Cinematic

  • (adj): Of or pertaining to or characteristic of the cinema.

Some articles on cinematic:

Cinematic Titanic - Releases - Release History
... The first episode of Cinematic Titanic was released on DVD to the public at midnight on December 21, via the download-to-burn company EZTakes ... According to the Cinematic Titanic website, due to rights issues, the episode was not available for download until April 2, 2008 ... multiple versions of the film could create marketplace confusion, requested that Cinematic Titanic's version have a different name ...
Cinema 1: The Movement Image - Types of Movement-image
... Deleuze’s cinematic taxonomy emerges from the philosophy of Henri Bergson in Matter and Memory ... There are thus three types of cinematic movement-images perception images (that focus on what is seen), affection images (that focus on expressions of feeling) and ...
Craig Owens (entertainer) - Music Career - Cinematic Sunrise
... Chiodos, Owens and Bell formed the side project Cinematic Sunrise as a place to perform music that didn't fit Chiodos' style ... Cinematic Sunrise released an EP later that Spring, A Coloring Storybook and Long Playing Record ...
Cinematic Titanic
... Cinematic Titanic is a project by Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K) creator and original host, Joel Hodgson ... On February 16, 2013, it was announced that Cinematic Titanic was going on an indefinite hiatus ... difficult to coordinate our schedules and give Cinematic Titanic the attention it requires to keep growing as a creative enterprise and a business." ...
Trojan Vision
... of Southern California through the School of Cinematic Arts. 8.3, showcasing the work of students of the USC School of Cinematic Arts ... work at Trojan Vision to earn credit through the USC School of Cinematic Arts through a course called CTPR-409 Practicum in Television Production ...

Famous quotes containing the word cinematic:

    The art of watching has become mere skill at rapid apperception and understanding of continuously changing visual images. The younger generation has acquired this cinematic perception to an amazing degree.
    Johan Huizinga (1872–1945)