EN 15907 Identifying Title

From filmstandards.org

Revision as of 17:13, 10 September 2011 by Dbalzer (talk | contribs) (Data model)
(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)

Definition from the standard

A short phrase for identifying a cinematographic work, to be used e.g. in human-readable result lists from database queries. The primary part of an identifying title should be taken from actual titles appearing at the variant, manifestation, or item level. It may be supplemented for disambiguation with data such as a Genre term, the Year of Reference, the Country of Reference, a key Agent such as the director, etc.

Since the identifying title is defined to depend entirely on information contained in other data elements, it may be derived by an automatic procedure base on a set of rules. Rules for constructing an identifying title may be adapted from existing specifications such as library cataloguing rules, or devised independently for a specific audience or purpose.

Data model


0..1 for Cinematographic Work


origin (optional)



EN 15907 Overview