cinematograph

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cinematograph

Chiefly Brit
a combined camera, printer, and projector
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Whilst writing and later acting as assistant editor for Close Up, he would remain a prolific correspondent for other magazines, including some, such as Kinematograph Weekly and The Bioscope, that made a specific address to the industry.
(6) Untitled, The Optical Lantern and Kinematograph Journal, May 1906, 121.
"Wiener Brief." Kinematograph 247, 20 September 1911.
But the 1911 limited-edition dictionary included with its 2011 counterpart, offers a glimpse into a world where exciting new words included "marconigram" - a message sent by Marconi's wireless telegraphy system; 'kinematograph' - an apparatus producing motion pictures; and 'biplane' - a two-winged aeroplane.
Back then, new words included marconigram (a message sent by Marconi's wireless telegraphy system), kinematograph (an apparatus producing motion pictures) and petticoat - defined as a skirt worn by women, girls and young boys, either externally or beneath gown or frock.
The December 1900 and January 1901 issues of The Showman contain classified ads from sellers in several provincial towns in England, while in Scotland the Border Kinematograph Company was selling used films out of their public-hall exhibition venture at Hawick.
Though Rhys's version of the film differs from any actually made, it does refer to a series, The Exploits of Three-Fingered Kate, produced by the British and Colonial Kinematograph Company.
"Runaway," "The Kinematograph" and "Partly Cloudy" were all short-listed by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.
Additionally, FilmLight founders Wolfgang Lempp and Steve Chapman were awarded a Technical and Scientific Achievement Award in 2005 by the British Kinematograph Sound & Television Society (BKTS).
As a whole the book suffers slightly from the lack, in all of the three component works, of a guiding question with which to hold the attention of the reader, from the high number of lengthy quotations (often, in spite of the book's length, left unelucidated), and such errors as Nora Joyce for Nora Barnacle, Jules-Etienne Marey for Etienne-Jules Marey, the Kinematograph for Edison/Dickson's Kinetograph, and the invention of The Art of the Photoplay as an alternative title for Hugo Munsterberg's The Photoplay: A Psychological Study.