film: a medium that disseminates moving pictures; "theater pieces transferred to celluloid"; "this story would be good cinema"; "film coverage of sporting events"
a theater where films are shown
(cinematic) of or pertaining to or characteristic of the cinema
Bommalattam is a Tamil film directed by the director Bharathiraja starring Arjun and Nana Patekar in the lead roles of the protagonists. The film is released in Hindi as Cinema and in Telugu as Rana. ...
Cinema were a short-lived band started in 1982 by former Yes members Alan White and Chris Squire, with South African guitarist Trevor Rabin. They had plans to release their debut album in 1983, and were working on a number of songs, most written by Rabin.
A movie theater, picture theater, film theater or cinema is a venue, usually a building, for viewing motion pictures ("movies" or "films").
Cinema is an album by the Scottish hard rock band Nazareth. It was released in 1986 through Vertigo Records.
"Cinema" is an instrumental song by the progressive rock band Yes, from their 1983 album, 90125. It won the 1984 Grammy Award for Best Rock Instrumental Performance, the band's first (and as of 2010, only) Grammy.
"Cinéma" (Cinema) was the Swiss entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1980, performed in french by Paola di Medico.
Cinema is the fifth studio album of eclectic Melbourne-based band The Cat Empire. It was released in Australia on June 25, 2010 by EMI.
Cinema was a Scandinavian movie channel started by Modern Times Group. The channel closed in 2004 when TV1000 expanded to 6 movie channels.
(Cinematic) A cutscene is a sequence in a video game over which the player has no or only limited control, breaking up the gameplay and used to advance the plot, present character development, and provide background information, atmosphere, dialogue and clues. ...
a film; a movie theatre, a movie house; film or movies as a group; the film and movie industry; the art of making films and movies
(Cinemas) are rare settings but appear on and off. In a particular setting where Liz reluctantly goes on a date with Jon, he takes her to see a film called Sludge Monster VII: The Oozing. When Jon asks Liz if she wants a bucket of popcorn, she asks for just the bucket.
(Cinematic) pertaining to film (and video) picture quality and picture aesthetic
coined in the last decade of the 19^th century from the Greek for “movement,” this term names the medium that presents images in rapid succession, typically to simulate naturalistic movement.
You can’t have a town without a cinema, so of course Roskilde Festival has a cinema too. The official name is Roskilde Cinema. Here you can relax in the soft seats and watch everything from documentaries to Danish premieres of Hollywood soaps.
itself is MC, flicks WC. Movies is not perceived as marked for age or class and occurs only 3 times in the production data. In New Zealand Meyerhoff (1993) found a switch from pictures to movies, which she regards as US English, not apparently influential in England.
n. A movie or simsense, usually in tri-d.
Is favorite director are Alfred Hitchcock and Fritz Lang.
An audiovisual form of presentation based on chronology. On account of three-dimensional films and the essentially visual nature of the cinema, it has often incorrectly been understood as a precursor to media art and virtual reality. Requires a narrative structure. Cf. process-like.
Place where motion pictures are shown to an audience; usually provides an opportunity to show advertisements.
n. 1. Movie theater. This is not to be confused with a theatre.
Cinema mode enlarges the 4 : 3 picture for proportionally correct display on a 16 : 9 screen.
Some films may contain flashing lights. This can sometimes be a problem if you have photosensitive epilepsy. Any flashing lights or repetitive patterns in a film will have been checked to make sure they are not likely to cause a seizure. ...