telecine

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telecine

(ˈtɛlɪˌsɪnɪ)
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(Broadcasting) apparatus for producing a television signal from cinematograph film
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Though the team was not willing to divulge the full cost of the film, they described it as a passion project that deviated from the traditional Naija movie format to create globally relatable content."Lupita is a product of the Kenyan film industry, Shuga put her on the world space," Andrew explained.
The fantasy action movie series had its 1995 first instalment rebooted last year when Dwayne Johnson starred in 'Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle', and director Jake Kasdan has now said Sony Pictures will be creating a third version of the popular movie format which they hope to begin filming early next year.
"We will do a long-form movie format, about 1 1/2 hours," he told The Daily Star.
Vincent Price, who died on October 25, 1993, made a career out of his tongue-in-cheek approach to the horror movie format. He is best remembered for his starring roles in Pit and the Pendulum, The Raven and House of Usher.
She gets these moments that are not sticking to the movie format of act one, act two, act three, and then it resolves.
He grew up in Los Angeles fascinated by the Cinerama widescreen movie format; got his first Hollywood job, doing visual effects for 2001: A Space Odyssey, in his 20s; and went on to direct two cult-classic films (Brainstorm and Silent Running) and design visual effects for Blade Runner, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, and Star Trek: The Motion Picture.
Popular British television series "Dad's Army" comes to cinema screens next month in a new movie format starring Catherine Zeta-Jones, Michael Gambon, Toby Jones and Tom Courtenay.
5 It may follow a familiar disaster movie format, but it also keeps up the tension and excitement right until the final scenes.
The website and iOS app enables users to create “MUSAIC's”, a whole new, quick-paced movie format containing a user's pictures and clips moving to the beat of their favorite music.
Other examples include the MPEG movie format and MP3 music standard.
It is also equipped with the Multi-area mode Full-HD D-Movie function, which enables recording in either FX- or DX-based movie format for more creative freedom.
The proposed sequel is rumoured to follow a road trip movie format which see the star take to the road with his cohorts.