cinematograph

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cinematograph

Chiefly Brit
a combined camera, printer, and projector
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Although the idea of "cultural exception" is supported by eminent cinematographs like the Dardenne brothers and Pedro Almodovar -- and even the most famous director of American blockbusters, Steven Spielberg -- Barroso said that Europe had to make the necessary efforts to adjust to globalization.
Ten years later, confidence was still high, and they were offering "a large and varied stock of Pictorials" suitable for "Dramas, Comedies and Farcical Comedies, Burlesques and Comic Operas, Pantomimes, Comic Scenes and Dances, Circus, Acrobats, Menageries, Music Halls, Cinematographs, Music Hall and much more" (The Era 7 Sep.
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.
At a weekend everyone must go on holiday from the studios and leave the cinematographs running until Monday.
Film began in Germany in the cinematographs of the cinematheques.