cinematograph


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cinematograph

Chiefly Brit
a combined camera, printer, and projector
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Thus even when censor boards appealed for an additional member or the assignment of extra inspectors for the better functioning of the Cinematograph Act, the colonial government inevitably came out as too impoverished to afford even an extra rupee per month for such services.
Desmond was not only forced to leave a movie theatre for sitting in an area reserved for white patrons, she was jailed and fined for being in violation of the Cinematographs Act.
Talks between the BBC and BECTU-the Broadcasting, Entertainment, Cinematograph and Theatre Union-have yet to reach a settlement, and continue at the arbitration service ACAS this week.
It was on March 10, 1895, when the Lumiere brothers first used their hand-cranked Cinematograph to project images from film to screen.
Pursuant to this goal, it has begun cultivating linkages with the Association of Cinematograph, Television, and Allied Technicians (ACTT).
Report on the Short Entertainment and Factual Film (Association of Cinematograph, Television, and Allied Technicians in Association with Pergamon Press, 1967), 55-56; and Leonard Maltin, The Great Movie Shorts: Those Wonderful One- and Two-Reelers of the Thirties and Forties (New York: Bonanza Books, 1967).
In the journal of his bid to be the first to reach the South Pole, Scott wrote: "We shall have a cinematograph and photographic record that will be absolutely new in expeditionary work.
Local councillors have the power - under the 1909 Cinematograph Act - to ban any film they deem unsuitable from being screened.
4 ( ANI ): The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIandB) on Monday constituted a eight-member committee led by former Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana High Court, Justice (Retired) Mukul Mudgal, to review the Cinematograph Act, 1952.
BBFC - legal considerations Human Rights Act 1998 The Licensing Act 2003 The Obscene Publications Act 1959 & 1964 Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008 The Protection of Children Act 1978 The Sexual Offences Act 2003 The Public Order Act 19086 The Cinematograph Films (Animals) Act 1937 The Animal Welfare Act 2006 The Tobacco Advertising and Promotion Act 2002 ?
As early as 1896, Georges Melies staged the first vampire in his short film Le Manoir Du Diable, hence, one year before the famous Dracula was published (Hurka 88) and one year after the invention of the cinematograph itself.
In a remote village in Eastern Europe, around 1900, the young Motl Mendl is entranced by the flickering silent images on his father's cinematograph.