Definitions

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  • n. The production of movies

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the production of movies

Etymologies

movie +‎ making (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Hopefully someone will take this leap in moviemaking technology and tell us more interesting stories in the future.

    MOVIEW REVIEW: Avatar

  • During our interview that makes up this week's "Twilight Tuesday," Hardwicke talks about how she becomes so immersed in moviemaking that she even calls the actors by their character's names.

    Catherine Hardwicke, The Invincible Auteur Behind ‘Twilight’ » MTV Movies Blog

  • This devotion to narrative, character, detail, art, comedy, drama, and everything that makes a great movie is why Pixar is unlike anything in moviemaking that’s come before.

    Matt’s Top 20 Films of the 2000s – Collider.com

  • Among the industry’s truly protean figures, he ably filmed every type of genre picture imaginable; weathered several epochal shifts in moviemaking technique (example: with the talkie ascendant, he effortlessly transformed from zealous location realist into sound-stage artifice reveler); and helped shape the screen personas of Gable, Cooper, Tracy, and Fairbanks (and swell the bosoms of Shearer, Bow, Bergman, and Velez).

    Cover to Cover

  • In this regard 3-D is not so different from any other kind of moviemaking, except that its genuine achievements are to date fairly limited.

    NYT > Home Page

  • It was nice listening to the two kids laughing their heads off as they played "moviemaking" on Sunday.

    shlemazl

  • Measured by numbers of films produced annually, Nigeria is second only to India: Mumbai is the world capital of moviemaking.

    The English Is Coming!

  • "I think that it's a tough thing to do and it can be really thankless," Hoberman shares on the art of moviemaking.

    Ashley Wren Collins: Seeking Cinematic Sustenance in a Saturated World

  • Not only are you showing your naivete regarding moviemaking, but you are seriously insulting the brave stuntman who actually performed the feat.

    Rose McGowan Injured On Set Of “Red Sonja”

  • The retreat on tax credits for moviemaking and other industries is part of a broader effort by Mr. Snyder to simplify the business-tax structure, including replacing the loophole-ridden Michigan Business Tax with a 6% flat corporate tax.

    Michigan Wants to Cut Film-Industry Credits

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