Definition of filmmaking
: the making of motion pictures
Examples of filmmaking in a Sentence
plans to attend New York University to learn filmmaking
Recent Examples of filmmaking from the Web
Will David Lynch give us more extended scenes of sweeping at the road house, or another hour of experimental filmmaking involving the first atomic bomb detonation in 1945 New Mexico?
Whether your goal is to document a trip to share with family and friends, to make a film festival short, or a feature-length documentary, one-man adventure filmmaking has never been easier.
Watching the productions inspired Ratner to pursue a career in filmmaking.
The filmmaking doesn’t smooth those rough edges, either, and feels awkward and stilted.
The show launched his career alongside frequent collaborators Simon Pegg and Nick Frost and gave him a perfect playground to practice his hyper-active but hyper-controlled filmmaking style.
Joon-ho handles the tonal shifts well and brings his typical filmmaking finesse.
Twenty-first century comedic filmmaking has been defined, for the most part, by two major sources.
Here, Bonfiglio talks with National Geographic about filmmaking, climate change, and how fighting about politics runs in the American family.
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