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Results 37 - 42 of 200 for culture tag
Indoor cinema site with at least one screen equipped with digital projection equipment that enables the projection of images of the same size and equivalent ...
Feature film that uses digital images (using a minimum of 1.3K resolution) processed with software to replace chemically-produced images on celluloid film ...
Projection of a feature film onto a cinema screen using a digital master and a digital projector that uses electronic signals to direct light onto the ...
Screen that is equipped for digital feature film projection using a digital master and digital projector. It uses electronic signals to direct light onto ...
Commercial establishment that is engaged in the selling, renting, lending or exchanging of feature films to cinemas. They can also be responsible for the ...
Non-fictional work, which generally deals with factual events or attempts to inform the spectator about a reality.