Movies, also known as movies, live images, movie theaters or moving photos, are a series of still images, which when displayed on the screen will create the illusion of moving images due to the phi phenomenon effect. This optical illusion forces viewers to see continuous movement between different objects rapidly and successively. The filmmaking process is a combination of art and industry. A movie can be made by photographing a real scene with a film camera; shooting pictures or miniature models using traditional animation techniques; with CGI and computer animation; or with a combination of some existing techniques and other visual effects.
The word cinema "cinema", which stands for cinematography, is often used to refer to the film industry, filmmaking and the art of filmmaking. The present definition of cinema is an art in the simulation of experience to communicate ideas, stories, points of view, taste, beauty or the atmosphere by being recorded and moving images that are in the program along with other sensory drivers.