attainment /əˈteɪnmənt/
(noun) something that you achieved
Example: The attainment of his ambitions was still a dream.

combine /kəmˈbaɪn/
(verb) to come together to form a single thing or group; to join two or more things or groups together to form a single one
Example: The director combined two previously separate visual techniques

continue /kənˈtɪnjuː/
(verb) to keep existing or happening without stopping
Example: The film continues the story set out in an earlier film

description /dɪˈskrɪpʃn/
(noun) a piece of writing or speech that says what somebody/something is like; the act of writing or saying in words what somebody/something is like
Example: The description of the film did not match what we saw on screen

disperse /dɪˈspɜːrs/
(verb) to move apart and go away in different directions; to make somebody/something do this
Example: Police dispersed the protesters with tear gas.

entertainment /ˌentərˈteɪnmənt/
(noun) films, music, etc. used to entertain people; an example of this
Example: There was not entertainment for children of guests at the hotel

influence /ˈɪnfluəns/
(noun) the effect that somebody/something has on the way a person thinks or behaves or on the way that something works or develops
Example: The producer was able to influence the town council to allow her to film in the park

range /reɪndʒ/
(noun) a variety of things of a particular type
Example: The range of the director's vision is impressive

release /rɪˈliːs/
(verb) to let somebody come out of a place where they have been kept or stuck and unable to leave or move
Example: The film was finally released to movie theaters after many delays

representation /ˌreprɪzenˈteɪʃn/
(noun) the act of presenting somebody/something in a particular way; something that shows or describes something
Example: The film's representation of world poverty through the character of the hungry child was quite moving

separately /ˈseprətli/
(adverb) as a separate person or thing; not together
Example: The theater was very crowded so we had to sit separately

successive /səkˈsesɪv/
(adjective) following immediately one after the other
Example: This was their fourth successive win.