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  • adj. Occurring after a screening process.


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post- +‎ screening


  • He's personable and articulate, and I talked to him at a postscreening party.

    Thin Air, Rich Fare

  • Without revealing any significant spoilers, below are some points of praise and postscreening quotes from creator Shawn Ryan.

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  • The postscreening affair this week for the Jack Nicholson-Adam Sandler movie "Anger Management" was also scrapped.

    Protect Yourself

  • Big blowouts for a thousand in rococo villas overlooking the Mediterranean, small postscreening dinners for a hundred at the beach.

    When the In Crowd Gets an In Crowd

  • In the postscreening Q & A, retired Soviet Adm. Vitaly Agafonov shocked former Defense secretary Robert McNamara and other former American officials: "We had 22 torpedoes on each submarine and we had one nuclear torpedo per submarine," he revealed.

    A True Movie Moment

  • At a postscreening Q-and-A on Friday afternoon, director and star engaged in a genial tournament of self-deprecation.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The reaction there was "overwhelmingly positive," said Amy Pietz, who plays Franny Tolchuck, the mother on the show, and who led the postscreening discussions at Northside.


  • During the postscreening Q&A with the film's co-writer and director, Laurent Cantet, quite a few of the Toronto teachers disagreed with the choices made by François Bégaudeau, a real teacher of 10 years who plays a version of himself onscreen.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Peter Facinelli all hit up the postscreening bash held at the Box.

    E! Online (US) - Top Stories

  • “I’m absolutely thrilled, just thrilled,” Law told NEWSWEEK at the festival’s postscreening gala dinner.

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