cinematograph

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cinematograph

Chiefly Brit
a combined camera, printer, and projector
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9) Arguably, the poem, written in Munich in October 1896 (presumably after a visit to the Oktoberfest), describes one of the very first performances of the cinematographe in Germany.
We will look at the specific political, social, economic, technological, and aesthetic factors that have influenced the shape and character of imaging practices in Cuba since the arrival of the cinematographe on the island in 1897.
In what is now accepted as the first film show in Canada, Louis Minier presented films using the Lumiere Cinematographe as part of the variety bill at Montreal's Palace theatre on St.
Philippine cinema, which had its genesis a mere two years after the invention of the cinematographe by the Lumiere brothers in 1895, has seen output drop from 160 films a year to about 90.
Screenings of the Lumieres' cinematographe were organized in Algiers and Oran in Algeria in 1896 and in Tunis in 1897.
One of the first motion picture cameras, the Lumiere brothers' cinematographe, famously combined the essential functions of camera, projector, and printer in one astonishingly lightweight and portable machine.
Edison's kinetescope and the Lumiere brothers' cinematographe.
for which Lynch and 39 other directors were asked to make a short film apiece using the original Cinematographe invented by the Lumiere Brothers 100 years earlier.
Doublier had responded to the desires of his market by producing a film specifically for it, even though that film claimed to show the events in the Dreyfus case of 1894, more than a year before the cinematographe was even invented.
On a cold December night in 1895, Antoine Lumiere invites a few friends to the first public display of his sons' new invention, the cinematographe.
Twenty-seven days later the brothers Lumiere gave the first London Cinematographe show in Regent Street.