One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A film made for or broadcast on television.
- ‘A whole phalanx of major entertainment industry players have put themselves on the line to get this telefilm made.’
- ‘It also plans to make telefilms and current affairs programmes, according to the Director of the serial.’
- ‘The students would have never imagined that by shooting a one-hour telefilm on the campus within 15 days, they would be revealing a synergy of sorts.’
- ‘Going by the brief synopsis available, this telefilm focuses on sin and its origins in the context of the injustice and violence seen in the world today.’
- ‘A short or a telefilm with lesser actors could have served the purpose too.’
- ‘The telefilm focuses on the problems faced by a young widow, Sophia, who loses her husband, Martin, seven months after their marriage.’
- ‘The result was the telefilm, ‘Malavazhi,’ based on a play they had produced earlier.’
- ‘The epic play on AIDS and gay themes has become a stirring monumental telefilm.’
- ‘It might seem like a paradox, but telefilms and serial shows begin to lose their appeal after a while, and there is an urge to curl up with an interesting book, in a comfortable chair well away from the television set and the stereo system.’
- ‘The telefilm will be aired by a TV channel to coincide with the Golden Jubilee of the formation of the State Legislature.’
- ‘These few seconds of telefilm speak volumes about social progress for African Americans.’
- ‘He directed his first telefilm in 1987.’
- ‘I have choreographed a lot of fashion shows and acted in telefilms that were either related to dancing or have a dance sequence,’ she points out.’
- ‘His new one is an awareness telefilm on road accidents and first-aid.’
- ‘But unlike feature films, telefilms generally become unavailable even if they are excellent productions.’
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