CINEMA


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CINEMAColour Interactive Editor for Multiple Alignments
CINEMAColour Interactive Editor for Multiple Alignments (software)
CINEMACatholic Initiative for Enlightened Movie Appreciation (Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines)
CINEMAColumbia Internet Extensible Multimedia Architecture
CINEMAConfigurable Integrated Multimedia Architecture (University of Stuttgart)
CINEMACommerce, Internet, and Electronic Mail Access Services
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Cinema owners will push the govt to re-open Bollywood content: Shamoon Abbasi
The Falak Sair Cinema was closed down in June 2006 and turned into a shopping plaza later on.
One of the event organisers, Peter Davies, who worked at several cinemas in Chester over a 52 year period, including the Odeon, said: "David's talk will feature some unique and not seen before slides which will bring to life how the cinema buildings in Chester came to be built on prime sites in the city, as well as the fascinating story of the cinema owners themselves.
Furthermore, John also conveyed the company's long-standing goal and said: "Flik Cinemas' aim is to represent Doha from the cinema exhibitor perspective by focusing on our local Qatar customers who are our lifeblood."
A private college was established at the demolished building of New Pearl Cinema on Maha Raja Road Sialkot, while, a filing station was established at the demolished building of Gulistan Cinema in Kotli Behram, Sialkot.
The forum has taken the initiative to lead the local cinema industry, brought together key stakeholders across the design, construction and technology sectors to discuss the latest trends and techniquesC[macron]of buildingC[macron]world-class cinemas in Saudi Arabia.
In the 20s, a mixed programme of variety and cinema was shown and the venue was given the name the Electric Palace.
The first screening ofart-house film has been already held in cinema.
Attempting to explain the trend, Ampere questions whether Cinema tickets were too expensive and depressing attendance and thus overall takings.
The UAE's cinema industry will continue to grow at a steady rate over the next few years, aided by a growing population in the country, increasing investment in cinema experiences and demand for local content.
The number of cinema screens is set to jump 38.4 percent to 1,800 in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region in the next 3-5 years, up from 1,300 at present, according to a research by PriceWaterhouseCooper (PWC), one of the world's leading professional services firms and the Knowledge Partner of the MENA Cinema Forum.