The importance of cinema from the old days to new


The importance of cinema lies in being one of the media that sheds light on society’s issues and transmits its voice more objectively than the media that is restricted by strict policies and regulations.

Documentary films are of great importance to various societal groups, and interest in documentaries has increased due to people’s interaction with humanitarian issues, and the social facts that were discussed and highlighted in a more accurate and credible manner, and today these filmmakers are looking to benefit from audience data and opinions announced through social networks. To formulate the contents of films based on them, cinema has become an effective tool, and this influence and role are eligible to increase and deepen rapidly.

Cinema and cinematic art:

Cinema is classified as one of the types of arts shared by several combined skills and arts, which is summarized in the production of documentary and entertainment films to be shown in cinemas, where the films are distinguished among them by the quality of the target audience, and the nature of messages addressed to him through dialogues and the characters in the film.

History of cinema and cinematography:

Cinema arose in the context of technological development at the beginning of the nineteenth century, after the development of graphic imaging and its display and moving mechanisms, as companies were competing with each other to provide projection machines, and to open cinemas at the lowest costs, as the date of the first international patent for cinema in its initial form dates back to 1895 AD, to develop After that, the film industry with all its components, and that development continues to this day.

The global film industry:

Some people may underestimate the power of cinema and its social, economic, and intellectual effects, but it is one of the most profitable industries in the world, with the United States of America and Canada topping the list of countries with the most profit from the film industry, followed by China and Britain, then Japan and finally India, which is It is the country that produces the most movies every year.

That cinema is a wide world of expression and not a simple tool that reproduces (images of reality) and that it only simulates reality, as much as it derives its meanings from the symbols of that reality and expresses the components of the unconscious world or imagination and imagination because (the image) is a form of expression that the living experience cannot express About him and the effect on the recipient except through it.

With the fact that modern cinematic technologies play a fundamental role in serving the imagination of filmmakers and embodying it through moving and interesting images that embody the creation of the topic, and this role is not limited to science fiction films and exotic films but includes all types of cinematic films, whether they depend on the types of fast, slow or dependent movements The realistic curriculum deals with subjects whose materials are derived from issues of reality, and from these facts lies the importance and danger of this wonderful art, the art of cinema.