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the British Film Institute, a British organization that collects and preserves films and shows them to the public
the cinema, especially when considered in relation to television
the business of making films, or the films that are made
relating to films
the job or skill of making films
something that film directors say when they want the actors and people making the film to stop for a short time
the job or business of making films
relating to films or involved in making films
frames per second: a measure of the rate in which still pictures pass to create a moving image. The higher the FPS, the better the image will look.
the part of the US film industry that is based in Hollywood, California, and has a reputation for making very successful films that cost a lot of money to produce
cinema in general
connected with the cinema
the industry of making films in Hollywood
an unusual image or sound in a film, created artificially using various technical methods
available to be seen in cinemas
to fall over forwards so that your face hits the ground or another surface
the sail behind the main sail on a ship
the activity of exploring abandoned buildings and other manmade structures
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