movie industry

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: industry - the entertainment industries involved in producing and distributing movies
industry - the people or companies engaged in a particular kind of commercial enterprise; "each industry has its own trade publications"
entertainment industry, show biz, show business - those involved in providing entertainment: radio and television and films and theater
Bollywood - the film industry of India
filmdom, screenland, screen - the personnel of the film industry; "a star of stage and screen"
Hollywood - the film industry of the United States
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With barely half a dozen films made each year, Pakistan's movie industry is in a bad state.
We are delighted to partner with Rentrak, the global leaders in box office measurement to herald an era of precise box office information in the Indian movie industry," said Carnival CEO Group P.
DIFF has covered much ground since its inception in 2004, showcased a swathe of Arab talent, which has gone on to garner international attention and acclaim, and attracted an impressive A-list of international movie industry stalwarts to grace its red carpet year after year.
Hollywood after the war endured a period of crisis and change: AN ARMY OF PHANTOMS documents these social and political changes and the underlying civil war that tore apart the movie industry as a whole.
Summary: Comedian Adam Sandler has been honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, for his services to the movie industry.
The Oscar-winning actress said she is not interested in those kinds of demeaning roles, adding that the movie industry also has made an effort to contribute to solutions for ending the violence.
We will build Hollywood in Kyrgyzstan," film director Ernest Abdyjaparov told news conference today in Bishkek focused on prospects of development of Kyrgyz movie industry.
According to the MPAA, piracy cost the movie industry $18.
It may end up being the only major award the film receives, since the movie industry, which is notoriously left wing and anti-Christian, has gone to great lengths to sabotage and stiff-arm the picture.
MERSEYSIDE'Sfledgling movie industry could really takeoff if anew funding sch eme now being explored by Liverpool council chiefs gets the green light.
Medved, the author of the book Hollywood vs America, has long argued that the movie industry would be more, not less, prosperous if it produced films that did not seek to appeal to the baser instincts of audiences.
Besides improvements in picture quality, digital cinema is expected to save over $500 million in distribution costs for the movie industry, in the expectation that digital files can be transmitted by satellite or other broadband means more cost-effectively than printing and shipping film.