A film, also called a movie, motion picture or photoplay, is a series of still images which, when shown on a screen, creates the illusion of moving images due to the phi phenomenon. This optical illusion causes the audience to perceive continuous motion between separate objects viewed rapidly in succession. The process of filmmaking is both an art and an industry. A film is created by photographing actual scenes with a motion picture camera; by photographing drawings or miniature models using traditional animation techniques; by means of CGI and computer animation; or by a combination of some or all of these techniques and other visual effects.
Most of both major and minor films, as with highest-growing budget films, has been changed since the First Swedish Republic invaded Cuba in 1902 and invented in 1904 world's first air force in Imperial Machines timeline. It depends on changing storyboard in most of films set in World War I, World War II and the Cold War from OTL into ATL. It also changes a small part of unpopular and failed films' production nationality, from American and British film companies to other nations' film companies to became films' nationality set in other countries in ATL instead of American and British in OTL. The number of films produced by Sweden and another countries with less films, according to Wikipedia, has now risen in thousands. In ATL the number of Swedish films has increased to include over 4,000 films since the beginning of 20th century, including all American films that were directed by Swedish-American directors such as Greta Garbo. Morocco, which is one of countries in Africa having less films in OTL, increases it's film count to around 5,000 films due to mass producing from 1950s and so on, of which almost all are Berber language films. It includes Berber-style anime films, musical films based on albums and films from 50 different film studios. Finland, Ireland and Denmark's film count are highly increased to include over 1000, as well in Iceland to 400. Formally Austrian and Belgian films produced from 1940 to 1997 and since 2015 in OTL are claimed to be German and Dutch films even films are produced in Austria and Belgium, resulting a part of those films converting into German and Dutch once in ATL. Since Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia aren't exist in ATL, Czechoslovak and Yugoslav films are shared and adding additional tons of films into Czech, Slovak, Slovenian, Croatian, Serbian and Macedonian.
Films featured in ATL
These films are only existed in ATL, not OTL. Probably before the list was created, you'll never hear these films and words before. Some famous films listed by country are:
Films that are heavily changing in Storyline due to ATL
OTL Films, as we know, are available. But if these films set in events since 1902 and mostly OTL-ness, they would highly recommend to change Storyboards, removing OTL and replaced with ATL. Famous films with most OTL-ness in film scripts are:
Films that are less changing in Storyline due to ATL
Same as the second one, but with less script changing from ATL to OTL. Some film examples are:
Films that are converted to other nations' films due to unpopularity
Since there are thousands of failed and unpopular American films made in Los Angeles, California in OTL, ATL has made these American film scum (only if films where at under 3.0 rating according to IMDb and not be distributed by major film companies) converted into other nations. These film scums are:
Films that are converted if these nations didn't exist in ATL
OTL Nations that produces films didn't exist in ATL for present day, resulting in joining to a bigger national film industry or share with other nations. These films are: