(Main articles: Drama, Film, and Television) When used to define a specific genre or type of film or television programme, drama is usually qualified with additional terms that specify its particular subgenre, such as "costume drama," "political drama," "courtroom drama," "domestic drama," or "comedy-drama." These terms tend to indicate a particular setting or subject-matter, or else they qualify the otherwise serious tone of a drama with elements that encourage a broader range of moods.

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  • Drama of dramatiek (afgeleid van het Oudgriekse woord δράμα ("drama") dat "handeling" betekent) is een literair genre dat gebruikt wordt om toneelstukken, boeken, films, televisieprogramma's en andere vormen van fictie te karakteriseren waarin bepaalde persoonlijke ontwikkelingen van een of meer personages centraal staan. Een drama behandelt doorgaans een emotioneel thema, waardoor de kijker of lezer zich in de personages kan inleven en zich met hen kan identificeren. Binnen het toneel vertoont het drama talrijke afsplitsingen, waarvan de belangrijkste het blijspel en het treurspel zijn. Hoewel drama een synoniem is van toneelstuk, wordt het gebruik van de term soms beperkt tot het ernstige toneel. (nl)
  • No campo da arte, a palavra drama contém múltiplos significados. Segundo os dicionários Houaiss e Aulete, "drama" pode significar: "forma narrativa em que se figura ou imita a ação direta dos indivíduos", "texto em verso ou prosa, escrito para ser encenado" ou mesmo a "encenação desse texto". Por analogia, pode ser, ainda, "qualquer narrativa no âmbito da prosa literária em que haja conflito ou atrito", podendo ser conto, novela, romance etc., ou mesmo toda a arte dramática. O termo é também encontrado no cinema, na televisão, no rádio, significando um texto ficcional, peça teatral ou filme de caráter "sério", não cômico, que apresenta um desenvolvimento de fatos e circunstâncias compatíveis com os da vida real. Na vida cotidiana, um conjunto de acontecimentos complicados, difíceis ou tumultuosos pode ser um drama, assim como um acontecimento que causa dano, sofrimento, dor. Mas estes são apenas alguns dos significados mais conhecidos. (pt)
  • Дра́ма — литературный (драматический), сценический и кинематографический жанр. Получил особое распространение в литературе XVIII—XXI веков, постепенно вытеснив другой жанр драматургии — трагедию, противопоставив ему преимущественно бытовой сюжет и более приближенную к обыденной реальности стилистику. С возникновением кинематографа перешёл также и в этот вид искусства, став одним из самых распространённых его жанров (см. соответствующую категорию). Драмы специфически изображают, как правило, частную жизнь человека и его социальные конфликты. При этом акцент часто делается на общечеловеческих противоречиях, воплощённых в поведении и поступках конкретных персонажей. (ru)
  • (Main articles: Drama, Film, and Television) When used to define a specific genre or type of film or television programme, drama is usually qualified with additional terms that specify its particular subgenre, such as "costume drama," "political drama," "courtroom drama," "domestic drama," or "comedy-drama." These terms tend to indicate a particular setting or subject-matter, or else they qualify the otherwise serious tone of a drama with elements that encourage a broader range of moods. All forms of cinema or television that involve fictional stories are forms of drama in the broader sense if their storytelling is achieved by means of actors who represent (mimesis) characters. In this broader sense, drama is a mode distinct from novels, short stories, and narrative poetry or songs. In the modern era before the birth of cinema or television, "drama" came to be used within the theatre as a generic term to describe a type of play that was neither a comedy nor a tragedy. It is this narrower sense that the film and television industries, along with film studies, adopted. "Radio drama" has been used in both senses—originally transmitted in a live performance, it has also been used to describe the more high-brow and serious end of the dramatic output of radio. (en)
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  • Drama of dramatiek (afgeleid van het Oudgriekse woord δράμα ("drama") dat "handeling" betekent) is een literair genre dat gebruikt wordt om toneelstukken, boeken, films, televisieprogramma's en andere vormen van fictie te karakteriseren waarin bepaalde persoonlijke ontwikkelingen van een of meer personages centraal staan. Een drama behandelt doorgaans een emotioneel thema, waardoor de kijker of lezer zich in de personages kan inleven en zich met hen kan identificeren. (nl)
  • No campo da arte, a palavra drama contém múltiplos significados. Segundo os dicionários Houaiss e Aulete, "drama" pode significar: "forma narrativa em que se figura ou imita a ação direta dos indivíduos", "texto em verso ou prosa, escrito para ser encenado" ou mesmo a "encenação desse texto". Por analogia, pode ser, ainda, "qualquer narrativa no âmbito da prosa literária em que haja conflito ou atrito", podendo ser conto, novela, romance etc., ou mesmo toda a arte dramática. (pt)
  • Дра́ма — литературный (драматический), сценический и кинематографический жанр. Получил особое распространение в литературе XVIII—XXI веков, постепенно вытеснив другой жанр драматургии — трагедию, противопоставив ему преимущественно бытовой сюжет и более приближенную к обыденной реальности стилистику. С возникновением кинематографа перешёл также и в этот вид искусства, став одним из самых распространённых его жанров (см. соответствующую категорию). (ru)
  • (Main articles: Drama, Film, and Television) When used to define a specific genre or type of film or television programme, drama is usually qualified with additional terms that specify its particular subgenre, such as "costume drama," "political drama," "courtroom drama," "domestic drama," or "comedy-drama." These terms tend to indicate a particular setting or subject-matter, or else they qualify the otherwise serious tone of a drama with elements that encourage a broader range of moods. (en)
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  • Drama (genre) (nl)
  • Drama (pt)
  • Драма (жанр) (ru)
  • Drama (film and television) (en)
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