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Properties for filmsEdit

Core propertiesEdit

This is a somewhat random first group made for statistical purposes.

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
instance ofP31Iteminstance of: that class of which this subject is a particular example and member (subject typically an individual member with a proper name label); different from P279; using this property as a qualifier is deprecated—use P2868 or P3831 instead
value = film (Q11424), short film (Q24862), television film (Q506240), anthology film (Q336144)
12 Angry Men <instance of> film-
titleP1476Monolingual textoriginal title and title: published title of a work, such as a newspaper article, a literary work, a website, or a performance work
language = original language
Wikidata qualifier: ISO 9:1995 (P2183), transliteration (P2440)
12 Angry Men <title> 12 Angry Men (English)-
publication dateP577Point in timedate of publication: date or point in time when a work was first published or released
Wikidata qualifier: place of publication (P291) (country, film festival, geographic region). List each place in a separate statement
12 Angry Men <publication date> 1957-
original language of film or TV showP364Itemoriginal language: language in which a film or a performance work was originally created. Deprecated for written works; use P407 ("language of work or name") instead.
• silent film → Q21686005
12 Angry Men <original language of film or TV show> English-
genreP136Itemgenre: creative work's genre or an artist's field of work (P101). Use main subject (P921) to relate creative works to their topicE.T. the Extra-Terrestrial <genre> science fiction film-
directorP57Itemdirector: director(s) of film, TV-series, stageplay, video game or similar12 Angry Men <director> Sidney Lumet-
cast memberP161Itemactor, film actor, television actor, opera singer, ballet dancer, stage actor, animal actor, performing artist, seiyū, cast member, pornographic actor and radio actor: actor in the subject production [use "character role" (P453) and/or "name of the character role" (P4633) as qualifiers] [use "voice actor" (P725) for voice-only role]
Wikidata qualifier: character role (P453), named as (P1810)
12 Angry Men <cast member> Martin Balsam-
director of photographyP344Itemcinematographer: person responsible for the framing, lighting, and filtration of the subject work12 Angry Men <director of photography> Boris Kaufman-
screenwriterP58Itemscreenwriter: person(s) who wrote the script for subject item12 Angry Men <screenwriter> Reginald Rose-


Main propertiesEdit

Most complete items about films would have these properties and the above core properties.

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
film editorP1040Itemfilm editor: Person who works with the raw footage, selecting shots and combining them into sequences to create a finished motion picture12 Angry Men <film editor> Carl Lerner-
producerP162Itemfilm producer and record producer: person(s) who produced the film, musical work, theatrical production, etc. (for film, this does not include executive producers, associate producers, etc.) [for production company, use P272, video games - use P178]12 Angry Men <producer> Henry Fonda-
narrative locationP840Itemgeographic setting of film: the narrative of the work is set in this location12 Angry Men <narrative location> New York City-
filming locationP915Itemfilming location: actual place where this scene/film was shot. For the setting, use "narrative location" (P840)Lucy <filming location> Cité du Cinéma-
country of originP495Itemcountry of origin: country of origin of this item (creative work, food, phrase, product, etc.)12 Angry Men <country of origin> United States of America-

