cinematograph


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cinematograph

Chiefly Brit
a combined camera, printer, and projector
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Contemporaneously, the 'Central Board for Film Certification was formed by the Government of India to certify films for public exhibition under The Cinematograph Act, 1952'.
Though it was meant to be a fun episode, it would have been considered as a gross violation of the rules, as the code of conduct states that "the candidates cannot display to the public any election matter by means of cinematograph, television or other similar apparatus during the period of 48 hours ending with the hour fixed for the conclusion of poll.
payments of any kind received as a consideration for the use of, or the right to use, any copyright of literary, artistic, or scientific work or other work (including cinematograph films), any patent, trademark, design or model, plan, secret formula or process, or for information concerning industrial, commercial or scientific experience.
Broadcasting Entertainment Cinematograph and Theatre Union (BECTU): telephone, 0845 850 2502, www.
housed on the site of the Lumiere factories, where the cinematograph was invented in 1895.
More technical boys' toys can be found at the Institut Lumiere, housed on the site of the Lumiere factories, where the cinematograph was invented in 1895.
Back then he was known as Motl Mendle, a photographer who, on returning to his shtetl, finds an 1896 Lumiere Brothers cinematograph which his now deceased father had bought.
For example, in Joseph Conrad's short story 'The Partner' (written between October 1910 and March 1911 and published in November 1911), when he is describing an officer he once knew, the anonymous 'imposing old ruffian' with whom the narrator is talking has his 'eyes on the wall as if not to miss a single movement of a cinematograph picture.
The 1909 Cinematograph Act had led to hundreds of new cinemas being built across the country, and cinema audiences had increased enormously as a result.
By about 1890 it had yielded the stage to even newer technologies: Edison's phonograph and the Lumiere brothers' amazing cinematograph.
During his stay, Conrad delivered remarks in May 1923 in a brief address entitled in his notes "Author and Cinematograph.
12) The British Cinematograph Act came into effect on 1st January 1910.