American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A comprehensive list of movies in a particular category, as of those by a given director or in a specific genre.
- film + -ography (Wiktionary)
“Never was Phoenix not prepared for 100% character immersion and his filmography is a testament to his work ethic.”
“I understand his filmography is a treasure trove of potential comedy, but seriously, Lance, try doing the bare-minimum of research next time, Champ.”
“Though Meester has a relatively thin filmography, the inclusion of solid performers like Laurie and Keener should make this film one to watch out for.”
“But then the Coens 'filmography is full of natural double features (that most likely weren't planned that way).”
“The only Hot star missing from my filmography is Marilyn Monroe, but she died before I was born.”
“Listing her (mostly awful) filmography is not an argument.”
“In my opinion, her wildly uneven filmography is not worthy of her considerable talent.”
“But the filmography is stunning over all, not just for the number of great and/or entertaining films on it but for all the great directors with whom he had succesful multi-film relationships.”
“The sheer range of his filmography is impressive enough: war movies, Westerns, macho guyfests, hysterical women's melodramas.”
“Her knowledge of Tarantino’s filmography is scant at best.”
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