Other propertiesEdit

Occasionally used

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
executive producerP1431Itemexecutive producer: executive producer of a movie or TV showLucy <executive producer> Marc Shmuger-
production companyP272Itemproduction company: company that produced this film, audio or performing arts workThe Scarlet Runner <production company> Vitagraph Studios-
composerP86Itemcomposer: person(s) who wrote the music [for lyricist, use "lyrics by" (P676)]The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz <composer> John Dragonetti-
voice actorP725Itemvoice actor: performer of a spoken role in a creative work such as animation, video game, radio drama, or dubbing over [use "character role" (P453) as qualifier] [use "cast member" (P161) for live acting]Träume (NWDR 1951) <voice actor> Erich Schellow-
based onP144Itembased on: the work(s) used as the basis for subject item12 Angry Men <based on> Twelve Angry Menderivative work
after a work byP1877Itemcreative work: artist whose work strongly inspired/ was copied in this itemQ4189984 <after a work by> Ray Bradbury-
main subjectP921Itemtopic: primary topic of a work (see also P180: depicts)12 Angry Men <main subject> jury-
set in periodP2408Itemhistorical period: historical, contemporary or future period the work is set inMary Poppins <set in period> Edwardian era-
list of charactersP1881ItemWikimedia list of fictional characters: Wikimedia page with the list of characters for this work12 Angry Men <list of characters> jury-
soundtrack releaseP406Itemsoundtrack album, soundtrack single and soundtrack extended play: music release that incorporates music directly recorded from the soundtrack of an audiovisual workSkyfall <soundtrack release> Skyfall: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack-
colorP462Itemcolor: color of subject
value=black-and-white (Q838368), color (Q22006653)
Metropolis <color> black-and-white-
aspect ratioP2061Itemaspect ratio: image width to height ratio of films, photographs, and other imagesE.T. the Extra-Terrestrial <aspect ratio> Q21037379-
average shot lengthP2208Quantityaverage shot length: cinemetrical measureThe Bourne Supremacy <average shot length> 2.4 seconds-
significant eventP793Itemkey event: significant or notable events associated with the subject
value=principal photography (Q1256415), Wikidata qualifier: start time (P580), end time (P582);
value=lost film (Q1268687)
Spectre <significant event> principal photography-
part of the seriesP179Itemseries and series of creative works: series which contains the subject
Wikidata qualifier: follows (P155), followed by (P156), series ordinal (P1545)
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe <part of the series> The Chronicles of Narnia-
said to be the same asP460Itemsynonym and Wikimedia duplicated page: this item is said to be the same as that item, but the statement is disputed
For multiple-language version film (Q2518205): Wikidata qualifier: criterion used (P1013)= multiple-language version film (Q2518205)
Maidilibala <said to be the same as> Uskhal Khan Tögüs Temür-
has qualityP1552Itemquality: the entity has an inherent or distinguishing non-material characteristic
Wikidata qualifier: title (P1476)
Naked Gun 33⅓: The Final Insult <has quality> title for Quebec-
codenameP1638Monolingual textworking title: temporary name of a product or project used during its developmentBridge of Spies <codename> St. James Place-
costP2130Quantitycost: amount of money spent on building or producing an objectCreasyville Covered Bridge <cost> 301.25 United States dollar-
box officeP2142Quantitybox office: box office takings accumulated by a filmSkyfall <box office> 1,108,561,013 United States dollar-
narratorP2438Itemstoryteller and narrator: narrator, character or person that tells the storyAdventures of Huckleberry Finn <narrator> Huckleberry Finn-
costume designerP2515Itemcostume designer: person who designed the costumes for a film, television programme, etcThe Revenant <costume designer> Jacqueline West-
production designerP2554Itemproduction designer: production designer(s) of this motion picture, play, video game or similarGone with the Wind <production designer> William Cameron Menzies-


Main qualifiersEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
character roleP453Itemrole: specific role played or filled by subject -- use only as qualifier of "cast member" (P161), "voice actor" (P725)
cast member (P161)
12 Angry Men <cast member> Martin Balsam
<character role> Juror n.1
performer
named asP1810Stringcredit name: name by which a subject is recorded in a database or mentioned as a contributor of a work
cast member (P161), director (P57) ..
A Fistful of Dollars <director> Sergio Leone
<named as> Bob Robertson
-
ISO 9:1995P2183StringISO 9: the Latin transliteration of Cyrillic text (used as qualifier)
title (P1476)
History of the Arkanar Massacre <title> Трудно быть богом
<ISO 9:1995> Trudno byt bogom
-
transliterationP2440Stringtransliteration: conversion of text to alternate script (use as a qualifier for monolingual text statements; please use specific property if possible)
title (P1476)
Seven Samurai <title> 七人の侍
<transliteration> Shichinin no samurai
-


