Infilm

In`film´


v. t.1.To cover with a film; to coat thinly; as, to infilm one metal with another in the process of gilding; to infilm the glass of a mirror.
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release, presented with Big Beach, of a Big Beach, InFilm production.
HOTZ Infilm The Seven Year Itch and, left, Sam Giancana AFFAIRS 3 John F Kennedy and Bobby were Marilyn's lovers REUNION 3 Marilyn and husband Joe DiMaggio LOVE TRYST 3 With President Kennedy in 1962
Heplayedinall threegamesattheStockholm games,scoringninegoals,and wentontoforgeasuccesssful careerinshowbizasasinger andcomedianinmusichall and, later, infilm.
Giving example of the success stories, the concept paper said: " Infilm ( domestic) placement of Indian locations in films would give a huge impetus to making such locations a preferred destination for tourists, both Indian and foreign.
Tests with in-can preservatives 2-methyl-4-isothiazolin-S-one and dodecylguanidine and infilm preservative 3-iodo-2-propynyl butyl carbamate show that ProteCoat does increase the efficacy of conventional biocides even at concentrations below 1%.
InFilm product line is a cost-effective antiblocking agent in polyester film applications.
To identify with this passage is, on the one hand, to reproduce the identification structure infilm noir with bad guys, femmes fatales, and neurotic detectives.
Homes and produced by Dorothy Berwin of InFilm Productions and Christine Vachon of Killer Films.
release of a Film4 presentation, in association with Studiocanal, Hanway Films, Coldcrest, Dirty Films, InFilm, of a Karlsen/ Woolley/Number 9 Films/ Killer Films production, in association with Larkhark Films, produced BY Elizabeth Karlsen, Stephen Woolley, Christine Vachon.
A Garfield Films (in Slovakia)/Bonton Film (in Czech Republic) release of a Titanic, Infilm Praha production with the support of Slovak Television, Czech State Fund for the Support and Development of Czech Cinematography.