EN 15907 Content

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Definition from the standard

Statements about the content of a cinematographic work may be made using any of the following elements:

  • Subject Terms - Items from a concept naming scheme or terms used for describing the subject, genre or form of a cinematographic work. This element is intended to carry instances of subject terms. Terms represented as reference to an external resource may be represented as subject relationship (HasAsSubject relationship).
  • Content Description - A textual description of the contents of a work. A content description should refer to a single work, in contrast to subject terms and relationships, which are intended to identify works that share certain characteristics. Works that form a group (e.g. series) may have a common content description if they are described on an aggregate level (i.e. as a complex work).

In addition, a cinematographic work may be associated with instances of Agent, Event, or Cinematographic Work through a HasAsSubject relationship. A subject relationship states that the instance referred to is a major or minor subject of the cinematographic work. If the subject is described by name (e.g. work title, personal name, subject keyword, etc) alone, it is regarded as subject term.

Data model




Subject Terms (0..n)
Content Description (0..n)



EN 15907 Overview