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The historical country of Yugoslavia had a notable cinema industry of its own. Famous films include The Battle of Neretva released in 1969. The war film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. Image File history File links Please see the file description page for further information. ... European cinema is the cinema of Europe. ... The Cinema of Albania had its start in the years 1911-1912. ... Austria has produced a number of films in the cinema industry. ... The Cinema of Belgium // History Early history While the invention of the cinématographe by the French Lumière brothers is widely regarded as the birth of cinema, a number of developments in photography preceded the advent of film. ... // Directors Slatan Dudow Rangel Valtchanov Nikola Kovachev Sophia Peer Vulo Radev Dimitar Petkov- Opashkata Na Diavola aka Devils Tail Nikola Korabov Ivan Andonov Ludmil Staikov Metodi Andonov Zornitsa-Sophia Vladimir Yanchev Nikolai Volev Actors and actresses See also List of Bulgarian actors Stoyan Bachvarov Rusi Chanev Georgi Cherkelov Stefan... The cinema of Croatia has suffered in recent years, with quality films being few and far between in comparison to other countries. ... The Czech Republic (both as an independent country and as a part of former Czechoslovakia) was a seedbed for many acclaimed film directors. ... Danish cinema pioneer Peter Elfelt, a photographer, was the first Dane to make a film. ... Cinema in Estonia started in 1908 with the production of a newsreel about Swedish King Gustav IV’s visit to Tallinn. ... Norwegian Anneke von der Lippe as the Faroese Barbara in the 1997 Danish motion picture The Faroe Islands do not have a long history of cinema. ... In Finnish cinema, Aki Kaurismäki is a big name. ... France has been influential in the development of film as a mass medium and as an art form. ... Cinema in Germany can be traced back to the very beginnings of the medium at the end of the 19th Century and German cinema has made major technical and artistic contributions to film. ... // Beginning In the spring of 1897, the Greeks of Athens had the opportunity and privilege to watch the first cinematic attempts (short movies in journal). The projection of an animated movie resulted in excited reactions and the new-seen spectacle became a usual matter of discussion. ... Hungary has had a notable cinema industry for some time. ... Iceland has had a notable cinema industry for some time. ... The Irish film industry has grown somewhat in recent years thanks partly to the promotion of the sector by Bord Scannán na hÉireann (The Irish Film Board) and the introduction of heavy tax breaks. ... The history of Italian cinema began just a few months after the Lumière brothers had discovered the medium, when Pope Leo XIII was filmed for a few seconds in the act of blessing the camera. ... The Luxembourg film industry is quite small, but this is unsurprising given that the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg has a population of only about 400,000 people. ... Montenegro has been the site of many domestic films. ... The Dutch film industry has long been renowned for its documentaries. ... Norway has had a notable cinema industry for some time. ... // Directors Józef Arkusz Stanisław Bareja Aleksander Ford Wojciech Has Agnieszka Holland Jerzy Hoffman Jerzy Kawalerowicz Krzysztof Kieślowski -- The Three Colors trilogy, The Decalogue Jan Jakub Kolski Kazimierz Kutz Juliusz Machulski Andrzej Munk Marek Piwowski Roman Polański Ladislas Starevich Wladyslaw Starewicz Andrzej Wajda Krzysztof Zanussi Andrzej Zulawski... Portuguese cinema is better known internationally for its directors Manoel de Oliveira and João César Monteiro. ... The Cinema of Romania came into being as an affective reality. ... The first films seen in the Russia Empire were via the Lumière brothers, in Moscow and St. ... Serbia (both as an independent country and as part a part of former Yugoslavia) has been home to many internationally acclaimed films and directors. ... Soviet Cinema should not be used as a synonym for Russian Cinema. Although Russian language films predominated, several of the constituent republics of the Soviet Union contributed films reflecting elements of their pre-Soviet culture, language and history, although sometimes censored by the Central Government. ... Spanish cinema is not held in as high esteem worldwide as French or American cinema. ... Swedish cinema is one of the most widely-known national cinemas in the world, and certainly the most prominent of Scandinavia. ... Cinema of Switzerland // List of Swiss films Charles-Georges Duvanel Kurt Früh Jean-Luc Godard Claude Goretta Leopold Lindtberg Franz Schnyder Casimir Sivan Alain Tanner Anne-Marie Blanc Zarli Carigiet Heinrich Gretler Max Haufler Emil Hegetschweiler World cinema Swiss Films Swiss Film Directory Categories: | | ... The first film showing in Turkey was held in the Yildiz Palace, Istanbul in 1896. ... Michael Caine in Get Carter (1971). ... Cinema in Ukraine One of the largest film production studios in Ukraine is the Olexandr Dovzhenko Film Studios, located in Kiev, Ukraine. ... The Battle of Neretva is a Yugoslav movie made in 1968 and stars Orson Welles and Yul Brynner. ... 1969 (MCMLXIX) was a common year starting on Wednesday (the link is to a full 1969 calendar). ... The Academy Award (Oscar) for Best Foreign Language Film is a yearly US award for the best non-English film released in the period October - September in the country of origin. ...

