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- adjective readily adaptable to motion picture form; -- of books, plays, and other works of literature.
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- adjective That can be
filmed; suitable for filming.
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- adjective (used of a story or literary work) capable of being adapted to motion picture form
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They, like most people, didn't think the film was "filmable".
"filmable" story, but it needs a firmer hand at the helm.
I won't worry about Routh/no Routh, Luthor/no Luthor, etc. until there's a good, well-written story in place; and even then, I won't worry much about it until the story gets turned into a filmable screenplay.
To be fair, Half-Blood Prince is probably the least filmable of the books.
And aside from a decent gag here and there (Duplass 'wife's eagerness to try and conceive a baby, even when she's not speaking to him), the script feels about ten re-writes short of being filmable.
As Banksy describes it, Its basically the story of how one man set out to film the un — filmable.
Robin Hood, the latest depiction of folklore's most enduring and filmable character — directed by Ridley Scott and starring Russell Crowe — will open the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday and in theaters on Friday.
‘When he was approached by Terry Gilliam on how to film the comic book, Moore stated that he “didn’t think it was filmable”.
The book was made to be practically un-filmable, but the crew and cast have done an admiral job making it as good as it is, especially since the movie has been in and out of production f**k-loads of times and no-one has ever got this far before.
I took this as total license to write whatever I wanted, without worrying at all about whether it would be filmable ... because it was already spoken for, the problem would be the producer's, not mine.