Cinema

Cinema may refer to:

  • Film, motion pictures or movies
  • Filmmaking, the process of making a film
  • Movie theater, a building in which films are shown
  • Cinema (2008 film) or Bommalattam, a Tamil film
  • Cinema (TV channel), a defunct Scandinavian movie channel
  • Cinema 4D, a 3D graphics application

In music:

  • Cinema (band), a 1982 band formed by ex-Yes members Alan White and Chris Squire
  • Cinema (The Cat Empire album)
  • Cinema (Elaine Paige album)
  • Cinema (Nazareth album), or the title song
  • "Cinema" (Yes song)
  • "Cinéma" (song), a song by Paola di Medico
  • "Cinema" (Benny Benassi song)
  • Cinema, an album by Cachorro Grande
  • Cinema, an album by ICE MC, or the title song
  • Cinéma, an orchestral composition by Erik Satie later arranged for piano duet by Darius Milhaud

Other articles related to "cinema, cinemas":

Ovanes Ohanian - Biography
... a young Armenian-Iranian, Ovanes Ohanian (Oganianse), who studied film in Cinema Akademi Of Moscow, returned to Iran ... of the school under the name "Parvareshgahe Artistiye cinema" (The Cinema Artist Educational Centre) ... "This film was patterned directly after the comic acts of the Danish cinema couple Pat and Paterson ...
Regal Cinemas
... Regal Cinemas is a UK-based cinema chain since the early days of the cinema ... In 1928, Regal Cinemas became part of Associated British Cinemas but has retained the name 'Regal Cinemas' ... In recent times the number of Regal Cinemas in the UK has decreased, as the number of small towns without cinemas has increased ...
Sniper (1993 film) - Remake
... Columbia Pictures auctioned off the film rights to the Sniper franchise to New Line Cinema as well as many other film franchises ... On March 13, 2010, New Line Cinema announced that Joel Surnow had signed on to direct a remake of the original Sniper film ... On May 13, 2010, New Line Cinema announced that John Cena would be portraying Thomas Beckett in the remake ...

Famous quotes containing the word cinema:

    If an irreducible distinction between theatre and cinema does exist, it may be this: Theatre is confined to a logical or continuous use of space. Cinema ... has access to an alogical or discontinuous use of space.
    Susan Sontag (b. 1933)

    Compare ... the cinema with theatre. Both are dramatic arts. Theatre brings actors before a public and every night during the season they re-enact the same drama. Deep in the nature of theatre is a sense of ritual. The cinema, by contrast, transports its audience individually, singly, out of the theatre towards the unknown.
    John Berger (b. 1926)

    Strangers used to gather together at the cinema and sit together in the dark, like Ancient Greeks participating in the mysteries, dreaming the same dream in unison.
    Angela Carter (1940–1992)