Definition of filmography
: a list of motion pictures featuring the work of a prominent film figure or relating to a particular topic
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Howard has a solid filmography, but he's directed his fair share of stinkers.
Parks was hardly a household name, but cinephiles and TV buffs have undoubtedly seen something that Parks appeared in, as his filmography includes dozens of movies and TV shows.
As is true with that of all the greats, his filmography constitutes a form of poetics.
Ms. Akerman’s filmography, which sent her across the globe, from the Baltics to Mexico, has turned her into one of cinema’s nomads, as have the festivals (Berlin, Cannes, New York) in which her work has been presented.
Gaynor hopes that the evidence presented in Under Black Carpets will turn Hollywood heist filmography on its head by showcasing how beautifully designed a robbery can be.
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Origin and Etymology of filmography
film + -ography (as in bibliography)
First Known Use: 1941See Words from the same year
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