wide-screen : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s (motion pictures) projected on a screen with much greater width than height
- Critics praise Chan's work as an actor-director (he has helmed 11 of his own features, and is the boss on all the rest) because of his keen eye for wide-screen compositions and for .
- Already he has bought an SUV and a wide-screen TV on credit.
- And though the wide-screen process stuck, 3-D disappeared within a few years; many films shot in the process were released in "flat" versions.
News & Articles
- Golf fundraiser set for Friday
A Southern California company is building luxury survivalist bunkers complete with wide-screen TVs, plumbing, and bunk-beds. They start at about $65 thousand dollars and that doesn't include the cost of digging a big enough hole.
Sept. 9, 2013 - The Danville Commercial-News
- Millard Fuller in WXVT
But Fuller said people need to understand that "you will not wither up and die if you don't have that wide-screen TV."
- Steve Jobs in Inside Bay Area
We think this is pretty cool, Apple TV, movies, TV shows, music and photos all on a wide-screen TV,Jobs said.