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news·reel

 (no͞oz′rēl′, nyo͞oz′-)
n.
A short film dealing with recent or current events.

newsreel

(ˈnjuːzˌriːl)
n
(Broadcasting) a short film with a commentary presenting current events

news•reel

(ˈnuzˌril, ˈnyuz-)

n.
a short motion picture presenting current or recent events.
[1915–20]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.newsreel - a short film and commentary about current eventsnewsreel - a short film and commentary about current events
short subject - a brief film; often shown prior to showing the feature
Translations

newsreel

[ˈnjuːzriːl] Nnoticiario m, documental m de actualidadesNodo m (Sp)

newsreel

[ˈnjuːzriːl] nactualités fpl filmées

newsreel

[ˈnjuːzˌriːl] ncinegiornale m
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The United 1967-See Inevitably, the rise of televi-sion in the 1950s and beyond meant the newsreels' days were numbered, and the last Pathe newsreel was produced in 1970.
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Profits from the premiere helped fund the club, which was set up in 1952, to film its own productions, including plays, documentaries and a newsreel of the town's social calendar.
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In this study of how Irishness was constructed for audiences during a tumultuous period in Irish history, Chambers (film studies, University of Ulster, UK) analyzes positive and negative portrayals of Ireland in newsreels and shows how newsreel producers were manipulated by both the Irish and British governments.
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