silver screen

  1. a white or silvered surface where pictures can be projected for viewing
  2. the film industry
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How To Use silver screen In A Sentence

  • Her escape from the doldrums of her life is the local bijou, where every week a new fantasy plays on the silver screen to whisk her from New Jersey to places she can only dream of.
  • In Kerala and Karnataka, novels are immediately dramatised and even find their way to the silver screen.
  • It is strange how we are good at the small but not the silver screen. Times, Sunday Times
  • She dies in 1963, years before the critically acclaimed work was being adapted for the silver screen.
  • Depardieu has been in a few American titles that have been funny, though nothing that rocked the silver screens enough to gain a long-term following.
  • ‘It is their undiluted enthusiasm which spills over to the silver screen and captivates the filmgoer,’ affirms the dancer.
  • When I was in "dramatics" in Portland, Oregon, about the time Sirkin was on the silver screen and before Todd Haynes was born, I was in a play called "Mrs. McThing. Prairiemary
  • His artistic vision is as brilliant, if not much deeper, than the layer where light bounces off the silver screen, and he is ill-disposed to let facts get in the way of what works dramatically.
  • 5 October, 2006 in geeking out, general, silver screen, thinking out loud Movies. « Love | Peace | Ohana
  • Is she game to don greasepaint to test her luck on the silver screen?
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