film-making process in which a motion picture is projected on a screen, with the width of the image two and a half times its height. The French ... [4 related articles]
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cinemascope Etymologically related 'look, see, view, visible, vision' word families: blep-; -orama; pheno-; spec-; vid-, visuo-.
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A trade name for a system of anamorphic widescreen projection.(Cinematography)
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Trade name for a widescreen film aspect ratio, today usually called Panavision.
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This lens system was developed by Twentieth Century-Fox after the work of Henri Chretien. With the lens he developed, photographs were able to be taken of an one hundred and eighty degree panorama. Fox replicated the device for film endeavors so that the camera could capture on film a breadth of inf...
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Trade name for a wide-screen process using anamorphic lenses, in which images are compressed during filming and then extended during projection over a wide curved screen. The process was invented by French physicist Henri Chrétien in the late 1920s. The first film to be made in CinemaScope was T...
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