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The movie industry.
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(ˈfɪlm dəm)

the motion-picture industry.
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Her scenes with Kidman can be deliciously uncomfortable as two of moviedom's most sublime actors demonstrate the great white ritual dance around feelings.
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Chadda is so obsessed with Khanna that he travels ticketless like the star once did, and stays at the same hotel and in the same room the actor did in his early struggling days of moviedom.
We lodged in the San Carlos, one of those faded-glory 1920s "Clark Gable stayed here!" hotels one finds along the southwestern penumbra of moviedom. The Hotel San Carlos is said to be haunted by the restless spirit of Leone Jensen, a despondent flapper who took flight from its rooftop after being spurned by a rakish bellboy.
"'Be Moviedom's Guest in Your Own Easy Chair!': Hollywood, Radio, and the Movie Adaptation Series." HJFRTV 33.1 (2013): 24-54.
DreamWorks Animation, one of moviedom's last studios not tied to a conglomerate, has none of the buffers of, say, a Walt Disney Co., which can lean on consumer products, TV or theme parks if an expensive movie flops.
Those who knew her in Malayalam moviedom say she was introduced to them by a fashion coordinator in Kochi.