showreel - meaning and definition. What is showreel
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showreel         
  • An example of a cinematography showreel
SHORT VIDEO SHOWCASING A PERSON'S PREVIOUS WORK
Show reel; Demo reel; Actors Showreel; Sizzle reel; Audition reel; Actor's showreel; Showreel (actors)
¦ noun a short videotape containing examples of an actor's or director's work for showing to potential employers.
Showreel         
  • An example of a cinematography showreel
SHORT VIDEO SHOWCASING A PERSON'S PREVIOUS WORK
Show reel; Demo reel; Actors Showreel; Sizzle reel; Audition reel; Actor's showreel; Showreel (actors)
A showreel (also known as a demo reel, sizzle reel, or work reel) is a short video showcasing a person's previous work used by many kinds of people involved in filmmaking and other media, including actors, animators, lighting designers, editors, and models. Usually 2 to 3 minutes in length and consisting of footage from different projects, a showreel typically supplements a résumé and is used to promote the person to talent agents, producers, and casting directors.
Gunn Report         
The Gunn Report and Showreel of the Year, authored by Donald Gunn and Emma Wilkie, is an annual publication identifying and detailing the most awarded new work within the advertising industry.

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Showreel
A showreel (also known as a demo reel, sizzle reel, or work reel) is a short video showcasing a person's previous work used by many kinds of people involved in filmmaking and other media, including actors, animators, lighting designers, editors, and models. Usually 2 to 3 minutes in length and consisting of footage from different projects, a showreel typically supplements a résumé and is used to promote the person to talent agents, producers, and casting directors.
Examples of use of showreel
1. Chingaari serves as a showreel to showcase Sush’s prowess and abilities.
2. At best, James seems like a showreel to launch an action hero (Mohit Ahlawat) more than anything else!
3. To be at this game was like sitting through four fifths of a Harry Potter film only to find, inexplicably, that the showreel gets changed and is replaced with the closing stages of The Exorcist.