Stop motion anmation is a way of creating films. The character (a toy or clay model) has it's picture taken. It is then moved a tiny bit and has another picture taken. After about 15 frames (pictures) you have 1 seconds worth of film!
Some examples can be found @ (don't wan't to advertise, just giving you some help):
Wallace and Gromit
Pingu (I think is a stop motion)
A big fore-headed douche that doesn't have dreams, only copyrighted motion pictures.
Damn, Daraylon sure has a big forehead!
n. Slang abbreviation of Japanese horror films – motion pictures.
Adj. Of or pertaining to the the subculture of horror films produced, written and directed in Japan that tends to have a psychological focus in fear.
1. I’ve been checking out a lot of indie J-ho lately.
2. I watched the J-ho film Audition last night, and I went mental!
3. I tend to like the original J-Ho productions more than the American remakes.
Screen Actors Guild aka the Academy.
A member of the screen actors guild, can be an onscreen actor such" Janelle Cumming actresss", or a behind the camera, member such as "Dennis Fandrick Producer"
(SAG) Members of the Screen Actors Guild vote for the Academy Awards. Wich are awarded by the Acedemy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences aka an " Oscar" or the Academy Awards.
(SAG) Sag Member or members of the Screen Actors Guild vote for the Academy Awards. Wich are awarded by the Acedemy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences aka an " Oscar" or the Academy Awards.
Audience stems from the word audio, so it only makes sense to change that to video. Hence a videance, a group of people paying attention to motion pictures rather than just sound as heard on a radio.
People watching a motion picture are a videance.
1. any person ardently inspired to pursue a professional career within the making of motion pictures, usually with considerable initiative and risk.
2. a person who undertakes a filmmaking project, esp. one that is important or difficult or that requires boldness or energy.
Origin: 2008; American English cinépreneur, prefix ciné- from French, cinema meaning: motion picture + -preneur, from French, entrepreneur meaning: one who undertakes (some task), equiv. to entrepren(dre) to undertake + -eur
After refusing to give up his dream of being a director, even after everything had gone wrong, his peers considered him to be a true cinepreneur.
Did you hear that that group of cinepreneurs will be producing another film this year?
She was not widely known yet, but as a cinepreneur she knew that one day people would recognize her as a great screenwriter.
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When you get so high that you can see pictures in your eyes. When each movement is in slow motion and each move you make is a picture.
"Damn bro. This weed is so good "
"looks like you're "taking pictures with your eyes."