Awards and ratingsEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
award receivedP166Itemaward and honorary citizenship: award or recognition received by a person, organisation or creative work12 Angry Men <award received> Golden Bearwinner
review scoreP444Stringreview score received by a creative work or other entityE.T. the Extra-Terrestrial <review score> 4/4-
nominated forP1411Itemaward nomination received by a person, organisation or creative work (inspired from "award received" (Property:P166))12 Angry Men <nominated for> Academy Award for Best Picturenominee
intended publicP2360Itemtarget audience: this work, product, object or event is intended for, or has been designed to that person or group of people, animals, plants, etcNaive Set Theory <intended public> teenager-
MPAA film ratingP1657ItemMPAA classification category: US film classification administered by the Motion Picture Association of AmericaStar Wars Episode IV: A New Hope <MPAA film rating> PG-
FSK film ratingP1981ItemFSK rating category: permitted audience of a film, according to the German film-rating system (add Prüfnummer with qualifier "P2676")Reservoir Dogs <FSK film rating> FSK 18-
NMHH film ratingP2363ItemNMHH classification: rating of a film in the Hungarian film rating systemThe Man from U.N.C.L.E. <NMHH film rating> Category III-
CNC film rating (France)P2758Itemfilm classification category (CNC): category assigned to a film by the Board of Film Classification (CNC) which what audiences may view it in FranceFight Club <CNC film rating (France)> no minors under sixteen (16)-
Filmiroda ratingP2747ItemFilmiroda rating system: rating of a film in the former (2004–2011) Hungarian film rating systemTinker Tailor Soldier Spy <Filmiroda rating> Category III-
EIRIN film ratingP2756ItemEIRIN film rating category: category in the Japanese film rating system (add EIRIN number with qualifier P2676)Ushimitsu no mura <EIRIN film rating> R18+-
RTC film ratingP3834ItemRTC film classification system: rating of a film in the Mexican film classification systemLogan <RTC film rating> C-
INCAA film ratingP3428ItemINCAA rating system: rating of a movie in the Argentinian content rating systemNine Queens <INCAA film rating> +13-
JMK film ratingP3650ItemJMK classification system: rating of a film in the Austrian film rating systemAmour <JMK film rating> free from 12 years-
KMRB film ratingP3818ItemKMRB rating system: rating of a film in the South Korean film/video rating systemThe Handmaiden <KMRB film rating> 19-
RTC film ratingP3834ItemRTC film classification system: rating of a film in the Mexican film classification systemLogan <RTC film rating> C-
FPB ratingP4437ItemFPB rating system: rating of a film or video game in the South African media content rating systemThe Wound <FPB rating> 16-
IGAC ratingP5150ItemIGAC classification system: rating of a film or theatrical production in the Portuguese classification systemWhat Now? Remind Me <IGAC rating> M/12-
KAVI ratingP5152ItemKuvaohjelmien ikärajat Suomessa: rating in the Finnish film and television rating systemThe Fencer <KAVI rating> 7-
IMDA ratingP5201ItemIMDA classification system: rating in the Singaporean film and video game rating systemPop Aye <IMDA rating> M18-


