, scripted, scum, selznick, sensitize, sensitometer, sequence, sergei eisenstein, sergei mikhailovich eisenstein, set, shocker, shoot, short subject, shot, sidney poitier, silver screen, sinatra, sir alfred hitchcock, sir anthony hopkins, sir anthony philip hopkins, sir charles spencer chaplin, slick, slow motion, snap, soap bubble, soap film, sofia scicolone, solarize, solemn, sophia loren, soundtrack, sound film, spaghetti western, special effect, spencer tracy, splice, splicer, splicing, spool, sprocket, starlet, stewart, storyline, streep, stroheim, surface assimilation, synchronize, synthetic, take, taylor, thomas j. hanks, time exposure, tom hanks, tracy, travelog, travelogue, triacetate, two-dimensional, underdevelop, underdevelopment, underexpose, underexposure, unfilmed, unreeling, untaped, villain, virginia mcmath, vittorio de sica, vivien leigh, voice over, von sternberg, w. c. fields, walter elias disney, walt disney, wayne, well, west, western, william clark gable, william claude dukenfield, william henry pratt, wood, word-of-mouth, written, x-ray film, x-ray photograph, x-ray picture, x ray, young, zanuck

More general:
enter, flat solid, medium, object, photographic material, photographic paper, physical object, put down, record, sheet, show

celluloid, cinema, flick, motion picture, movie, moving picture, photographic film, picture, picture show, plastic film, shoot, take

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— Nouns for film: editor, processing, production, industry, theory, position, comment, director, clip, deposition, formation, more...

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See film used in context: 3 Shakespeare works, 411 definitions

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