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cinematography

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A nonspecific term for any "real-time" analytic technique, including radiologic imaging.

Vox populi
The creation of films.

cinematography

in biomechanics, the use of cine film for analysis of human movement, now less common than video analysis.
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In Monsieur Lange and La Regle du jeu, Renoir's representation of violence in cinematographically similar but ideologically opposed manners foregrounds the dramatic shift from optimistic attitudes regarding the potential of community to its restricted function as a bulwark against change.
This sort of extreme fidelity may leave Proust at times almost unrecognizable, but all in the service of a filmic equivalent of Proust's achievement--or as Scarpetta suggests, "a film [that is] cinematographically proustien" (73)--rather than a filmed version of his book.
Because the Night lacked the cinematographically attractive packaging so pronounced in most of the pieces exhibited by Moderna Museet.
In fact, the verb "shoot" is to be taken here not only cinematographically, but also in the literal sense, insofar as the director of the crew, Remy (played by Belvaux), at one point shoots the technicians of another documentary film crew using Ben's own gun.
The moment at which Hersh enters the barrack that is to be his mortuary is presented in cinematographically symbolic terms.
For the exploitation film, "the discursive procedure which cinematographically defines [them], is the production of the transformation of the body into flesh.