The Battle of Neretva is a Yugoslav movie made in 1968 and stars Orson Welles and Yul Brynner. ...

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Actors • Archives • Animation • Awards • Characters • Cinematography • Cinematographers • Directors • Distributors • Editing • Film theatres • History • Festivals • Industry • Movements • Organizations • Pioneers • Production • Production companies • Sound production • Soundtracks • Special effects • Studios • Techniques • Technology  • Theory • Types of film • The Battle of Neretva is a Yugoslav movie made in 1968 and stars Orson Welles and Yul Brynner. ... A Corpse Hangs in the Web is a 1960 film directed by Fritz Böttger. ... Plot The plot is set over a single early-1960s summer in the Sarajevo mahala, and follows the fortunes of a school boy nicknamed Dino (Slavko Å timac). ... Ko to tamo peva (Serbian: Ко то тамо пева, English: Whos that singin over there?) is a 1980 Serbian/Yugoslavian film written by DuÅ¡an Kovačević and directed by Slobodan Å ijan. ... Time of the Gypsies (Serbian: Дом за вешање) is a 1988 film by Yugoslavian director Emir Kusturica. ... Tko pjeva zlo ne misli is a 1970 Croatian comedy film. ... Sketch showing two European observers trying to make a Muslim and a Serb, lifelong friends, get into a fight Top lista nadrealista (trans. ... Download high resolution version (4000x2949, 1546 KB)Physical World Map 2004-04-01 CIA World Factbook; Robinson Projection; standard parallels 38°N and 38°S File links The following pages link to this file: Wikipedia:WikiProject Maps/World World map Categories: CIA World Factbook images ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Here is a structured list of movie lists: // By year By letter List of films: numbers List of films: A-D List of films: E-I List of films: J-R List of films: S-Z By genre List of comedy films List of United States comedy films List of... This page indexes the individual year in film pages. ... Category: ... This category lists individual films by their genre. ... List of Albanian films List of Arabic language films List of Catalan language films List of Chinese language films List of English language films Esperanto language films List of French language films List of German language films List of Greek movies List of Hindi language films List of Japanese language... The following are lists of actors: Overall: List of male movie actors (A-K) List of male movie actors (L-Z) List of female movie actors Theater actors: List of male theater actors List of female theater actors Television actors: List of male television actors List of female television actors... This is a list of groups, organizations and festivals that recognize achievements in cinema, usually by awarding various prizes. ... This category lists cinematographers. ... This is a list of motion picture and television directors. ... Film editing, also called montage, is the connecting of one or more shots to form a sequence, and the subsequent connecting of sequences to form an entire movie. ... Subcategories There are 11 subcategories to this category shown below (more may be shown on subsequent pages). ... The history of film or cinema has brought this mass media from its early stages as an obscure novelty to one of the most important tools of communication and entertainment in the modern world. ... . ... Subcategories There are 3 subcategories to this category shown below (more may be shown on subsequent pages). ... This category contains articles about albums of music from or inspired by a particular motion picture. ... A film studio is an environment - interior or exterior - which is designed specifically for the production of motion pictures. ... Special effects (FX): 3-D film for movie history Stereoscopy for 3D technical details 3-D computer graphics Computer-generated imagery Digital compositing Optical effects Bluescreen/chroma key Stop trick Stop motion Editing: Timecode A Roll B Roll Cross cutting Cutaway Cut in Cut out Dissolve Establishing shot Hairy Arm... Category: ...

Africa

Burkina Faso  •  Nigeria  •  South Africa The term African cinema usually refers to the film production in countries south of the Sahara since they gained formal independence, which for many countries happened in the 1960s. ... The film industry in Burkina Faso is considered the best in West Africa, if not in Africa, with advanced production and distribution facilities. ... Cry, the Beloved Country (1995) Drum (2004) Fiela se Kind (1988) Forgiveness (2004) Inside Out (2000) Jump the Gun (1997) Mr Bones (2001) Paljas (1998) Promised Land (2002) Sarafina (1992) Story of an African Farm (2004) Yesterday (2004) In My Country (2005) This is an incomplete list. ...

