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  • filmography — 1962, from FILM (Cf. film) + ending from BIBLIOGRAPHY (Cf. bibliography), etc …   Etymology dictionary

  • filmography — [fil mäg′rə fē] n. a list of the films of a particular actor, director, genre, etc …   English World dictionary

  • filmography — noun (plural phies) Etymology: film + ography (as in bibliography) Date: 1962 a list of motion pictures featuring the work of a prominent film figure or relating to a particular topic …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • filmography — /fil mog reuh fee/, n., pl. filmographies. 1. a collection of writings about motion pictures, esp. detailed essays dealing with specific films. 2. a listing of motion pictures by actor, director, genre, etc., and usually including pertinent facts …   Universalium

  • filmography — noun A selective list of movie titles that share a similar characteristic such as the same genre, the same director, the same actor etc …   Wiktionary

  • filmography — n. list of films pertaining to a specific subject genre or film celebrity; collection of writings and articles about motion pictures …   English contemporary dictionary

  • filmography — noun (plural filmographies) a list of films by one director or actor, or on one subject. Origin 1960s: from film + graphy, on the pattern of bibliography …   English new terms dictionary

  • filmography — film•og•ra•phy [[t]fɪlˈmɒg rə fi[/t]] n. pl. phies sbz a listing of motion pictures by actor, director, or the like, usu. including facts about the production of each film • Etymology: 1960–65; film+ (bibli) ography …   From formal English to slang

  • filmography — /fɪlmˈɒgrəfi/ (say film ogruhfee) noun a listing of films selected on the basis of containing the work of a particular actor, director, etc., or of dealing with a particular subject. –filmographic, filmographical, adjective –filmographer, noun …   Australian English dictionary

  • filmography —   a comprehensive (often chronological by year) listing of films featuring the work of an actor/actress, director, or other crew member; may also be a list of films for a specific genre or topic; a filmographer is another term for a film maker or …   Glossary of cinematic terms