filmography

filmography

[fil-mog-ruh-fee]
noun, plural filmographies.
1.
a collection of writings about motion pictures, especially detailed essays dealing with specific films.
2.
a listing of motion pictures by actor, director, genre, etc., and usually including pertinent facts about the production of each film.

Origin:
1960–65; film + (bibli)ography

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filmography (fɪlˈmɒɡrəfɪ)
 
n
1.  a list of the films made by a particular director, actor, etc
2.  any writing that deals with films or the cinema

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filmography
1962, from film + ending from bibliography, etc.
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