Asia

East Asia :  China  •  Hong Kong  •  Japan  •  Korea  •  Taiwan  |  Southeast Asia :  Cambodia  •  Indonesia  •  Malaysia  •  Myanmar  •  Philippines  •  Singapore  •  Thailand  •  Vietnam  |  South Asia :  Bangladesh / Bengali  •  India (below)  •  Nepal  •  Pakistan  •  Sri Lanka Asian cinema refers to the film industries and films produced in the continent of Asia. ... East Asian cinema (sometimes called Far Eastern cinema, Eastern cinema, Asian cinema or Oriental cinema) is a term used to refer to the film industry and films produced in, and/or by natives of, East Asia. ... The cinema of Hong Kong is one of the three major threads in the history of Chinese language cinema, alongside the cinema of China, and the cinema of Taiwan. ... Korean cinema encompasses the motion picture industries of North Korea and South Korea. ... Southeast Asian cinema refers to the film industry and films produced in, and/or by natives of, Southeast Asia. ... South Asian cinema refers to the cinema of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan and the Maldives. ... Bengali cinema, or the Bengali film industry, is one of the earliest film industries in India. ... Sri Lankan cinema is highly acclaimed abroad - its films have won dozens of awards at international festivals. ...

India :  Assam  /  Bengali  /  Bollywood  /  Karnataka  /  Kollywood (Tamil)  /  Malayalam  /  Tollywood (Telugu) Assamese cinema was born in 1935 when Jyoti Prasad Agarwala released his movie Joymoti. ... Bengali cinema, or the Bengali film industry, is one of the earliest film industries in India. ... Bollywood (DevanāgarÄ«: बॉलीवुड, Nastaliq: بالیوڈ) is the informal name given to the popular Mumbai-based Hindi-Urdu language film industry in India. ... The Cinema of Karnataka encompasses movies made in the Indian state of Karnataka. ... Kollywood (Tamil : கோலிவூட்) is a name often applied to Tamil Cinema, based in Chennai (formerly Madras) in the state of Tamil Nadu in South India. ... Tamil may refer to: Tamil language, one of the Dravidian languages primarily spoken in South Asia Tamil script, primarily used to write the Tamil language Tamil people The word Tamil is also used as an adjective to qualify something of or pertaining to the Tamil people, culture, or language. ... Malayalam cinema, or movies in Malayalam language, forms a significant component of the Cinema of India, both as a form of art and as mass medium. ... This article is about the Telugu film industry. ... Telugu may refer to: Telugu language Telugu literature Telugu people Telugu script Telugu films Look up Telugu in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ...

Middle East

Egypt  •  Iran  • Israel  •  Turkey Middle eastern cinema refers collectively to the film output and film industries of the middle east. ...

Europe

Albania  •  Austria  •  Belgium  •  Bulgaria  •  Croatia  •  Czech Republic  •  Denmark  •  Estonia  •  Faroe Islands  •  Finland  •  France  •  Germany  •  Greece  •  Hungary  •  Iceland  •  Ireland  •  Italy  •  Luxembourg  •  Montenegro  •   Netherlands  •  Norway  •  Poland  •  Portugal  •  Romania  •  Russia  •  Serbia  •  Soviet Union  •  Spain  •  Sweden  •  Switzerland  •  Ukraine  •  U.K.  •  Yugoslavia European cinema is the cinema of Europe. ... Norwegian Anneke von der Lippe as the Faroese Barbara in the 1997 Danish motion picture The Faroe Islands do not have a long history of cinema. ... Montenegro has been the site of many domestic films. ... Serbia (both as an independent country and as part a part of former Yugoslavia) has been home to many internationally acclaimed films and directors. ... Soviet Cinema should not be used as a synonym for Russian Cinema. Although Russian language films predominated, several of the constituent republics of the Soviet Union contributed films reflecting elements of their pre-Soviet culture, language and history, although sometimes censored by the Central Government. ... Michael Caine in Get Carter (1971). ...

Americas

North America :  Canada / Quebec  •  U.S.A.  |  Latin America :  Argentina  •  Brazil  •  Colombia  •  Cuba  •  Mexico  •  Peru  •  Puerto Rico North American cinema refers collectively to the film output and film industries of North America. ... The history of cinema in Québec started on June 27, 1896 when the French Louis Minier inaugurated the first movie projection in North America in a Montreal theatre room. ... Much like American popular music, American cinema has had a profound effect on cinema across the world since the early 20th century. ... South American cinema refers collectively to the film output and film industries of South America. ... The history of film in Puerto Rico begins with a silent documentary from 1918, After Twenty Years: Porto Rico. ...

Australasia

Australia  •  New Zealand Australasian cinema refers collectively to the film output and film industries of Australasia. ... Strictly speaking, New Zealand cinema refers to films made by New Zealand-based production companies in New Zealand. ...


 
 

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