External identifiersEdit

See /identifiers

television seriesEdit

SeriesEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
instance ofP31Iteminstance of: that class of which this subject is a particular example and member (subject typically an individual member with a proper name label); different from P279; using this property as a qualifier is deprecated—use P2868 or P3831 instead
value=television series (Q5398426), animated series (Q581714)
Supernatural <instance of> television series-
titleP1476Monolingual textoriginal title and title: published title of a work, such as a newspaper article, a literary work, a website, or a performance work
Original title
Supernatural <title> Supernatural-
list of episodesP1811Itemepisode: link to the article with the list of episodes for this seriesSupernatural <list of episodes> list of Supernatural episodes-
original networkP449Itembroadcaster: network(s) the radio or television show was originally aired on, not including later re-runs or additional syndicationHouse of Cards <original network> Netflix-
number of episodesP1113Quantitynumber of episodes in a film/TV/radio series
Wikidata qualifier: point in time (P585), criterion used (P1013)
House of Cards <number of episodes> 73-
original language of film or TV showP364Itemoriginal language: language in which a film or a performance work was originally created. Deprecated for written works; use P407 ("language of work or name") instead.Supernatural <original language of film or TV show> English-
number of seasonsP2437Quantitytelevision series season: number of seasons a television or radio series has hadHappy Tree Friends <number of seasons> 5-
has qualityP1552Itemquality: the entity has an inherent or distinguishing non-material characteristicFriends <has quality> episode title format-
start timeP580Point in timestart time: time an item begins to exist or a statement starts being valid
date of first broadcast of pilot or first episode
Supernatural <start time> 13 September 2005-
end timeP582Point in timeend time: time an item ceases to exist or a statement stops being valid
date of first broadcast of last episode, don't add for ongoing series
Friends <end time> 6 May 2004-
significant eventP793Itemkey event: significant or notable events associated with the subject
value=television pilot (Q653916), Wikidata qualifier: statement is subject of (P805), qualifier value=item for series' pilot
Supernatural <significant event> television pilot-
has partP527Itemhas part, consist of and meronymy: part of this subject; inverse property of "part of" (P361). See also "has parts of the class" (P2670).
Wikidata qualifier: series ordinal (P1545)
Supernatural <has part> Supernatural, season 2part of
series spin-offP2512Itemspin-off: series' spin-offsAll in the Family <series spin-off> Maude-
list of charactersP1881ItemWikimedia list of fictional characters: Wikimedia page with the list of characters for this workSupernatural <list of characters> list of Supernatural characters-
charactersP674Itemfictional character: characters which appear in this item (like plays, operas, operettas, books, comics, films, TV series, video games)
Wikidata qualifier: narrative role (P5800)
Supernatural <characters> present in work

SeasonEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
instance ofP31Iteminstance of: that class of which this subject is a particular example and member (subject typically an individual member with a proper name label); different from P279; using this property as a qualifier is deprecated—use P2868 or P3831 instead
value=television series season (Q3464665) }
Supernatural, season 2 <instance of> television series season-
part of the seriesP179Itemseries and series of creative works: series which contains the subject
Wikidata qualifier: series ordinal (P1545), follows (P155), followed by (P156)
Supernatural, season 2 <part of the series> Supernatural-
number of episodesP1113Quantitynumber of episodes in a film/TV/radio seriesSupernatural, season 2 <number of episodes> 22-
start timeP580Point in timestart time: time an item begins to exist or a statement starts being validSupernatural, season 2 <start time> September 28, 2006-
end timeP582Point in timeend time: time an item ceases to exist or a statement stops being validSupernatural, season 2 <end time> May 17, 2007-
has partP527Itemhas part, consist of and meronymy: part of this subject; inverse property of "part of" (P361). See also "has parts of the class" (P2670).
Wikidata qualifier: series ordinal (P1545)
Supernatural, season 2 <has part> Nightshifterpart of


EpisodeEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
instance ofP31Iteminstance of: that class of which this subject is a particular example and member (subject typically an individual member with a proper name label); different from P279; using this property as a qualifier is deprecated—use P2868 or P3831 instead
value=television series episode (Q21191270); more specific: two-part episode (Q21664088) / segment of a TV episode (Q29555881); if longer: television film (Q506240); not episode (Q1983062).
What Lies Beneath <instance of> television series episode-
titleP1476Monolingual textoriginal title and title: published title of a work, such as a newspaper article, a literary work, a website, or a performance work
Original title
What Lies Beneath <title> What Lies Beneath-
part of the seriesP179Itemseries and series of creative works: series which contains the subject
Wikidata qualifier: series ordinal (P1545)
What Lies Beneath <part of the series> Casualty-
seasonP4908Itemtelevision series season and web series season: season of a television show
Wikidata qualifier: series ordinal (P1545)
What Lies Beneath <season> Casualty, season 30-
directorP57Itemdirector: director(s) of film, TV-series, stageplay, video game or similarWhat Lies Beneath <director> Sean Glynn-
screenwriterP58Itemscreenwriter: person(s) who wrote the script for subject itemWhat Lies Beneath <screenwriter> Dominique Moloney-
followsP155Itemfollows: immediately prior item in a series of which the subject is a part [if the subject has replaced the preceding item, e.g. political offices, use "replaces" (P1365)]What Lies Beneath <follows> History Repeatingfollowed by
followed byP156Itemfollowed by: immediately following item in a series of which the subject is a part [if the subject has been replaced, e.g. political offices, use "replaced by" (P1366)]What Lies Beneath <followed by> Where the Truth Liesfollows
production codeP2364Stringproduction code number: production code of a television episodeKif Gets Knocked Up a Notch <production code> 4ACV01-
publication dateP577Point in timedate of publication: date or point in time when a work was first published or releasedWhat Lies Beneath <publication date> 3 July 2016-

dubbingEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
instance ofP31Iteminstance of: that class of which this subject is a particular example and member (subject typically an individual member with a proper name label); different from P279; using this property as a qualifier is deprecated—use P2868 or P3831 instead
value=dubbing of film (Q26204053)
French dubbing of Spectre <instance of> dubbing of film-
edition or translation ofP629Itemversion, edition, or translation: is an edition or translation of this entityCapitán América: El primer vengador <edition or translation of> Captain America: The First Avengerhas edition
language of work or nameP407Itemlanguage: language associated with this creative work (such as books, shows, songs, or websites) or a name (for persons use P103 and P1412)Capitán América: El primer vengador <language of work or name> Spanish-
titleP1476Monolingual textoriginal title and title: published title of a work, such as a newspaper article, a literary work, a website, or a performance work
language = original language
Wikidata qualifier: ISO 9:1995 (P2183), transliteration (P2440)
Capitán América: El primer vengador <title> Capitán América: El primer vengador (Spanish)-
publication dateP577Point in timedate of publication: date or point in time when a work was first published or released
Wikidata qualifier: place of publication (P291) (country, film festival, geographic region)
Capitán América: El primer vengador <publication date> 2011-08-05-
translatorP655Itemtranslator: person who adapts a creative work to another languageCapitán América: El primer vengador <translator> Quico Rovira-Beleta-
directorP57Itemdirector: director(s) of film, TV-series, stageplay, video game or similarCapitán América: El primer vengador <director> Gonzalo Abril-
voice actorP725Itemvoice actor: performer of a spoken role in a creative work such as animation, video game, radio drama, or dubbing over [use "character role" (P453) as qualifier] [use "cast member" (P161) for live acting]
Wikidata qualifier: character role (P453), named as (P1810)
Capitán América: El primer vengador <voice actor> Raúl Llorens-
character roleP453Itemrole: specific role played or filled by subject -- use only as qualifier of "cast member" (P161), "voice actor" (P725)
cast member (P161)
Capitán América: El primer vengador <cast member> Steve Rogers
<character role> Raúl Llorens
performer

film festivalEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
instance ofP31Iteminstance of: that class of which this subject is a particular example and member (subject typically an individual member with a proper name label); different from P279; using this property as a qualifier is deprecated—use P2868 or P3831 instead
value=film festival (Q220505)
Q20198373 <instance of> film festival-
main subjectP921Itemtopic: primary topic of a work (see also P180: depicts)international short film festival cellu l’art <main subject> short film-
locationP276Itemlocation: location of the item, physical object or event is within. In case of an administrative entity use P131. In case of a distinct terrain feature use P706.Midnight Sun Film Festival <location> Sodankylä-
countryP17Itemcountry: sovereign state of this item; don't use on humansGlasgow Film Festival <country> United Kingdom-
time period of periodically occurring eventP2257Quantityrecurring: standard nominal interval between scheduled or regularly recurring events. Include unit of time, e.g. "year" (Q577)
unit =year (Q577)
French Film Festival Tübingen/Stuttgart <time period of periodically occurring event> 1 year-
inceptionP571Point in timedate of establishment: date or point in time when the subject came into existence as definedVenice Film Festival <inception> 1932dissolved, abolished or demolished
dissolved, abolished or demolishedP576Point in timedissolved, abolished or demolished date: point in time at which the subject (organisation, building) ceased to exist; see "date of official closure" (P3999) for closing a facility, "service retirement" (P730) for retiring equipment, "discontinued date" (P2669) for stopping a productCopenhagen International Film Festival <dissolved, abolished or demolished> 2008inception
short nameP1813Monolingual textabbreviation: short name of a place, organisation, person etc.Transilvania International Film Festival <short name> TIFF-
official websiteP856URLofficial website and home page: URL of the official homepage of an item (current or former) [if the homepage changes, add an additional statement with preferred rank. Do not remove the former URL]Facebook <official website> https://www.facebook.com-

