1. (used of a story or literary work) capable of being adapted to motion picture form
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How To Use filmable In A Sentence

  • Firstly, Hollywood, in face of a lucrative three-part franchise, has finally caught up with its prejudice and reverence towards the "unfilmable" book.
  • As Banksy describes it, Its basically the story of how one man set out to film the un — filmable. First Five Minutes of Exit Through The Gift Shop - Peter’s Favorite Movie of Sundance 2010 | /Film
  • To be fair, Half-Blood Prince is probably the least filmable of the books. “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” is worst of the series » Scene-Stealers
  • And aside from a decent gag here and there (Duplass 'wife's eagerness to try and conceive a baby, even when she's not speaking to him), the script feels about ten re-writes short of being filmable. Sundance Review: ‘Humpday’ » MTV Movies Blog
  • Given that I believed The Perfect Storm to be unfilmable, I approached the motion picture with a mixture of curiosity and skepticism.
  • There was no other filmable expression available. Times, Sunday Times
  • Throughout the film, Mettler asks directly: how do you speak the unspeakable, describe the indescribable, and more precisely, film the unfilmable?
  • Does anyone actually know why Gilliam said it was unfilmable?
  • The only way to adapt this unfilmable novel would have been to add at least a third person omniscient voice-over, instead of trying to hide its novelish antecedents. 16 « July « 2008 « Jahsonic
  • In some of them, he does discard the whole idea as unfilmable, which obviously would mean it would never get made.
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