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Dictionary French English: [film]

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merveilleux {adj} [livre, film]
cochon {adj} [fam.] [film]
dirty [coll.] [film]
évocateur {adj} [film, musique]atmospheric [full of atmosphere]
dr. film littérat. policier {adj} [film, roman]detective [film, book]
glauque {adj} [film, ambiance]dreary
film RadioTV doublé {adj} {past-p} [film]dubbed
film RadioTV théâtre banal {adj}feeble [film, TV show etc.]
voilé {adj} {past-p} [photo, film]fogged
film littérat. passionnant {adj} {pres-p} [roman, film]gripping
lancinant {adj} {pres-p} [film, livre, image]haunting
film larmoyant {adj} [film]schmaltzy [coll.]
film littérat. mus. encenser qc. [film]to acclaim sth.
faire avancer qc.to advance sth. [clock, tape, film]
film mus. sport classer qn./qc. [film, chanson, artiste, joueur]to rank sb./sth.
film sortir qc. [film]to release sth.
faire la critique de qc.to review sth. [a book, play, film, etc.]
film théâtre se jouerto run [film, play etc.]
film RadioTV tourner qc. [film, scène]to shoot sth. [film]
film jouer qc. [film]to show sth. [film]
film théâtre entracte {m} [cinéma, théâtre]
interval [Br.] [film, theatre]
RadioTV carré {m} blanc [jusqu'en 1964 sur les écrans de télévision en France pour indiquer qu'un film n'était pas tout public]['suitable for adults only' sign on French TV]
navet {m} [fam.][rubbishy / trashy film, book, work of art etc.]
BD RadioTV anime {m} [aussi : animé] [série d'animation ou film d'animation en provenance du Japon]anime
spectateurs {m.pl}audience {sg} [film, match, play]
film RadioTV film {m} à suspensecliffhanger [film]
film occup. monteur {m}cutter [film]
film occup. monteuse {f}cutter [film] [female]
film littérat. extrait {m} [de livre, film]excerpt
film littérat. extrait {m} [de livre, film]extract
film personnage {m} [cinéma]part [in a film]
film mus. théâtre première {f}premiere [first performance of a production, film]
cote {f} [d'une personne, d'un lieu, d'un film]rating
bobine {f}reel [for thread, film, tape]
film redistribution {f} [de film]reissue
film mus. sortie {f} [parution : de film, disque]release [of a film, record]
film littérat. théâtre critique {f}review [book, film]
film théâtre décor {m} [mise en scène du théâtre]scenery [set of theatre, film]
film mus. musique {f} de filmscore [film music]
film passage {m} [de film]sequence
film mus. bande {f} originalesoundtrack [original film music]
film registre {m} [de roman, film]style
méchant {m}villain [in film, story]
2 Words: Others
film mus. inédit {adj} [disque, film](previously) unreleased
film market. accrocheur {adj} [film]crowd-pulling
2 Words: Verbs
s'intituler ... [livre, film]to be called ...
film RadioTV théâtre passer [un film]to be playing
film théâtre tenir l'afficheto be running [play, film]
marcher (bien) [fam.] [affaires, film, livre]to do well
accrocher qn. [film]to grab sb.'s attention [idiom]
film ressortir qc. [film]to re-release sth. [e.g. a film]
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