I am looking through film posters submitted here, and the headlining and subjects are kinda all over the place. I also see actors who are in the movie (but not on the poster) is credited.

I am thinking that the movie title could be the headlining and the actors depticted to be subjects. If there isn't a picture of the actors on the poster, they should't be included at all.

It's different for filmogs, but the posters here on posterogs isn't the movie, that's why I don't see the need to do that.

This poster for example: https://www.posterogs.com/poster/43928-10 should be credited only with the headlining "10" which is the movie. That way, all posters for this movie will be grouped together.

I edited "10" so that is a bad example. It looked like this before the changes: https://www.posterogs.com/poster/43937-watership-down

I am thinking that the movie title could be the headlining and the actors depticted to be subjects. If there isn't a picture of the actors on the poster, they should't be included at all.

I agree with this. The submission form has a bit of gig/concert poster bias, so sorry for the confusion.

This poster for example: https://www.posterogs.com/poster/43928-10 should be credited only with the headlining "10" which is the movie. That way, all posters for this movie will be grouped together.

Yes to this too! Love to see the grouping under movie title subject for clarity

Agree, it's a bit of a nightmare. Maybe the sub form could start with a "What type of poster are you to trying to submit?" drop-down and alter the fields accordingly.

^I've been thinking the same thing, would make it easier!

^^And maybe it should be in the guidelines.

Some submissions are all over the place:
https://www.posterogs.com/poster/9851-shoot-to-kill-27-x-41-original-film-poster

Delete: https://www.posterogs.com/poster/9418-star-wars-original-trilogy-r2d2-pepsi-stand-up-display

stand-ups not allowed as per guidelines

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