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    • Cinematheque

    • A cinematheque is a typically small motion-picture theater that specializes in historically important, experimental, avant-garde, or art-house films. Often part of a university or private archive, a cinematheque may have only one screen, but larger ones have multiple screens. In 1935 Henri Langlois and Georges Fra ... Read »


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    • Movie theater

    • A movie theater or movie theatre (also called a cinema) is a venue, usually a building, that contains an auditorium for viewing films (also called movies or motion pictures), for entertainment. Most, but not all, movie theaters are commercial operations catering to the general public, who attend by purchasing a ticket. ... Read »


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    • Multiplex (movie theater)

    • A multiplex is a movie theater complex with multiple screens within a single complex. They are usually housed in a specially designed building. Sometimes, an existing venue undergoes a renovation where the existing auditoriums are split into smaller ones, or more auditoriums are added in an extension or expansion of th ... Read »


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    • Adult movie theater

    • An adult movie theatre is a euphemistic term for a movie theatre designed only for the exhibition of pornographic films. Adult movie theatres show pornographic films primarily for either a respectively heterosexual or homosexual audience. For the patrons, rules are generally less strict regarding partial- or full- ... Read »


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    • Aldeburgh Cinema

    • Aldeburgh Cinema is one of the oldest, continuously running cinema houses in the United Kingdom. It is located in the town of Aldeburgh, Suffolk. It has hosted many cinematic and performing arts events, including live theatre, operas, art exhibitions and ballet transmissions from the National Theatre, New York’s M ... Read »


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    • Atmospheric theatre

    • An atmospheric theatre is a type of movie palace that was popular in the 1920s in America. "Rather than seating the theatre patrons in a boxlike, formal setting as passive observers of stage entertainment, the atmospheric design transported them to an exotic European courtyard or garden. A plain cerulean sky replaced t ... Read »


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    • Bank Night

    • Bank Night was a popular fad lottery game franchise in the United States during the Great Depression. It was invented and marketed by Charles U. Yaeger, a former booking agent for 20th Century Fox. In 1936, Bank Night was played at 5,000 of America's 15,000 active theaters, and copies of it were played at countless mo ... Read »


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    • Cinema etiquette

    • Cinema etiquette is the set of social norms observed by patrons of a movie theater. There are a wide variety of distractions that could spoil other patrons' enjoyment of a film, such as cell phone usage, patrons talking to one another, the rustling of food packaging, the behavior of children in the audience, and patron ... Read »


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    • Cinemateca Uruguaya

    • Cinemateca Uruguaya or Uruguayan Cinematheque: it is a non-profit civil organization in Uruguay that aims to support and develop the cinema, culture and art in general. This cinematheque is based in Montevideo. It was established in 1958. In 1998, it held 11,500 films. Its film archive has 9,500 internationals films a ... Read »


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    • College circuit

    • College circuit is a form of motion picture distribution where old films as well as new ones are shown on college campuses, usually in the evening. The selections range from art house fare to wide release films and cult classics (also see midnight movies for a similar practice). Beginning in the 1950s and 60's, classe ... Read »


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    • Cruise ship poolside theater

    • A cruise ship poolside theater is a giant LED display screen, ranging from around 250 to 350 square feet (33 m2). It is complemented with a large, 50,000-80,000 watt sound system. The theater is usually placed facing the main swimming pool of a cruise ship. The theater can be used to display news, sporting events, pool ... Read »


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    • Dana Mall

    • Dana Mall is an early shopping mall in the Seef District of Manama, the capital city of Bahrain. The complex includes the Dana Cinema, with 12 screens. The cinema has stadium seating and is considered the best in Bahrain. The mall is one of the first established in Bahrain. It includes a food court,Lulu Hypermarket, ... Read »


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    • Drive-in theater

    • A drive-in theater or drive-in cinema is a form of cinema structure consisting of a large outdoor movie screen, a projection booth, a concession stand and a large parking area for automobiles. Within this enclosed area, customers can view movies from the privacy and comfort of their cars. Some drive-ins have small play ... Read »


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    • Film society

    • A film society is a club where people can watch screenings of films which would otherwise not be shown in mainstream cinemas. In Spain, Ireland and Italy, they are known as "cineclubs", and in Germany they are known as "filmclubs". They usually have an educational aim, introducing new audiences to different audiovisua ... Read »


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    • Film Streams

    • Film Streams

      Film Streams is a nonprofit arts organization in Omaha, Nebraska that specializes in offering screenings and education on film. In late July 2007, Film Streams opened the Ruth Sokolof Theater, a new two-screen cinema in downtown Omaha's North Downtown (NoDo) area, within a development anchored by internationally a ... Read »


