The committee would also examine the role of central government and the powers of the state governments in allowing cinematographic exhibition of films.
What does CINE stand for?
CINE stands for Cinematographic
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We have 10 other meanings of CINE in our Acronym Attic
- Center for Integration of Natural Disaster Information (USGS)
- Compact Integrated Narcotics Detection Instrument
- Countrywide Integrated Noncommunicable Diseases Intervention (WHO program)
- Coupled Ion Neutral Dynamics Investigation (space sciences)
- Closed-Shell Intermediate Neglect of Differential Overlap
- Cluster Modified Intermediate Neglect of Differential Overlap Restricted-
- Compassionate Investigational New Drug Study (medical marijuana program)
- Cartoon Images for Network Education
- Centre for Indigenous Peoples Nutrition and Environment
- Clasificación Internacional de la Situación en el Empleo (Spanish)
- Communications in Education
- Climbing Image-Nudged Elastic Band
- Colombo International Nautical and Engineering College
- Consorzio Interuniversitario del Nord est Italiano Per il Calcolo Automatico (Interuniversity Consortium High Performance Systems)
- Catholic Initiative for Enlightened Movie Appreciation (Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines)
- Colour Interactive Editor for Multiple Alignments (software)
- Columbia Internet Extensible Multimedia Architecture
- Commerce, Internet, and Electronic Mail Access Services
- Configurable Integrated Multimedia Architecture (University of Stuttgart)
Samples in periodicals archive:
He announced the upcoming organisation of an Iranian cultural week in Tunisia and also reminded of the Iranian participation in the Carthage Cinematographic Days, to start next November 16.
If Malick intended a spiritual message geared to our day, he succeeded: With all the contrivance and bombast of current cinematographic technology, his parallel wisdom is equally superficial.
The main imports include machinery, electrical and electronic equipment, machinery, and optical, photographic and cinematographic equipment.
Its aim is to promote quality films and thus contribute to ensuring cinematographic and cultural diversity in Switzerland as well as throughout Europe.
Other topics of discussion included the influence of emerging cinematographic technology on television content, 'Competition and quality: finding the balance,' how production quality is affected by a large number of decision makers and marketing audiovisual content and its influence on home audiences.