refilm

refilm

(riːˈfɪlm)
vb (tr)
(Film) to film again

refilm


Past participle: refilmed
Gerund: refilming

Imperative
refilm
refilm
Present
I refilm
you refilm
he/she/it refilms
we refilm
you refilm
they refilm
Preterite
I refilmed
you refilmed
he/she/it refilmed
we refilmed
you refilmed
they refilmed
Present Continuous
I am refilming
you are refilming
he/she/it is refilming
we are refilming
you are refilming
they are refilming
Present Perfect
I have refilmed
you have refilmed
he/she/it has refilmed
we have refilmed
you have refilmed
they have refilmed
Past Continuous
I was refilming
you were refilming
he/she/it was refilming
we were refilming
you were refilming
they were refilming
Past Perfect
I had refilmed
you had refilmed
he/she/it had refilmed
we had refilmed
you had refilmed
they had refilmed
Future
I will refilm
you will refilm
he/she/it will refilm
we will refilm
you will refilm
they will refilm
Future Perfect
I will have refilmed
you will have refilmed
he/she/it will have refilmed
we will have refilmed
you will have refilmed
they will have refilmed
Future Continuous
I will be refilming
you will be refilming
he/she/it will be refilming
we will be refilming
you will be refilming
they will be refilming
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been refilming
you have been refilming
he/she/it has been refilming
we have been refilming
you have been refilming
they have been refilming
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been refilming
you will have been refilming
he/she/it will have been refilming
we will have been refilming
you will have been refilming
they will have been refilming
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been refilming
you had been refilming
he/she/it had been refilming
we had been refilming
you had been refilming
they had been refilming
Conditional
I would refilm
you would refilm
he/she/it would refilm
we would refilm
you would refilm
they would refilm
Past Conditional
I would have refilmed
you would have refilmed
he/she/it would have refilmed
we would have refilmed
you would have refilmed
they would have refilmed
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That was the only time I think we had to refilm things," Clinton recalls.
She comments: In a less 'compact' group of lessons I would refilm after viewing and student assessment.
He later hit back, saying he and co-presenter Tess Daly, 44, both had to refilm lines in the series opener, seen by 9.
The pair re-enact and refilm every movie in the store, from 'The Lion King' to 'Ghostbusters' to 'Back to the Future,' in this comedy about the power of community," a news release says.
Heroes: (from left) David Ryan, Ollie Smith and Liam Brannigan refilm their version of Indiana Jones for a challenge.
Eleven years later, Edwards shredded producers, agents, gossip columnists, sycophants, hangers-on, and everyone else within reach in this viciously sardonic send-up of a famed director who produces the ultimate box office bomb, the studio that wants to recut it against his wishes, and the director's maniacal scheme to refilm scenes to make the musical darkly erotic, en route exposing the breasts of his wife/star, universally beloved for her ultrapure roles.
She said: "To be honest I prefer a good really bad soap where the walls shake, they forget their lines and haven't got enough money to go back and refilm it.
Last month, we had Be Kind Rewind (video store employees have to refilm all the titles after they get wiped - great idea, but it's not as good as you'd hope) and now comes Son Of Rambow - a coming-of-age tale about two boys in the 1980s who set out to make their own movie.
In the unlikely event of someone wanting to refilm Lord of the Rings, Blaenau is the place to be with its towering spoil piles of slate waste a dead-ringer for the kingdom of Mordor.
It was an exhausting process and we had to refilm a small number of uncompleted pick-up shots which we reconstructed from the director's original notes," explained Se Merry.
First, there was Gus Van Sant's strange decision to refilm Hitchcock's Psycho almost shot by shot.
A product-free, anti-ageing technique, the treatment is designed to leave you looking years younger and even feeling happier, so much so that one of Deborah's actress clients had to refilm scenes shot three weeks prior to her having the treatment as she looked so different.