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    • Group booking

    • A group booking most commonly refers to the buying of ten or more theatre tickets in one transaction and with sequential seat numbers. It is usual for there to be a discount for purchases made this way so that a group booking for ten people costs less than ten individual tickets would do separately. Group bookings can ... Read »


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    • Home cinema

    • Home cinema, also called home theater or home theatre, refers to home entertainment audio-visual systems that seek to reproduce a movie theater experience and mood using consumer electronics-grade video and audio equipment that is set up in a room or backyard of a private home. In the 1980s, home cinemas typically cons ... Read »


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    • The Mainzer

    • The Mainzer (pronounced MINE-Zer), also known as The Mainzer Theater or The Mainzer-Strand Theater, is a music venue in Merced, California once known for its indie rock scene. It is also recognized by various Art Deco societies for the restoring and remodeling process which took place beginning in 1999. The buildi ... Read »


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    • Microcinema

    • The term "microcinema" can have two meanings. It can describe low-budget or amateur films shot mostly on digital video, edited on a computer, and then distributed via videotape, disc or over the Internet. Or it can describe a mode of low-budget exhibition—a small theater or screening series operated in order to sh ... Read »


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    • Mobmov

    • Mobile Movie (aka "MobMov") is a worldwide network of guerrilla drive-ins using car-powered video projectors and FM transmitters. The MobMov represents over 150 independent guerrilla drive-ins, from United States to France, India, and Australia. Shows are free and are announced via mailing list and SMS. Patrons drive ... Read »


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    • Moodabe family

    • The Moodabe family is a long established Auckland family which has been associated with the development and operation of cinema in New Zealand since the 1920s. Michael Joseph Moodabe (1895–1975) was born in Sydney, Australia, on 24 June 1895, and, after the family shifted to Auckland, his brother Joseph Patri ... Read »


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    • The Music Hall (Sydney theatre)

    • The Music Hall Theatre Restaurant was a popular entertainment venue located in Neutral Bay, Sydney, New South Wales, which operated from 1961 to 1980. Built in 1921, the building was formerly known as the Hoyts Southern Cross cinema, and also spent a short period of time in the late 1950s operating as a skating rink. ... Read »


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    • Neighborhood theatre

    • Predating multiplex movie theatres, neighborhood theatres were the colloquial name given to smaller movie theatres located in local neighborhoods, as opposed to the large movie palaces located in downtown areas. Neighborhood theatres were mostly discount theaters and typically showed films after their first run at che ... Read »


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    • News cinema

    • A news cinema or newsreel theatre is a cinema specialising in short films, shown in a continuous manner. However, despite its name, a news cinema does not necessarily show only cinematographical news (newsreels). The first official news cinema, The Daily Bioscope, opened in London on 23 May 1909. In the United Sta ... Read »


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    • Outdoor cinema

    • An outdoor cinema (also called open-air cinema) consists of a digital or analog movie projector, scaffolded construction or inflatable movie screen, and sound system. Open-air cinemas first began at around 1916 in Berlin, Germany. Viewers usually sit on camping chairs or blankets. Some Hollywood world premieres were ... Read »


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    • The Paramount Theatre (Austin, Texas)

    • Paramount Theatre

      The Paramount Theatre is a live theatre venue/movie theatre located in downtown Austin, Texas. The classical revival style structure was built in 1915. The building was listed in the National Register of Historic Places on June 23, 1976. In the Paramount's 100-year history, it has played host to a wide variety of acts ... Read »


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    • Radio City Cinema (Tehran)

    • Radio City Cinema (Tehran)

      Radio City was a luxurious and modern cinema that opened on 18 September 1958 in Tehran. The design of this Cinema was performed by Heydar Ghiai, who was known as a pioneer of modern architecture in Iran. This cinema was closed after the 1979 Iranian Islamic revolution. ... Read »


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    • Revival house

    • A revival house or repertory cinema is a term for a cinema that specializes in showing classic or notable older films (as opposed to first run films). Such venues may include standard repertory cinemas, multi-function theatres that alternate between old movies and live events, and some first-run theatres that show past ... Read »


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    • Top Ten Money Making Stars Poll

    • The Top Ten Money Making Stars Poll was published from a questionnaire given to movie exhibitors every year between 1932 and 2013 by Quigley Publishing Company. The list was based on a poll of movie theater owners, who were asked to name who they felt were the previous year's top 10 moneymaking stars. The Top 10 Poll ... Read »


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    • Usherette tray

    • An usherette tray is the tray in which a cinema or theatre usher or usherette carries ice creams, nuts, chocolate and other sweets for sale to customers during the interval. ... Read »


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