FILM

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* movie: a form of entertainment that enacts a story by a sequence of images giv
* continuous movement; "they went to a movie every Saturday night"; "the film wa
* location"
* a medium that disseminates moving pictures; "theater pieces transferred to cel
* would be good cinema"; "film coverage of sporting events"
* 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 wra
* make a film or photograph of something; "take a scene"; "shoot a movie"
* record in film; "The coronation was filmed"
* photographic material consisting of a base of celluloid covered with a photogr
* used to make negatives or transparencies
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* Film is a term that encompasses motion pictures as individual projects, as wel
* general. The origin of the name comes from the fact that photographic film (al
* has historically been the primary medium for recording and displaying motion p
* other terms exist ? motion pictures, the silver screen, photoplays, picture sh
* most commonly movies. ..
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* Rock group Film, and their frontman Jura Stubli? are on the scene since 1971.
* today. They were popular during the 80s but many people listen them even now.
*
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* Film is a film written by Samuel Beckett, his only screenplay. It was written
* with Buster Keaton in the central role, and first shown in public in 1965. The
* version was Alan Schneider.
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* is a recording medium consisting of thin sheets or strips of transparent or tr
* such as polyester or acetate, coated with a light-sensitive emulsion. Recordin
* the film to the light emitted or reflected by the entity being recorded. Film
* for microfilm recording (1.1.2). A photograph (1.2. ...
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* A negative or positive, photographic or lithographic record made on a light se
*
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* A thin, not necessarily visible, layer of material.
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* The material used in a camera to record a photographic image. Generally it is
* emulsion coated on a flexible acetate or plastic base
* .
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* A narrative told in a sequence of moving pictures and sound.
*
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* a process specific photograph of the client artwork used to produce screens or
* .
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* Synthetic face material manufactured from high molecular weight polymers. Exam
* Kimdura, Polyester, Vinyl, Polyolefin, Polystyrene and Polyethylene
* .
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* A layer or coat of paint or other material applied to the surface. The layer r
* has dried is often called the dried film
* .
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* the medium used to capture an image.
*
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* The medium whereby images are recorded on plastic through a photochemical proc
* "to film" means the production process used to record images and sound on film
* Hardware
* .
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* A thin layer of plastic (eg, stretch wrap) that is used to wrap products, fold
* pallets stacked with boxes
* .
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* A transparent cellulose nitrate or cellulose actetate composition made in thin
* sheets and coated with a light-sensitive emulsion for taking photographs
* .
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* Film is photo-sensitized acetate sheets which are processed through exposure t
* the images to be printed. The acetate sheets are solid black before exposure.
* image areas become clear. Film is first used to make proofs and then, second,
* printing plates.
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* Abbreviated term for microfilm. (See Microfilm)
*
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* The traditional "middle-man" in the process of creating printing plates. Digit
* manual pages would first be exposed onto film. The film would then be used to
* photomechanically create the printing plate.
*
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* Material that is loaded into an imagesetter. Film is coated with a light sensi
* exposed with laser light inside the output device. After chemical development
* very sharp image of the layout created by the designer. This film is used to p
* for a press run.
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* After artwork has been completed, a photograph is taken of it. The resulting f
* to transfer the art into a format (plate) that is used by a printing press. A
* breakthrough allows artwork to be converted in the computer to a format that b
* stage and goes "direct to plate". This process saves time and film costs
* .
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* Filter Font : Photographic or lithographic record made on a light sensitive ma
* positive). : In color separations or in photography, a colored piece of gelati
* the lens to alter the hue, color or to correct for spectural imbalances. : Fon
* type face with its size, style, height & stroke weight.
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* Can process the original if the processing is non-destructive.
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* Non-interlaced, full frame footage. Originally 24fps but 23.976 if adapted for
* (More)
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* Refers to the history, production, criticism and social implications of cinema
*
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* One or more layers of coating covering an object or surface.
*
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* Sheet material having a nominal thickness not greater than 10 mil
* .
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* Now, 35mm film accommodates the 6-track digital sound, but previously almost a
* in 70mm from 1971-1992 were originally photographed in 35mm and then blown up
* format specifically for playback with 6-track sound. The motion picture exhibi
* 1955-1971, 70mm, contained 6-track magnetic sound, using camera equipment manu
* Todd-AO and Panavision. ...
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* Used to make the printing plates with. Output from an image setter or taken wi
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