Cut film

(Photog.) a celluloid film cut into pieces suitable for use in a camera.

See also: Film

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Another film participating at TIFF is Elm el-Wosool which has previously participated in the Final Cut film section of the 75th Venice Film Festival and won the la Francophonie award in the training department of Carthage International Nights Film Festival.
"Elm el-Wosool" has previously participated in the Final Cut film section of the 75th Venice Film Festival, and also won the la Francophonie award in the training department of Carthage International Nights Film Festival.
Skin packaging of this kind can cut film consumption by up to 75 per cent.
In addition, Al Jazeera Correspondent won in the 'International Affairs Documentary' category for The Cut film, which follows Al Jazeera's Fatma Naib's personal journey - from Somaliland and Kenya to Sweden - to explore the traditions and controversies inherent to Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), also known as"cutting".
The label, which contains the resealing adhesive, is used to reclose the package to the die cut film with a dependable, hermetic seal.
The budget proposed by Senate Finance Chairwoman Jane Nelson, R-Flower Mound, would cut film incentives funding by 89 percent, down to $10 million.
It features a built-in film cutter to cut film at the end of each wrap cycle, minimizing the risk of operator injury.
Judy Kelly's First Cut film examines the story behind the murders with unique footage, including access to Hazel's children, who are standing by her.
That's one question posed by Christian Watt's affectionate First Cut film about the growing number of men living in a well-intentioned fantasy world.
As well as promoting Cut Film through traditional media channels, ICE's PR team have also been promoting the campaign across social media websites such as You Tube, Twitter and Facebook, with the help of a short promotional video also featuring Lemar.