videotheque


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videotheque

(ˈvɪdɪəʊtɛk)
n
(Film) a cinema in which videos are shown
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26-28; and at the UP Film Center Videotheque on Feb.
Customers of the package Digital will get free access to the Videotheque and if they switch to a dearer package, they will automatically get complete access.
On y trouve notamment une videotheque pratique, appelee ROVER, ainsi qu'une vaste collection de magazines, de journaux et d'autres publications.
En plus du fonds livres et periodiques, ce centre sera dote d'une videotheque, phototheque, audiotheque et d'un fonds archivistique.
It has a great industry guide, videotheque, happy hours and a solicitous staff.
This first instalment sees 80s idols Dollar, who were behind classics including Mirror, Mirror (Mon Amor) and Videotheque, seeking a return to fame.
In 1981 they joined forces with producer Trevor Horn and returned with chart hits Hand Held In Black And White, Mirror Mirror, Give Me Back My Heart and Videotheque.
David enjoyed a string of hits, including Mirror Mirror, Give Me Back My Heart and Videotheque, when he was one half of Eighties pop group Dollar.
High under the dome of the beautiful opera house, the professional videotheque made available works by 169 directors and 204 choreographers.
In the upper levels the analogy can perhaps be strained to suggest lascivious exposure of the inner skin - large planes of smooth glass as the frills are cut back to give panoramas at videotheque and youth levels.
The interactive offer of its Magio television service is being raised by Slovak Telekom with the addition of the online videotheque HBO Go that offers more than 1,500 hours of content, comprising premiere titles by Hollywood studios.
s videotheque overlooking the beach, execs at the Biarritz Rendez-Vous, France's biggest TV mart, watched a police officer stab a rape suspect in the face in the first scene of Oliver Marchal's "Braquo.