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From "cinematography," cine refers to motion pictures shot on film and viewed on a flat, white surface with a film projector. From the Greek "kine," which means motion, the term was commonly used for home movies shot with 8, Super 8, 9.5 and 16mm film. "Cine," which is pronounced "sin-uh" as in "sin-uh-muh" (cinema), is a common prefix in the movie industry even in the days of digital. See cine-oriented, cinema and digital cinema.


From a 16mm Projector
This was the label on the lamp housing of a Victor 16mm film projector made in the 1930s.
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The CINE Golden Eagle Award acknowledges high-quality production in a variety of content categories for professional, independent and student filmmakers.
Being acknowledged with a coveted CINE Golden Eagle Award for 'Lincoln and Lee at Antietam - The Cost of Freedom' has been one of the greatest honors I have received in my film and television career thus far.
We are thrilled to have this incredibly generous support from History, which is a provider of quality programming for this historic occasion in the CINE's life," said CINE Board President Donald Thoms.
CINE is nationally and internationally recognized for its prestigious and highly acclaimed film and video peer-review competitions, which are held twice annually and culminate every spring in the gala awards event.
Lasergraphics received its award at the 46th Annual CINE Golden Eagle Film and Video Awards Gala held on April 14, 2005, at the Grosvenor Auditorium of the National Geographic Society in Washington, D.
The accountable partner spends about 10% of his time on matters related to the act and is the "gatekeeper, so to speak, who has the responsibility for tracking changes," Cines says.
NYSE Amex: BTN), a provider of digital cinema projection equipment and services, cinema screens and other cinema products, announced today that it will provide NEC Digital Cinema projection systems and Ballantyne's MDI/Strong cinema screens to outfit an additional 14 auditoriums, 12 for Cine Planet, Peru's leading motion picture exhibitor, and 2 for its Chilean subsidiary, Cines Movieland.