Existing or occurring outside the frame of a movie or television screen.
Could hear sounds of offscreen mayhem.
Existing or occurring out of public view or knowledge; private.
Offscreen Sentence Examples
Offscreen, it seemed love was in the air too, and the couple were engaged on December 25, 2004.
Most football video games leave some action offscreen, forcing gamers either to ignore or to throw desperately to outside receivers that can't even be seen.
Cobalt blue Manolo Blahnik wedding shoes were popularized by Carrie's Sex and the City wedding debut, but offscreen the effect of such a daringly different fashion maneuver can absolutely slay the elegance of your bridal attire.
After starring with Miley Cyrus in The Last Song, they formed a romantic relationship offscreen as well.