unfilmed


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unfilmed

(ʌnˈfɪlmd)
adj
(Film) not filmed
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Adj.1.unfilmed - not recorded on film or tapeunfilmed - not recorded on film or tape  
live, unrecorded - actually being performed at the time of hearing or viewing; "a live television program"; "brought to you live from Lincoln Center"; "live entertainment involves performers actually in the physical presence of a live audience"
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Presumably the unfilmed material would have clarified the significance of some fatally uninteresting municipal intrigue involving Oslo's bid for an Olympics-style tournament.
Justifying War presents the unfilmed public record before the eyes of the audiences.
Unfilmed open auditions with producers were held at St Andrew's football ground in Birmingham earlier this year but the usual next stage, where the judges meet contestants in a small room, is not happening.
Miller declined, and The Hook - his tale of a Brooklyn longshoreman who challenges the corruption among those who control the docks - remained unfilmed.
Factors controlling attachment of bryozoan larvae: a comparison of bacterial films and unfilmed surfaces.
In a very real sense, the unfilmed dance, the uncollected folk song, the undocumented master, like the unheard falling trees, do not exist.
In his suit, the Django Unchained director claimed Gawker had "crossed the journalistic line" when it leaked the unfilmed script.
The booK also includes a reprint of an unfilmed 'Count Magnus' script by Basil Copper, as well as other material including unpublished behind-thescenes photographs.
ARMAGEDDON FILMS FAQ: ALL THAT'S LEFT TO KNOW ABOUT ZOMBIES, CONTAGIONS, ALIENS, AND THE END OF THE WORLD AS WE KNOW IT considers various end of the world scenarios in films, from nuclear holocaust and zombie apocalypses to natural disasters, and it proves a fine survey of different kinds of dramas from television to unfilmed novels and even top ten music videos.
To their credit, scribes Kapner and Lindsay-Abaire have taken pains to incorporate previously unfilmed elements from Baum's original work.
Now the original, unfilmed For God and Country is Zero's twilit, alternate history, haunted not only by desperate cries for help from an earthbound skyscraper but by the American failure three months after 9/11 to nab Bin Laden at Tora Bora in the Afghan hills.
The list of unfilmed, abandoned, or otherwise bungled projects is long: a romantic comedy about old Jews on a cruise, sold to Hollywood's resident litterateur, producer Scott Rudin, but never filmed; rejected story ideas for X-Men and Fantastic Four; the unproduced Kavalier and Clay adaptation, which Chabon spent more than a year writing; a draft screenplay of Spiderman 2, only part of which was used for the eventual film; and a live-action version of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, which Disney hired Chabon to write, in 2004, before they replaced him.