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
Pack has appeared on Bannon’s radio show and wrote an op-ed in March praising Bannon as a pioneer in conservative documentary filmmaking.
The organization recognizes excellence in scholastic broadcast journalism, creative video and filmmaking.
The script-writing and -editing scenes in The Last Tycoon, one of the handful of really good Hollywood novels, vividly describe the techniques and mechanics of filmmaking and show its power as a narrative medium.
Severson had set aside filmmaking and had fewer free moments to surf.
After retiring from acting, Martin co–founded and served as creative director of the Big Picture Alliance, a nonprofit group that introduces inner-city kids to the art of filmmaking, and worked as a professional painter and photographer.
The runner-ups will have the opportunity to assist various teams to further elevate their knowledge on filmmaking.
Dialogue is scarce, but every detail of Miller's world is a magna carta of what truly adventurous filmmaking looks like.
Institute Benjamenta provides a one-of-a-kind education in the science of creative filmmaking.
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