filmable


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filmable

(ˈfɪlməbəl)
adj
able or well-suited to be filmed
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
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Adj.1.filmable - (used of a story or literary work) capable of being adapted to motion picture form
literature - creative writing of recognized artistic value
adaptable - capable of adapting (of becoming or being made suitable) to a particular situation or use; "to succeed one must be adaptable"; "the frame was adaptable to cloth bolts of different widths"
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"It wasn't filmable in the 90s and the early 2000s," said Hamm during a roundtable with journalists in London.
This all sounds very fancy until you realise a beach club is a spendy bar-restaurant with sun loungers out the front, the VIP ambassadors are waiters and waitresses, and they are all staying in one house to encourage filmable tensions and flirtations.
Cesar reckons the search for filmable details in his day has led him to seek out new and interesting activities, but also, in his darkest times, a record of the ups and downs of his life has given him a broader perspective on his troubles, reminding him that all things must pass.
Cesar reckons the search for filmable details his day has led him to seek out new and interesting activities, but arecord ofthe ups and downs of his life has given him a broader perspective on his troubles, reminding him that all things must pass.
David Hughes quotes Moore as saying that Watchmen is "almost the exact opposite of cinematic" (146), and that it is not filmable because he "didn't design it to show off the similarities between cinema and comics," but "to show off the things that comics could do that cinema and literature couldn't" (148).
On Instagram, Oscar-winning actress Anna Paquin revealed in a post that she and her husband, former 'True Blood' costar Stephen Moyer, didn't play their characters off-set for other, less filmable scenarios.
But "Blade" -- which starred African-American Wesley Snipes as the titular half-human, half-vampire daywalker who hunted bloodsuckers -- showed that Marvel's future lay not in glossy-paged comic books but in licensing, in turning its vast library of characters into filmable material that would appeal to the masses.
Raising the coin for "Under the Skin" was an enormous challenge for producers Jim Wilson and Nick Wechsler, and radical script surgery was necessary to bring the budget down to a filmable level.
Mayes was smart enough to recognize the good story at hand, tightening plot lines to make them more filmable.