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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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Teaching History With Newsreels and Public Service Shorts.
Saturday and Sunday at 11am and 3pm: Pathe News - Local newsreels from the 1920s to the 1970s., including net fishing on the Tweed.
Pathe became famous for the clipped upper-class accents of its commentators, and the often dramatic and quick-fire style of its newsreels, which were released twice a week and seen by millions of people.
The building has a shared gym Pathe became famous for the clipped upper-class accents of its commentators, and the often dramatic and quick-fire style of its newsreels, which were released twice a week and seen by millions of people.
However, their energies were principally directed towards the Canadian Army Newsreels, a series of 106 separate, original 10-minute films for the exclusive viewing of military personnel premiering on November 16, 1942.
Built by local entrepreneur Dixon Scott, great uncle of Sir Ridley Scott (director of Alien, Blade Runner and Gladiator) and the late Tony Scott (director of Top Gun, Days Of Thunder and True Romance) it was the city's first News Theatre and showed continuous newsreels of world events of the time.
Here is that journal, her personal story of blackout drills, sneaking food to the family dog, watching newsreels at the movie theater, visiting an aunt and uncle's farm in the country, and putting together Christmas care packages for the troops.
The company issued newsreels to cinemas across Britain, covering the latest new stories and, later, sport, entertainment and culture.
Voluntary ex ante transparency notice: prior fulfillment of tv reports for the implementation of a video magazine dedicated to the actions of the city of seynod and newsreels.
In an order, the tribunal headed by Justice Ali Baqar Najafi ordered administration of private TV channels to submit footage, newsreels and CDs which were recorded by their cameramen during the operation for removal of barriers installed near and around the Minhaj-ul-Quran Secretariat, Model Town, for examination.
"You all have a share in this vow, that whatever happens, the German Reich as it stands today shall never be broken by anyone again and shall never be torn apart." Nazi-approved newsreels showed rapturous crowds waving swastikas and cheering on the goose-stepping invaders.
IN THE INTRODUCTION to this book, Clara Chambers refers to Antony Aldgate's Cinema and History: British Newsreels and the Spanish Civil War (1979) as a model for her own very worthy research.