Definition of cinematographically in English:

cinematographically

Pronunciation /-ˌmatəˈɡrafik(ə)lē/

adverb

See cinematography

‘It becomes apparent that every effort has been made cinematographically to portray a rose-tinted memory.’
  • ‘Jean Cocteau once said of Bresson, ‘He expresses himself cinematographically as a poet would with his pen.’’
  • ‘She has made a cinematographically beautiful film empty of Nabokov's ecstatic genius, his prescient psychology, and her own original talent.’
  • ‘This was the point when Melville was making films that were very beautiful cinematographically.’
  • ‘Every second Tuesday night we will be offering something cinematographically fresh and different.’