screen test


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screen test

n.
A filmed or videotaped sequence of an actor, as when auditioning for a role, to evaluate the actor's presence on the screen.

screen′-test′ v.

screen test

n
1. (Film) a filmed audition of a prospective actor or actress to test suitability
2. (Film) the test film so made

screen′ test`


n.
a filmed audition to determine the suitability of an individual for appearing or acting in a motion picture.
[1920–25]
screen′-test`, v.t., v.i.
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Noun1.screen test - a filmed audition of an actor or actress
audition, tryout - a test of the suitability of a performer
Translations

screen test

nprovino cinematografico
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