verb (used with or without object), cin·e·ma·tized, cin·e·ma·tiz·ing.
to adapt (a novel, play, etc.) for motion pictures.
Chiefly British. cinematograph(def 3).
shoot, print, illustrate, reproduce, capture, picture, turn, get, lens, record, mug, snapshot, film, snap, copy, roll, take, photo, Photostat, microfilm
Also especially British, cin·e·ma·tise.
Origin of cinematize
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Examples from the Web for cinematize
It may be impossible to cinematize Fitzgerald, but dramatizing his vision would do.