Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. The movie industry.
  • n. The people employed in the movie industry.

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  • n. The film (movie) industry; the people who work in that industry

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  • n. the personnel of the film industry

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Examples

  • Ali Zafar makes his singing debut in Hindi filmdom with Shankar

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  • Who is the "STYLISH" Hero as on date in Tamil filmdom?

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  • Kumar is now the third most powerful brand in Hindi filmdom-behind only the father-son team of Yash and Aditya Chopra and Shah Rukh Khan.

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  • So does her theatre background help her in Hindi filmdom?

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  • A lush, somewhat kitschy but at times intense telling of one of the most oft-told stories in filmdom (I think there’s even been a silent Madame X or two).

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  • Oh, and Ken Jeong as Mr. Chow, an Asian gangstah, takes a gay stereotype and makes the character the officially funniest supporting character in filmdom.

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  • With Waaris (1969) and Johny Mera Naam (1970), Hema became a top star and with Seeta aur Geeta (1972), where she showed splendid comic timing and perfectly played, both the timid Seeta and bindaas Geeta, she became the the top female star in Hindi filmdom.

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  • It was fascinating but sad to consider the identity -- and yet the gulf -- between Elaine Duffy, charity pupil at Woolcott Academy twenty-five years ago, and superstar Margo Llewelyn, who, with her shiny new name, shot to the heights of "filmdom" (Sadd says there's no such word) in the seventies and eighties.

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  • Similarly by the book is the casting of his three superiors: Sam Shepard shows up these days whenever anyone needs a gray eminence; Brendan Gleeson is a slippery character, something a spy movie certainly needs; and Vera Farmiga is filmdom's ripe actress of the moment, with the looks, intelligence and just enough years to make her plausible as a high-ranking CIA officer.

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  • Like I say, not amazing, but nothing like the massacre of filmdom I was expecting

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