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Ennio Morricone
   wrote music for   
Cinema Paradiso (1989)
The New Pornographers
   released the album   
Twin Cinema (2005)
Cinéma Vérité
   means   
Style of Cinema Emphasizing Reality
Cinema Usher
   stands/stood in   
Screen Cinema, Hawkins Street.
Philippe Noiret
   won for   
Nuovo Cinema Paradiso
1991. For the role of Alfredo.
Alfred Hitchcock
   said   
"For Me, the Cinema is Not a Slice of Life, but a Piece of Cake."
Anglo-American filmmaker.
Jean-Luc Godard
   said   
"Photography is Truth. The Cinema is Truth Twenty-four Times Per Second."
French filmmaker,
Cinema
   in German is   
Kino
Cinema Paradiso
   submitted by   
Italy
1989 - "Nuovo cinema Paradiso" Directed by Guiseppe Tornatore.
Cinema
   in Filipino is   
Sinehan
Cinema Paradiso (1988)
   starred   
Antonella Attili, Enzo Cannavale and Isa Danieli
IMDB:8.4/10. Director: Giuseppe Tornatore. 1 Oscar wins, 5 Baftas and 1 Golden Globe. 'Nuovo cinema Paradiso'
First Lady of Cinema
   is a nickname for   
Katharine Hepburn
Selling England By The Pound
   featured   
The Cinema Show
1973
Live Over Europe 2007
   featured   
In The Cage The Cinema Show
Three Sides Live
   featured   
In the Cage (Medley, Cinema Show/Slippermen)
1982
Cineplex
   is a combination of   
Cinema and Complex
Lifeforce (1985)
   has the tagline   
The Cinematic Sci-Fi Event of the Eighties
Roman Polanski
   said   
"Cinema Should Make You Forget You Are Sitting in a Theater."
Pedro Almodovar
   said   
"I Was Born at a Bad Time for Spain, but a Really Good One for Cinema."
Michael Winner
   said   
"During the Sixties, the Americans Thought I Was the Greatest Thing in the History of Cinema."
Ridley Scott
   said   
"Cinema is a Matter of What’s in the Frame and What’s Out."
Vilmos Zsigmond
   was a   
Cinematographer
D. 2016
Gus Van Sant
   said   
"And Later I Thought, I Can’t Think How Anyone Can Become a Director Without Learning the Craft of Cinematography."
William Friese-Greene
   invented   
Cinematography
(1855-1921), England






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