verb (used with object)
to give a screen test to:
The studio screen-tested 400 children before casting the part.
verb (used without object)
to undergo a screen test:
Dozens of actors have screen-tested for the role.
a filmed audition to determine the suitability of an individual for appearing or acting in a motion picture.
a filmed audition of a prospective actor or actress to test suitability
the test film so made


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