Meaning of film premiere in English:

film premiere

noun

  • The first public showing of a film.

    ‘she enjoys a glittering social life, attending film premieres and art gallery openings’
    • ‘Five thousand fans lined the streets outside the Odeon cinema in Leicester Square for the film premiere.’
    • ‘Now he is planning the most spectacular world film premiere in history, at the Piazza San Marco, Venice.’
    • ‘She missed her own film premiere in London last week to fly back to New York for the trial.’
    • ‘He also restored Hollywood's landmark El Capitan cinema and has organised glitzy film premieres in Hollywood.’
    • ‘Meeting the Queen was the highlight, but there were invitations to film premieres and many different experiences.’
    • ‘He's been seen out at film premieres and in the cafes of Victoria Street, near where he's living.’
    • ‘Recently she wore Sandeep's creations at two international film premieres in New York and Toronto.’
    • ‘A spokesman said the film premiere of Calendar Girls would be in the summer.’
    • ‘He is reverting to that teenage dream, in which he is famous for his driving, rather than for turning up at a film premiere or two.’
    • ‘He accompanied her to the film premiere of The Yellow Rolls-Royce, and to the reception afterwards at Claridge's.’