Definition of Film:
In general, non-fibrous and flexible material thick up to a quarter of a millimeter (0.25 mm). Thinner material is called a foil, thicker material is called a sheet.
Synonyms of Film
3-D, Cinemascope, Cinerama, London fog, London special, Photostat, Rabelaisianism, Technicolor, Western, X-rated movie, X-ray, Xerox, Actor-proof, All-star, Animated cartoon, Apply to, Backing, Ballet, Balletic, Bawdiness, Bawdry, Bibliofilm, Bipack, Black-and-white film, Blanket, Blear, Block, Blue movie, Blur, Bulletin board, Calotype, Canopy, Capture on film, Card, Cartoon, Cartridge, Catalog card, Chiller, Cine, Cinema, Cinematic, Cinematographic, Cloak, Clothe, Cloud, Coat, Coating, Collop, Color film, Color negative film, Cope, Cover, Cover up, Covering, Cowl, Creepie, Curtain, Cut, Deal, Defocus, Dim, Dirt, Dirtiness, Dirty movie, Disc, Disk, Documentary, Documentary film, Dope, Dramatic, Dramatical, Dramaturgic, Drisk, Drizzling mist, Dry plate, Dusting, Eclipse, Educational film, Emulsion, Enamel, Erotic art, Erotic literature, Erotographomania, Facing, Fade away, Feature, Fescenninity, Feuille, File, Filing card, Filmic, Filth, Filthiness, Flap, Flick, Flicker, Fog, Foil, Fold, Foulness, Frame, Frost smoke, Fur, Gauze, Glaze, Ham, Hammy, Haze, Haziness, Histrionic, Hood, Horror picture, Horse opera, Iconolagny, Index card, Integument, Lacquer, Lamella, Lamina, Laminated glass, Laminated wood, Lap, Lay on, Lay over, Layer, Leaf, Legitimate, Lewdness, Library catalog, Lose resolution, Magnetic tape, Mantle, Mask, Melodramatic, Membrane, Microcard, Microdot, Microfiche, Microfilm, Milked, Mist, Mistiness, Monochromatic film, Monodramatic, Motion picture, Motion-picture film, Motion-picture show, Movie, Moving picture, Muffle, Mug, Murkiness, Nastiness, Negative, Newsreel, Nudie, Obduce, Obscenity, Obscure, Occult, Offensiveness, Operatic, Orthochromatic film, Overacted, Overlay, Overplayed, Overspread, Pack, Paint, Pale, Pan, Panchromatic film, Pane, Panel, Patina, Pea soup, Pea-soup fog, Peasouper, Peel, Pellicle, Phonograph record, Photodrama, Photograph, Photographic paper, Photomap, Photoplay, Pic, Picture, Picture show, Plait, Plank, Plate, Plating, Platter, Ply, Plywood, Pornographic art, Pornographic film, Pornographic literature, Pornographomania, Pornography, Preview, Printing paper, Put on, Radiograph, Rasher, Revetment, Ribaldry, Roentgenograph, Roll, Safety glass, Salaciousness, Salacity, Scale, Scenic, Scoreboard, Scorecard, Scoresheet, Screen, Scum, Scurrility, Sexploitation, Sheet, Shield, Shoot, Short, Show, Silent, Silent film, Skin, Skin flick, Slab, Slat, Slice, Slip, Smog, Smut, Smuttiness, Snap, Snapshoot, Snapshot, Sneak preview, Soft-core pornography, Soften, Sound film, Sound track, Sound-on-film, Soundstripe, Spaghetti Western, Spectacular, Spread over, Stag film, Stagelike, Stageworthy, Stagy, Starstruck, Steam, Stellar, Superimpose, Superpose, Table, Tablet, Take, Take a photograph, Talbotype, Talkie, Talking picture, Tape, Theaterlike, Theatrical, Thespian, Thriller, Thrown away, Ticker tape, Trailer, Tripack, Underacted, Underground film, Underplayed, Vapor, Varnish, Vaudevillian, Vehicle, Veil, Veneer, Video, Videotape, Vileness, Wafer
Meaning of Film & Film Definition