I found Elizabeth huddled behind two soldiers, filming, and I dug in behind her.
filming began in 2000 with Jean Rochefort as Quixote and Johnny Depp as Grisoni.
I understand your wife was going through a very difficult time while you were filming the first Hangover film.
The clip below, of Mayall hamming it up when he realises a punter is filming him at a charity auction, is a classic.
Video journalist Kieron Bryan was captured while filming a Greenpeace protest in the Arctic Circle.
Dear me, I think it is going to be more fun than a movie-picture play in the filming!
"We want to see you act," for the filming had not yet begun.
I have a new play I'm thinking of filming, and I'd like your advice on some of the scenes.
filming is limited to the location where it is being carried on.
The ordinary participants in the filming of a picture—the “extras”—seldom know much about the story.
Old English filmen "membrane, thin skin," from West Germanic *filminjan (cf. Old Frisian filmene "skin," Old English fell "hide"), extended from Proto-Germanic *fello(m) "animal hide," from PIE *pel- (4) "skin, hide" (cf. Greek pella, Latin pellis "skin").
Sense of "a thin coat of something" is 1570s, extended by 1845 to the coating of chemical gel on photographic plates. By 1895 this also meant the coating plus the paper or celluloid. First used of "motion pictures" in 1905.
c.1600, "to cover with a film," from film (v.). Meaning "to make a movie of" is from 1899. Related: Filmed; filming.
A light-sensitive or x-ray-sensitive substance used in taking photographs or radiographs.
A thin layer or membranous coating.