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Flimmaking is the process of making a film, from an initial story, or idea, through scriptwriting, casting, shooting, directing, editing, and screening into a finished product before an audience that may result in a theatrical release or television program.

Contributors in Filmmaking


Monitor speaker

Cinema; Filmmaking

Designed specifically for the evaluation and comparison of the sound recording quality and a professional loudspeaker systems.

Gate resistance

Cinema; Filmmaking

Films (or film) combinations at the back door when running in the friction resistance.

Tony scott

Cinema; Filmmaking

Anthony David "Tony" Scott (June 21, 1944-August 19, 2012) was a British film director. He has edited movies such as Top Gun, The Hunger, Enemy of the State and Beverly Hills Cop II. His movies were ...

Sound stage

Cinema; Filmmaking

In common usage, a sound stage is a soundproof, hangar-like structure, building, or room, used for the production of theatrical filmmaking and television production, usually located on a secure movie ...

Aerial shot

Cinema; Filmmaking

A camera shot filmed in an exterior location from far overhead (from a bird's eye view), as from a helicoptor, blimp, balloon, plane, or kite.

Aces and deuces

Cinema; Filmmaking

Refers to the power of light in flimmaking. ACES are 1K or 1000 watt lights and deuces are 2K or 2000 watt lights.

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