Translation for 'cinema' from English to Russian
NOUN   a cinema | cinemas
SYNO celluloid | cinema | film | ...
кино {с}cinema [Br.]
кинофильм {м}
cinema film
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Translation for 'cinema' from English to Russian

cinema [Br.]
кино {с}

cinema film
кинофильм {м}фильм
Usage Examples English
  • In 1928 a purpose built 595 seat cinema 'Greengates Cinema' was constructed on New Line for the Greengates Cinema Company.
  • Frank Bren was a scholar of Polish cinema and Chinese cinema film history.
  • Rawat was introduced into Telugu cinema with the film "Sye".
  • North from 7th mile, there used to be a cinema here. Upon the destruction of the cinema this region due to an incident inside the cinema it was named cinéma cassé, literally, "broken cinema".
  • The cinema of Central Asia and the southern Caucasus is typified by Iranian cinema and the cinema of Tajikistan.

  • The South Indian International Movie Awards for Best Director' is an annual award for best director awarded in four categories for Tamil cinema, Telugu cinema, Kannada cinema, and Malayalam cinema films.
  • Plymouth Arts Cinema is an independent cinema based at Plymouth College of Art.
  • Cinema, cinema, cinema. Dalle origini ai nostri giorni, Edizioni Paoline, Milano 1995 (con G. Michelone).
  • The Carlton Cinema is a former cinema, located on O'Connell Street in Dublin, Ireland opposite the Savoy Cinema.
  • A connoisseur of world cinema, he has compiled an introductory compendium on world cinema with thousand pages called Ulaga Cinema.

  • There are three cinemas: Cinema 1 has a capacity of 258; Cinema 2 holds 106 people; and Cinema 3 seats 58.
  • Starz Cinema || Starz Cinema carries films outside the mainstream cinema, incorporating critically acclaimed studio and independent releases, and arthouse films; Starz Cinema was launched in May 1999.
  • The term's significance in today's research can be seen in women's cinema (Butler 2002; "parallel" or "oppositional cinema"), postcolonial cinema (Rodowick 1997; "fabulation" defines minor cinema), queer cinema (White 2008; "resourceless/politicized/experimental/becoming") and exilic cinema (Naficy 2001; part of his theory of "accented cinema").
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