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    film a moive

    Do we use the phrase 'film a movie' to mean 'shoot a movie' ? Thank you.

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    Re: film a moive

    Quote Originally Posted by jiamajia View Post
    Do we use the phrase 'film a movie' to mean 'shoot a movie' ? Thank you.
    Yes. In BrE, we would also say "making a film", or sometimes "shooting a film".

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    Re: film a moive

    Yes - shooting or making a film/movie, or filming (tout sec - no object).

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