from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who directs or produces movies.
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- n. A producer or director of films / movies
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- n. a producer of motion pictures
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From a financial perspective, he's made some big bucks for Warner Bros.; handing over this franchise to the filmmaker is the equivalent of the studio not merely expressing confidence in Snyder, but asking him to go steady and wear his Claddagh ring with the heart turned inward.
You also fail to mention that the filmmaker is a Clinton ally so should be expected to deny the quote.
CNN: Gang members, cop arrested in filmmaker's slaying in El Salvador
Being an artist and independent filmmaker is a driving passion in my life.
The filmmaker is hoping for a national debate on such ideas.
The film, whose title translates to Cave, will be directed by Tsilhqot'in filmmaker Helen Haig-Brown and produced by Leena Minifie, a Tsimshian woman originally from Prince Rupert, B.C.
Begin with 11B: motion pictures and AV works in DVD that are not generally available without CSS when a documentary filmmaker is enrolled in a film production course at a postsecondary institution or is a member of a documentary filmmaker organization, when making a specific documentary for which substantial production has occurred, and when the material is in the public domain or its use would be fair use.
The WaveMaker Award for Excellence in Youth Filmmaking will be presented to one young filmmaker from the FutureWave program, as chosen by five high school students.
While the filmmaker is implicitly critical of the drastic sexual reassignment surgeries condoned by the Iranian state, she is clearly hesitant to portray this as a solely Iranian issue.
Along with an autobiography, the filmmaker is currently working on a screenplay, with lyrics, and expressed his preference for starting a movie from scratch as opposed to adapting one: "I don't like having to do the big successful thing, and 'how do we translate it,'" he said.