filmset


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filmset

(ˈfɪlmˌsɛt)
vb, -sets, -setting or -set
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (tr) to set (type matter) by filmsetting
ˈfilmˌsetter n

filmset


Past participle: filmset
Gerund: filmsetting

Imperative
filmset
filmset
Present
I filmset
you filmset
he/she/it filmsets
we filmset
you filmset
they filmset
Preterite
I filmset
you filmset
he/she/it filmset
we filmset
you filmset
they filmset
Present Continuous
I am filmsetting
you are filmsetting
he/she/it is filmsetting
we are filmsetting
you are filmsetting
they are filmsetting
Present Perfect
I have filmset
you have filmset
he/she/it has filmset
we have filmset
you have filmset
they have filmset
Past Continuous
I was filmsetting
you were filmsetting
he/she/it was filmsetting
we were filmsetting
you were filmsetting
they were filmsetting
Past Perfect
I had filmset
you had filmset
he/she/it had filmset
we had filmset
you had filmset
they had filmset
Future
I will filmset
you will filmset
he/she/it will filmset
we will filmset
you will filmset
they will filmset
Future Perfect
I will have filmset
you will have filmset
he/she/it will have filmset
we will have filmset
you will have filmset
they will have filmset
Future Continuous
I will be filmsetting
you will be filmsetting
he/she/it will be filmsetting
we will be filmsetting
you will be filmsetting
they will be filmsetting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been filmsetting
you have been filmsetting
he/she/it has been filmsetting
we have been filmsetting
you have been filmsetting
they have been filmsetting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been filmsetting
you will have been filmsetting
he/she/it will have been filmsetting
we will have been filmsetting
you will have been filmsetting
they will have been filmsetting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been filmsetting
you had been filmsetting
he/she/it had been filmsetting
we had been filmsetting
you had been filmsetting
they had been filmsetting
Conditional
I would filmset
you would filmset
he/she/it would filmset
we would filmset
you would filmset
they would filmset
Past Conditional
I would have filmset
you would have filmset
he/she/it would have filmset
we would have filmset
you would have filmset
they would have filmset
Translations

filmset

[ˈfɪlmˌsɛt] vt (Typ) → fotocomporre
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The filmset to air in March 2018, is based on the true story of when King Faisal Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud was sent at the age of 14 to England on a diplomatic mission to secure the formation of his country, negotiating with the likes of Lord Curzon and Winston Churchill.
An area steeped in history and many a filmset over the years.
Other posts also purported to show Ariana Grande backstage after the explosion - but the image apparently dated to a filmset back in 2015.
I noticed that bleeding penises and vaginas were appearing on the British Library walls, hanging from the blue and golden dome like stalactites in a macabre filmset.
The tourism effects of The Lord of the Rings were more about tourists experiencing the "clean and green" New Zealand than visiting a filmset.
1 "WILLIAM LEAVITT: THEATER OBJECTS" (Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; curated by Ann Goldstein and Bennett Simpson) Leavitt's paintings and filmset installations of the 1970s and '80s show an awareness of the constructedness and fragmentation of Western reality that was way ahead of his time.
While many of the rhetorical vectors of architecture are also operative in the typology and organising principles of the filmset, (5) what is of specific interest here is an investigation into the ways in which aspects of film and media production have colluded with architecture to create a series of 'political masquerades' both new and old.
It's dark and loud and the semi-circular upholstered booths are straight from an Al Pacino gangster filmset.
It's a bit like being on a filmset - this area has been refurbished to look modern and welcoming but you go round the corner and you quickly find yourself in a disused part of the building stepping back into reality.
We found the villa had more "extras" than a Hollywood filmset.
Behind its celebrated waterfront, with its Sultan's Palace, House of Wonders and Arab fort, the town's confusion of narrow streets and alleys, secluded from the direct rays of the sun by high-walled buildings, entice visitors to lose themselves in what seems to be a filmset for an Arabian Nights fantasy--with a cosmopolitan cast of thousands.
The ex-Big Breakfast star fell for Billy, 38, when they met on the Three filmset this summer.