A film, also known as a movie or a flick, (AUDIO: A Life in the Day) was a type of recorded audiovisual entertainment, described by Donna Noble as "talking pictures". (TV: The Unicorn and the Wasp) Film was also the material on which the entertainment was stored.

In 1953, Emma-Louise Cowell was an avid cinema goer. She particularly loved musicals. She and her best friend Kate went to see Calamity Jane five times and Emma later purchased the LP. After she and Diane Holmes were accidentally sent through the Cardiff Rift more than 50 years into the future, they were both astonished that films were sold in boxes, namely DVDs, and people could watch them at home. (TV: Out of Time)

In 1921, Martin Donaldson took Liv Chenka to see a silent film starring Buster Keaton. (AUDIO: A Life in the Day)

Harry Sillitoe's novel Saturday Night and Sunday Morning was made into a film in the 1960s. (PROSE: Time and Relative)

Selyoids could live on celluloid film, and manipulate the emotions of those who viewed a movie on which they were stored. (PROSE: Dying in the Sun)

Agatha Ellis thought cappuccinos only existed in film. (PROSE: Curtain Call)

The Night Travellers were freed in the Electro, a cinema built upon the Cardiff Rift, after film tape depicting them was played. (TV: From Out of the Rain)

By the 2010s, films could be streamed online, (AUDIO: Beachhead) often on Netflix. (AUDIO: Orr, TV: The Pilot, PROSE: Diamond Dogs, TV: Resolution)

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