Definitions

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  • n. A draft version of a motion picture, used during the editing process.

Etymologies

work +‎ print (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • With that in mind, the news that Fox’s X-men Origins workprint is already on the P2P networks — in spades — shouldn’ t come as any big surprise.

    X-Men: Origins – workprint online

  • “With that in mind, the news that Fox ` s X-men Origins workprint is already on the P2P networks – in spades – shouldn’t come as any big surprise.”

    Oz FX house denies it leaked X-Men flick

  • A workprint is a rough version of a motion picture, used by the film editor (s) during the editing process.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • On December 18, Warner Home Video will release the long-fabled full director's cut of Blade Runner in three different packages: a 2-disc basic edition, a 4-disc edition with all previously-released versions of the film and tons of extras, and a 5-disc edition that includes the original "workprint" version.

    Do Androids Dream of Directors' Cuts?

  • The film, being a "workprint", has some special effects missing, as well as the occasional view of wires still attached to actors during action scenes.

    AfterDawn.com

  • The release, being a "workprint", had some special effects missing, as well as the occasional view of wires still attached to actors during action scenes.

    AfterDawn.com

  • Los Angeles - An unfinished "workprint" version of the upcoming 20th Century Fox Mark Hefflinger on April 1, 2009 - 11: 09am.

    Digital Media Wire - connecting people & knowledge

  • Please note that this release is a workprint, meaning obviously they are still twitting some bits here and there.

    The Mexican Taint Feedburner RSS Feed

  • All the available 'workprint' versions of the film are missing special effects, but that didn't stop most people from taking a sneak peak at this upcoming blockbuster release.

    TorrentFreak

  • Los Angeles - An unfinished "workprint" version of the upcoming 20th Century Fox

    Digital Media Wire - connecting people & knowledge

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  • (n): in cinematography, an intermediate print of a film that is a work-in-progress subject to on-going modifications and editing.

    January 18, 2009