A creative work is a manifestation of creative effort including fine artwork (sculpture, paintings, drawing, sketching, performance art), dance, writing (literature), filmmaking, and musical composition. Creative works require a creative mindset and are not typically rendered in an arbitrary fashion although some works demonstrate a degree of arbitrariness, such that it is improbable that two people would independently create the same work. At its base, creative work involves two main steps—having an idea, and then turning that idea into a substantive form or process. The creative process can involve one or more individuals.
- For a New Liberty - Book by Murray Rothbard in which he advocated anarchic libertarianism, first published in 1973
- Freeman, The - Flagship publication of the Foundation for Economic Education, published between 2 Oct 1950 and autumn of 2016
- Fahrenheit 451 - 1966 movie based on the Ray Bradbury novel depicting a society where books have been outlawed
- Fall Out - Final episode of The Prisoner, where Number Six gets to meet Number One
- Farewell My Concubine - 1993 Chinese film recounting the life of two Beijing Opera performers
- Fiction Books - Literary works not based on fact, like novels or short stories
- Films - Moving pictures representing fictional or real-life events
- First Blood - 1982 movie about John Rambo, a Vietnam War veteran
- Fountainhead, The - 1949 movie based on Ayn Rand's novel about architect Howard Roark
- Free For All - Fourth broadcast episode of The Prisoner, where Number Six becomes Number Two for a short while
- Freeman, The - Weekly magazine originated by Albert Jay Nock, published between 1920 and 1924
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