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film·og·ra·phy

 (fĭl-mŏg′rə-fē)
n. pl. film·og·ra·phies
A comprehensive list of movies in a particular category, as of those by a given director or in a specific genre.

film·og′ra·pher n.

filmography

(fɪlˈmɒɡrəfɪ)
n
1. (Film) a list of the films made by a particular director, actor, etc
2. (Film) any writing that deals with films or the cinema

film•og•ra•phy

(fɪlˈmɒg rə fi)

n., pl. -phies.
a listing of motion pictures by actor, director, or the like, usu. including facts about the production of each film.
[1960–65; film + (bibli) ography]
Translations
filmografia

filmography

[fɪlˈmɒgrəfɪ] Nfilmografía f
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She also gave credit to those who aided her, saying, "Credit goes to Jack Ashburn as talent and Yiheng Song as filmographer and editor.
Drawing loosely on theorist Roland Barthes's outline of five narrative or textual codes implicit within narrative accounts, (32) I argue in the following that contemporary Westerns, or "Revisionist Jesse" films, as filmographer Johnny Boggs describes the genre, use religion as an intentional trope in their negotiated deconstructions and re-appropriations of the American legend of Jesse James.
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Walking: to the Archipelago Theater Company, who in 2010 will be doing the world premiere of Out of the Blue, by the astounding Ellen Hemphill; this time her collaborators include Mark Dendy, writer Nor Hall, composer Allison Leyton-Brown, and filmographer Jim Haverkamp.
The most comprehensive study to date is Ken Smith's Mental Hygiene: Classroom Films, 1945-1970 (1999), but, aside from a provocative introduction, Smith's contributing role is that of a filmographer, not a scholar.
Other new and skilled editorial staffers are Associate Editor, Ken Dvorak (San Jacinto College), who many of you probably know as the able organizer of the annual Southwest/Texas Popular Culture Association conference and Keith Wheelock (Raritan Valley Community College), our Associate Editor who is a filmographer extraordinaire.
Paul Smaczny, vice-president for Music & Documentaries at EuroArts Music International since the late 1980s, continues to refine his skills as a filmographer of musical subjects in the present biographical work focusing on Claudio Abbado.
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A History of Shakespeare on Screen: A Century of Film and Television draws on Rothwell's long and distinguished career as editor, filmographer, and critic, and goes beyond what he has done in the past by bringing into active play his prodigiously extensive knowledge of film reviews and of the now immense secondary literature on Shakespeare film.