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Slang term for a failed movie.

Flop

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The full form of "CGI".

Computer-generated Imagery

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Name of the first film camera.

The Kinetograph camera.

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The country with the largest film industry.

The United States

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Name synonymous with the American film industry. 

Hollywood

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Most popular movie genre (by market share).

Action or Adventure

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Decade in which the first film camera was made.

1890's

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The highest grossing movie of all time. 

Avatar ($2.9 billion)

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Someone who likes movies. (One Word)

Cinephile

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Frame rate at which movies are typically shot in.

24 fps

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The way that film was first used in Africa by Europeans.

As a method of assimilation with little interest in the depiction of African culture. 

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The highest grossing horror movie of all time. 


Hint: It was released after 2010.

It 

(Box office of around 700 million dollars worldwide.)

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Name of one film industry in Asia.

Hallyuwood, Bollywood, Cantonwood, etc

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The difference in the Soviet and Western perspectives of cinema. 

Soviets viewed it as a popular art form, while Westerners viewed it as a form of entertainment. 

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Year that the first Russian film was made.

1908

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Amount of money that "The 13th Warrior", the biggest film flop of all time, lost. 

69-129 million dollars

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Another word for product placement. Often used in movies.

Embedded marketing

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Number of movies released in the US and Canada last year. (Estimate)

403

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Name of the first black film director in South Africa

Gibson Kente ("How Long?" in 1976)

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The highest-grossing film director of all time.

Steven Spielberg 

Made $10.6 billion dollars over 37 movies at the worldwide box office.

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