Definition of filmography in English:

filmography

Syllabification: film·og·ra·phy
Pronunciation: /filˈmägrəfē
 
/

noun (plural filmographies)

A list of films by one director or actor, or on one subject.
More example sentences
  • A filmography, listing all films mentioned throughout, is at the end of the article.
  • The theatrical trailer and unusually detailed bio / filmographies for the lead actors and the writer/director round out the content.
  • Your filmography is dominated by films directed by women featuring complex, central female characters.

Origin

1960s: from film + -graphy, on the pattern of bibliography.

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