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cine film

n
(Film) Brit photographic film, wound on a spool, usually 8, 16, or 35 millimetres wide, up to several hundred metres long, and having one or two lines of sprocket holes along its length enabling it to be used in a cine camera. US and Canadian term: movie film
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cine film

[ˈsɪnɪfɪlm] n (Brit) → film m inv
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The talk has been refreshed by newly discovered photos and material from the diaries of other team members as well as reference to cine film and audio tapes discovered in an attic in 2017 and made by the late Mo Anthoine, the official photographer.
Designed by Manchester firm Urban Splash, the colour palette was taken from an old cine film that featured scenes from Morecambe.
Linda, 64, and husband Robert, 67, from Largs, Ayrshire, found old recordings of daughters Victoria, now 39, and Sarah-Jane, 33, and took them to Look2 cine film and video services in Troon.
The 8mm cine film recorded by Richard Ibrahim, shows the drivers taking part in the Avon Motor Tour of Britain.
The green flag is waved for the last time at Exchange Station, in April, 1977, captured on cine film by Jack Hesketh, of Formby
TEHRAN (FNA)- The actor that played the role of Abu Lahab in the cine film Mohammad (PBUH), The Messenger of God, a movie produced by renowned Oscar-nominated Iranian director Majid Majidi, said that he endeavored and rivaled with many other nominees for one year before he could win the role.
The grainy black-and-white cine film footage was stored in her private archive, usually only available to relatives, close friends and trusted researchers.
The footage comes from a private 20-second-long cine film, believed to have been shot at Balmoral more than 80 years ago, when Princess Elizabeth was just seven years old.
The film archive, based at Teesside University, has also partnered up with the Teesmouth Field Centre, who donated their cine film collection.
There was a time when the best we could hope for was a 36-frame film for stills and maybe 20 minutes of cine film in a large camera.
But the materials, which also include clear resin studded with bits of cine film, old coins set in silvery tin, and massed brass miniatures of Brancusi's egglike sculpture Newborn, 1920, feel too dull and heavy to prompt the lively speculation around narrative and its rerouting for which the artist is presumably angling.