telepic

telepic

(ˈtɛlɪˌpɪk)
n
a feature-length film made for television
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In Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, Louisiana, Michigan and other states, a new breed of low-budget telepic and series producers is responding to the spike in demand for family- and faith-friendly content from a clutch of growing cable and digital multicast channels.
She picked up two Emmys in 1974 for the telepic Tell Me Where It Hurts, and won another as a producer on the 1979 telepic Friendly Fire.
Shooting started last month on the most prestigious commission yet from BBC NI and NI Screen: "Five Minutes of Heaven" is a telepic written by Guy Hibbert ("Omagh"), starring Liam Neeson and James Nesbitt and directed by German helmer Oliver Hirschbiegel ("Downfall").
Advocacy group Arcigay slammed the $20 million telepic helmed by Angelo Longoni and shot by Vittorio Storaro, claiming it only vaguely suggests the Baroque painter may have been gay, unlike Brit helmer Derek Jarman's graphic 1986 "Caravaggio" feature, which left no room for doubt.
Musical telepic also stands as the most-watched telecast of any kind with kids and teens in the 5-15 demo in Oz subscription TV homes with an average of 180,270 kid viewers.