cinematograph


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cinematograph

Chiefly Brit
a combined camera, printer, and projector
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The only permanent places of amusement are cinematograph shows and a Malay theatre, where English plays are rendered in the vernacular.
The brochure also tells us of "the band that makes you dance" - Nickless Revellers Dance Band - that "the premier dance band of Wales is delighted to support Jack Hylton's Band in aid of the Cinematograph Benevolent Fund.
While the media has focused on the top talent, the Broadcasting, Entertainment, Cinematograph and Theatre Union (BECTU) is talking about the BBC's lowest-paid workers instead.
Preston-born George was a travelling fairground owner who was one of the pioneers of the cinematograph. He died in 1915 but his children carried on the business, renting out film reels and selling cinema projectors.
By: Egypt Today With the earliest film projections using a Lumiere Brothers' cinematograph at the Toussoun Exchange in Alexandria on November 15 1896, Egypt witnessed the birth of filmmaking and screenings in their formative days, and quickly helped the industry grow because of country's great locations and heritage.
In "Kingdom of Shadows: Fin-de-Siecle Gothic and Early Cinema," Paul Foster Francis examines the significance of the publication of Dracula (1897) occurring simultaneously with the appearance of the Cinematograph in London.
The entry of the cinematograph in the roster of urban entertainment was met with great enthusiasm by the Bombay press.
NOTES ON THE CINEMATOGRAPH BY ROBERT BRESSON, TRANSLATED FROM FRENCH BY JONATHAN GRIFFIN newyork: new york review books.
In 1895, the Lumiere Brothers invented the Cinematograph (a device for capturing, developing and projecting films) and went on to film some of the first moving images in the history of cinema.Their staging of a scene, their use of travelling shots and special effects all reveal the art of film making.
In a documentary Cinematograph aired on 18 August 2011 on the anniversary of the coup, the BBC admitted for the first time to the role of BBC Persian radio as the propaganda arm of the British government in Iran.
The word ' censor' is not in the Cinematograph cut.