kinematograph


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kinematograph

(ˌkɪnɪˈmætəˌɡrɑːf; ˌkaɪnɪ-; -ˌɡræf)
n
(Film) a variant of cinematograph
kinematographer n
kinematographic adj
ˌkinemaˈtography n

kinematograph, kinetograph

a motion-picture camera.
See also: Films
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His book Films of the Year, 1927-1928 would be advertised in Close Up on its release in March 1928, presumably paid for by its publishers, The Studio, and with its single endorsement, "something new in books on films" coming from a trade paper, Kinematograph Weekly.
War Films in The Open Air A SERIES of kinematograph displays of actual war films, explained by men who have served with the colours, will be given this week in the Manchester district.
Published in Great Britain and read by some industry members in America, the Optical Magic Lantern and Kinematograph Journal noted in 1906 its preference for the generic term "kinematograph," the word having originated with the Lumiere exhibitions in Europe.
there was British & Colonial Kinematograph, the Charles Urban Company, and Gaumont-British News, and from the United States there was Edison, American Mutoscope & Biograph, Flearst News (later Hearst-Selig News Pictorial), and Fox News (later Fox Movietone).
The War Office was only persuaded of "the value and integrity of film" by the persistence of the Kinematograph Manufacturers Association, which drew "attention to the excellent series of films taken during the South-African War" (130), most of which were produced by Charles Urban of the Warwick Trading Company.
(10) 'ITV Can Expect a Jolt When the BBC Launches Its "Dr Who"', Kinematograph Weekly, 24 October 1963, 22.
He is also a multi-term governor of the Sound Branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, a fellow of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, president of the Inter-Society for the Enhancement of Cinema Presentation, and a member of the Hollywood Post Alliance and British Kinematograph Sound and Television Society.
"Spectra Effects with the Bioscope." The Kinematograph and Lantern Weekly, 30 March 1911, 95-6 and 6 April 1911, 1505-7.
Baclon was also chairman of the Film Production Board (BFI) from 1963-71, a governor of the British Film Institute and an honorary Fellow of the British Kinematograph Society.
It was the most ambitious product so far of the agreement formed in May 1915 between the War Office and the Kinematograph Manufacturers' Association Topical Committee, the trade organisation that had presented itself to the War Office as possessing the equipment and technical expertise necessary to produce factual domestic film propaganda.
On 11 October 1925, Kinematograph would report that the only negative of Das Wachsfigurenkabinett had been destroyed by fire in the Paris customs office.
Kinematograph Weekly concurred: "The two co-features are separate, but fail to stand firmly on their own feet ...