cinema

All Noun
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  • The film contains some of the most written-about scenes in cinema's history.
  • The film contains some of the most written-about scenes in cinema's history.
  • One of the most popular social activities, especially among the younger generation, is cinema.
  • Until the early 1980s there was a drive-in cinema located within the track.
  • The event ran for a week and included music, theatre, literature, cinema and art.
  • It was shown in cinemas for nearly eight months after its release.
  • It was also shown in some countries for a limited time in cinemas.
  • This is the case for both physical film and digital cinema systems.
  • Originally shot for television, it was later released in cinemas and eventually became his first international success.
  • In the centre the town hall, the museum and two cinemas can be found.
  • American films were now allowed in French cinemas three weeks per month.
  • For this project, a two-day drive-in cinema was built in the centre of the city.
  • The local arts centre is the, with two cinemas and a live performance stage.
  • This version had some changes made from that which had been shown in cinemas.
  • Few films of this kind receive more than a limited release and many are never played in major cinemas.
  • He worked in films throughout most of his career, and played more than sixty cinema roles.
  • It is considered as one of the most beautiful cinemas in the world.
  • His death is often considered to mark the end of the New German Cinema.
  • Early in his career, he arranged music for several local silent cinemas.
  • He is one of the most important figures in the New German Cinema.
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Meaning of cinema

  • noun A theater where films are shown