CINEMA WAS BORN IN END OF XIX siècle, IN1895  a performing art it is commonly referred to as the "seventh art", it carried the actor to transmit messages in a beautiful way supported in fact he announces peace
    cinema is an art which exposes a film to the public, that is to say a story (fictional or documentary), conveyed by a medium (flexible film, magnetic tape, digital container)
    cinema is a new commercial strategy which consists in offering new cinema films directly on VOD. ... To discover the films, just the usual channels: distributors' sites and the main platforms accessible via access providers
    cinema this word makes up a lot of meaning among it

    Art of composing and making films (the seventh art).
    Movie studio.
    It's cinema, it's implausible (from the novel).
    Make films, a whole cinema of affected demonstrations (to get something).
    Make cinema imagine things as you would like.

    the genres
    The 9 genres favored here are inspired by the classifications of the CNC and are as follows: animation, biopic, comedy / dramatic comedy, documentary, drama, fantasy / science fiction / horror, war / history, crime and thriller / adventure.

    the cinema room
     the cinema hall is a place where cinematographic films are screened. This term can also designate the regrouping in one place of several rooms,

    The projection room is therefore located behind the wall opposite the screen. This wall is pierced with small openings intended to allow the light beam emanating from the projector to pass.

    Many historic rooms have mezzanines and balconies, half-floors overlooking the seats in the hall of the room.
    he first public screenings of digital cinema in the United States take place in New York and Los Angeles on June 18, 1999
    The first public screening of digital cinema in Europe takes place in Paris on February 2, 2000, by Licas Vives
    room equipment
    Digital cinema
    Sound system
    Digital 3D projection
    IMAX (flat rectangular or semi-sphere - hemispherical - screen like at the geode located in Paris in the 19th arrondissement
    types of rooms
    Neighborhood cinema
    Art house cinema
    Outdoor cinema
    Drive-in (or drive-in)
    famous rooms
    the Max Linder Panorama on the Parisian Boulevards (2nd / 10th) in Paris.
    The Pagoda mythical room [ref. necessary] of the 7th district, of typically Asian architecture, decorated with a garden. The garden was classified as a historic monument in 1983, the facade, the roofs and the great hall were in 1990.
    Le Louxor (10th, near Barbès) former movie projection room and old theater, superb neo-Egyptian architecture (the facade and roofs are classified as historic monuments)

    the old halls

    the Hangar du Premier-Film in Lyon, whose framework can be seen in the film The Exit from the Lumière factory in Lyon, directed on March 19, 1895 by Louis Lumière. In 1998, the building was restored and became one of the cinema halls of the Institut Lumière, fitted out by the architect Pierre Colboc
    the Pantheon Cinema in Paris is one of the oldest still in operation in the capital since it was inaugurated in February 1907 after the renovation of an old gymnasium for students of the Sorbonne24,25.
    The Cinematograph was created in 1908 in Nantes in the old Carmelite chapel located in the street of the same name, under the name of "American Cosmograph", property of the company Chocolat Poulain which uses it as an advertising medium. The city's first cinema, it became the “Salle St-Pierre” in the 1930s, then was renamed “Le Celtic” during the Second World War, before taking its current name in 1983 in the form of a cinema. associative 26.
    the Gaumont-Palace in Toulouse started its cinema activities in 1909 in the auditorium of the Lafayette Theater (the Gaumont company has operated this site since then).
    the Trianon (Romainville) was officially opened in 1929 but was already showing films in 191027.
    the Cinema Le Capitole (Uzès) opened in 1911.
    The Escurial (cinema) in Paris, initially titled "Le Royal", this room opened in 1911 and at that time offered some 500 orchestra seats and 100 balcony seats28.
    Espace Saint-Michel in Paris was opened on December 22, 1911 by Victor Gandon, restaurateur of Bouillon Gandon, who converted part of his establishment into a cinema.
    MK2 Nation in Paris opened in 191229, was first called Le Brunin, then Le Brunin-Varietes, before being bought and divided into three rooms to become Le Trois Nation

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