Specific editionsEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
instance ofP31Iteminstance of: that class of which this subject is a particular example and member (subject typically an individual member with a proper name label); different from P279; using this property as a qualifier is deprecated—use P2868 or P3831 instead29th Torino Film Festival <instance of> film festival edition-
part of the seriesP179Itemseries and series of creative works: series which contains the subject
value=item for the film festival
29th Torino Film Festival <part of the series> Torino Film Festival-
point in timeP585Point in timepoint in time: time and date something took place, existed or a statement was true
Precision=year (Q577)
Bari International Film Festival 2015 <point in time> 2015-
start timeP580Point in timestart time: time an item begins to exist or a statement starts being valid1999 Cannes Film Festival <start time> 12 May 1999-
end timeP582Point in timeend time: time an item ceases to exist or a statement stops being valid1999 Cannes Film Festival <end time> 23 May 1999-


Institutions and organizationsEdit

film archiveEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
instance ofP31Iteminstance of: that class of which this subject is a particular example and member (subject typically an individual member with a proper name label); different from P279; using this property as a qualifier is deprecated—use P2868 or P3831 instead
value=film archive (Q726929)/cinematheque (Q1352795). If the institution has other functions, add other P31 as well.
Cinémathèque Française <instance of> cinematheque-
native labelP1705Monolingual textnative label: label for item in its official or original languageQ5769655 <native label> Cinemateca Boliviana-
countryP17Itemcountry: sovereign state of this item; don't use on humansFilmmuseum Austria <country> Austria-
coordinate locationP625Geographic coordinatesgeographic coordinate system: geocoordinates of the subject. For Earth, please note that only WGS84 coordinating system is supported at the momentArmenian National Cinematheque <coordinate location> -
located in the administrative territorial entityP131Itemadministrative territorial entity: the item is located on the territory of the following administrative entity. Use P276 (location) for specifying the location of non-administrative places and for items about eventsHarvard Film Archive <located in the administrative territorial entity> Cambridge-
located at street address (DEPRECATED)P969Stringuse P6375 insteadCineteca di Bologna <located at street address (DEPRECATED)> Riva di Reno 72, 40122 Bologna-
inceptionP571Point in timedate of establishment: date or point in time when the subject came into existence as definedDanish Film Institute <inception> 1972dissolved, abolished or demolished
imageP18Commons media fileillustration and image: image of relevant illustration of the subject; if available, use more specific properties (sample: coat of arms image, locator map, flag image, signature image, logo image, collage image); only images which exist on Wikimedia Commons are acceptableNational Film and Sound Archive <image> File:National Film and Sound Archive.jpg-
official websiteP856URLofficial website and home page: URL of the official homepage of an item (current or former) [if the homepage changes, add an additional statement with preferred rank. Do not remove the former URL]Cinemateca Brasileira <official website> http://www.cinemateca.gov.br/-


