cinematic exhibition

cinematic exhibition

English-Russian media dictionary. 2013.

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  • Cinematic style of Abbas Kiarostami — Kiarostami in 10 on Ten, looking back on his film making techniques Abbas Kiarostami is known for his characteristic use of techniques and themes that are instantly recognizable in his films, from the use of child protagonists, to stories that… …   Wikipedia

  • B movies (1980s to the present) — Cinematic exhibition of the B movie, defined as a relatively low cost genre film, has declined substantially from the early 1980s to the present. Spurred by the historic success of several big budget movies with B style themes beginning in the… …   Wikipedia

  • featurette —   a term often used before the 1970s to refer to a 20 to 45 minute film (longer than a short subject but shorter than a feature film), usually a making of or behind the scenes mini documentary, or an extended trailer, which was usually displayed… …   Glossary of cinematic terms

  • general release —   refers to the widespread simultaneous exhibition of a film …   Glossary of cinematic terms

  • release —   refers to the first distribution and general public exhibition of a film to theatre audiences …   Glossary of cinematic terms

  • retrospective —   usually a tribute, exhibition, or looking back at a film star s, artist s or director s work over a span of years with a comprehensive compilation or montage of film clips or excerpts; also known as a retro; also, in terms of a screenplay, a… …   Glossary of cinematic terms

  • revival house —   film or exhibition theatres that are dedicated to emphasizing or specializing in only one type of film such as foreign films, older films, silent films, classics, rarely screened films, etc.   Example: the Film Forum in New York City, founded… …   Glossary of cinematic terms

  • screening —   the exhibition or display of a movie, typically at a cinema house/theatre; to screen (or unspool) a film means to show or project a film; types of screenings include a critical screening (a pre release viewing for film critics), a pre screening …   Glossary of cinematic terms

  • split-reel —   in the silent era, refers to two different short subject films (each too brief for a separate screening) that were joined together on one reel for movie house exhibition …   Glossary of cinematic terms

  • Sundance —   short for the influential Sundance Film Festival, known for the exhibition and screening of the best of independent films each year in Utah; also see (film) festival …   Glossary of cinematic terms

  • B movies (The exploitation boom) — The 1960s and 1970s mark the golden age of the independent B movie, made outside of Hollywood s major film studios. As censorship pressures lifted in the early 1960s, the low budget end of the American motion picture industry increasingly… …   Wikipedia

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