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the cinema industry
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(ˈfɪlm dəm)

the motion-picture industry.
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It is only with the third chapter of this section, focused on Famous Monsters of Filmland founder Forrest J.
Standing the formula on its head is akin to committing an unforgivable sin in filmland. Coogler was determined not only to stand the formula on its head, he was going to tear up and throw away the rule book on what made action films successful.
I'd often leave with an issue of Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine.
Chantrell was soon appointed Art Director of the agency's new Entertainments Publicity Division in London's filmland, Wardour Street, and with the advent of reliable large-scale lithographic printing technology, Tom's career took off.
John remains one of filmland's most iconic figures.
(2) Simone Weil, "On Science, Necessity and Love of God" in Essays (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1968) as cited by Charles Jarvis, "Re-inventing Good & Evil in Filmland," SCP Newsletter Vol.
The copycat's urge, it seems, is something our filmland folks simply won't let go.
The cast and crew spent five days filming in Christchurch, in New Zealand's South Island, to capture the March harvest season, followed by a month of interior work at Filmland, in Luxembourg.
See Kitty Kelly "Flickerings from Filmland," Chicago Daily Tribune 10 Feb.
Luxembourg, a European option for foreign production due to its generous tax shelter, is upping the ante with the launch of Filmland. The site features four soundstages, five post-production companies, and Dolby Atmos sound-system technology.
Ray Bradbury eulogized Ackerman in 2008 as "the most important fan/collector/human being in the history of science-fantasy fiction." In a reprinted introductory essay, Stephen King relates the early impact that Ackerman's magazine, Famous Monsters of Filmland, had on him.
Wayne, the tough talking, hard-fighting "good guy" of more than 200 films, was one of the most durable actors in Hollywood history and one of filmland's biggest box-office draws.