movie theaterEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
instance ofP31Iteminstance of: that class of which this subject is a particular example and member (subject typically an individual member with a proper name label); different from P279; using this property as a qualifier is deprecated—use P2868 or P3831 instead
value=movie theater (Q41253)
Teatro Faenza <instance of> movie theater-
countryP17Itemcountry: sovereign state of this item; don't use on humansApollo-Theater <country> Germany-
coordinate locationP625Geographic coordinatesgeographic coordinate system: geocoordinates of the subject. For Earth, please note that only WGS84 coordinating system is supported at the momentCinema Teatro Aurora <coordinate location> -
located in the administrative territorial entityP131Itemadministrative territorial entity: the item is located on the territory of the following administrative entity. Use P276 (location) for specifying the location of non-administrative places and for items about eventsChicago Theatre <located in the administrative territorial entity> Chicago-
located at street address (DEPRECATED)P969Stringuse P6375 insteadEmpire Leicester Square <located at street address (DEPRECATED)> 5 Leicester Square, London, WC2H 7NA, England-
inceptionP571Point in timedate of establishment: date or point in time when the subject came into existence as definedCentral Theatre <inception> dissolved, abolished or demolished
heritage designationP1435Itemhistoric preservation and heritage designation: heritage designation of a cultural or natural siteFox Theater <heritage designation> -
imageP18Commons media fileillustration and image: image of relevant illustration of the subject; if available, use more specific properties (sample: coat of arms image, locator map, flag image, signature image, logo image, collage image); only images which exist on Wikimedia Commons are acceptableKinoteatr Rodina <image> File:Cinema Rodina in Barnaul.JPG-
official websiteP856URLofficial website and home page: URL of the official homepage of an item (current or former) [if the homepage changes, add an additional statement with preferred rank. Do not remove the former URL]Cinemateca Brasileira <official website> http://www.cinemateca.gov.br/-
Commons categoryP373StringCommons category: name of the Wikimedia Commons category containing files related to this item (without the prefix "Category:")Teatre Tívoli <Commons category> Teatre Tívoli (Barcelona)-


Properties for filmographies and lists of filmsEdit

lists of filmsEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
instance ofP31Iteminstance of: that class of which this subject is a particular example and member (subject typically an individual member with a proper name label); different from P279; using this property as a qualifier is deprecated—use P2868 or P3831 insteadlist of films set in Portugal <instance of> Wikimedia list article-
is a list ofP360Itemcommon element between all listed itemslist of films set in Portugal <is a list of> filmhas list
category related to listP1754ItemWikimedia category: Wikimedia category equivalent to a Wikimedia listlist of films set in Portugal <category related to list> Category:Films set in Portugallist related to category
countryP17Itemcountry: sovereign state of this item; don't use on humans
if applicable
list of films set in Portugal <country> Portugal-

filmography (Q1371849)Edit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
instance ofP31Iteminstance of: that class of which this subject is a particular example and member (subject typically an individual member with a proper name label); different from P279; using this property as a qualifier is deprecated—use P2868 or P3831 instead
if the list is called "filmography" in one language or the other
Ronald Reagan filmography <instance of> filmography-
named afterP138Itemeponym and memorial society: entity or event that inspired the subject's name, or namesake (in at least one language)Ronald Reagan filmography <named after> Ronald Reagan-
performerP175Itemperforming artist, music artist, musician, band, musical ensemble, singer, various artists and actor: actor, musician, band or other performer associated with this role or musical work
if performer is applicable
Ronald Reagan filmography <performer> Ronald Reagancharacter role

list of episodes for specific seasons of TV seriesEdit

Use #Season

LabelEdit

film

The label of a film item would generally just use the title of film in the language of the label (e.g. Q151599 => "Metropolis").

Films that haven't been released yet could use the working title as label. If no working title is available, "untitled <name of director> film" can do. For series, the name of the series followed by the next ordinal number might be useful (e.g. "Bond 35", "Star Wars 15", ...).

television series season

Name of the series followed by ", season" and the number of the season (e.g. Q1223179 => "Supernatural, season 2").

DescriptionEdit

If we have director (P57), publication date (P577) and instance of (P31), we can use a bot to add the description. Some examples:

  1. 1911 short film by David Wark Griffith
  2. 1911 short film by David Wark Griffith, Sidney Olcott
  3. 1911 short film if the director is unknown
  4. 2019 film

Items without descriptions get automatically similar auto-descriptions.