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  • n. Plural form of cinematheque.


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  • The theater, which will serve beer, wine and gourmet nibbles as well as popcorn, candy and soda, is fashioned more along the lines of the cinematheques of Europe and independent theaters in large U.S. cities.

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  • In 2002, it expanded to create a non-theatrical circuit that included screenings in 13 of the most important cinematheques around North America such as Portland's NW Film Center and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts among others.

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  • Throwbacks to the folding-chair cinematheques of yesteryear, many microcinemas - to use a term often applied to these intimate spaces - are also very much of this long-tail moment, content to stay small and specialized, and quick to respond to an artistic landscape that is changing with ever greater speed.

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  • Illustrating how the government blithely sold precious natural resources to predatory multinationals and used economic fear-mongering to push the deals through without proper study or reflection, this well-researched pic should prove dreamy for docu programmers, liberal broadcasters and the alternative circuit of universities and cinematheques.

  • A black-and-white fiction tribute to cinema and cinematheques, "La Vida util" won the San

  • We, in the international film community, directors and staffs of film festivals and cinematheques, producers, artists, critics and film studies teachers, are profoundly troubled and saddened by the drastic and ill-considered actions of the Greek government in dismissing

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  • Distribution and visibility will be in places such as theatres, galleries, cinematheques, video stores, restaurants, bookstores and universities in Canada, US, Latin America Europe, Asia and Africa.

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  • Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv cinematheques will pay NIS 40,000 in restitution to five IDF reservists who were offended by the screening of the contentious film "Jenin Jenin".

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  • The toil of the work week now complete, the film-going masses descended upon the various Madison cinematheques like Romans to the Coliseum, ready to be entertained.

  • Brian Darr picks up his preview of 2006, looking ahead to what'll be screening in cinematheques and alternative venues in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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