1. satire


    Films that use wit, irony, or sarcasm to hold up human vices or foibles to ridicule or scorn.

  2. science fiction


    Film genre considered to be a sub-genre of horror or fantasy films, in the way that deal both deal with improbable creatures and improbable worlds. Science fiction films tend to use science fiction literature as their source material or it projects the possible development of a speculative future, such as the overpopulated and violent ones found such films as "Soylent Green" (1973) and "Blade Runner (1982).

  3. score


    Original and entire drafts or transcripts of musical compositions or arrangements. Typically having the parts of all the different instruments or voices written on staffs one above another, so that they can be read at a glance.

  4. SDDS


  5. series


  6. short film


    Films that are usually limited to a running time of less than 40 minutes.

  7. silent film


    Motion pictures made without a photographic or magnetic sound track carried on the physical medium of the film itself.

  8. snd


  9. sound


  10. sound film


    Cinematic film with accompanying recorded sound. It may have synchronized sound, or sound technologically coupled to the image. The term is used to distinguish such films from silent films.

  11. Stereo


  12. Stereo 2.0


  13. submitted manuscript under review


    Any version of a resource that is under formal review managed by a socially recognized publishing entity. The entity recognizes its responsibility to provide objective expert review and feedback to the author, and, ultimately, to pass judgment on the fitness of the resource for publication with an “accept” or “reject” decision. May have a version number or date stamp. Content and layout follow publisher’s submission requirements.

  14. Surround 5.1