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Contribution DiscussionNew posts in this threadPinned: List of Accepted Birth Years with Documentation.  (1 2 3 ...350 )
Quoting Gamemaster:
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And here's a screenshot from the credits for Nearest and Dearest for Mark Strong without a birth year.

Okay, that changes things.

A birth year is needed for Mark Strong (1963) to differentiate him from the one without a birth year who appeared in Nearest and Dearest

Nosferatu
Contribution DiscussionNew posts in this threadHow does one create a "disc ID alternate profile"?  (1 2 )
Quoting Danae Cassandra:
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For me, the other key is the word "video."  My take on that part of the rule is that a featurette is something that has been created or included for the video (DVD/blu-ray) release of the film.  Both of these were not created for that purpose, but were released as theatrical films in their own right. 

Just for clarification, when you say "a featurette is something that has been created or included for the video (DVD/blu-ray) release of the film", do you mean the initial release ONLY or any release?

For example, if a documentary about the film was created and included with the initial DVD release of the film, it would be considered a featurette.  Years later, this same documentary is included with the Blu-ray release of the film, is it a featurette or a bonus feature film?

My understanding is a featurette is not time dependant, it doesn't matter when it was created, is that right?

ObiKen