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From silent film to the present day – how have cinemas changed?

March 17, 2014

If you’re under the age of twenty you make think cinemas have always been huge, multi-screen behemoths situated out-of-town, each with a selection of at least a dozen films to watch. This wasn’t always the case however, as cinema has evolved quite considerably over the years – as has 3D, which isn’t a new invention at all. Have a look at this infographic produced by Cineworld to show the history of cinemas, and how they have changed over the years.

From silent film to the present day – how have cinemas changed?

Darren has enjoyed an interest in film for many years, studying the subject at Newport Film School where he worked on the film ‘Cop on the Edge IX: Prelude to Justice‘ in a directing and acting capacity. The official site can be enjoyed here. Darren setup WhatDVD.Net in 2003 to further his love of films and to write passionately about the movies he enjoys, and about those that he doesn’t.

Although his day-to-day activities mean that he now has less time to review movies than he would ideally prefer, he still tries to review new releases, and DVDs from his extensive collection, whenever possible.
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  1. thebrumsNo Gravatar on March 17th, 2014 2:19 pm

    RT @WhatDVD: From silent film to the present day – how have cinemas changed?: If you’re under the age of twenty you ma… http://t.co/F2pvD…

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