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He soon added two more, Crown Theatre in Mint and Globe (later called Roxy) in Purasawalkam.Swamikannu Vincent, who had built the first cinema of South India in Coimbatore, introduced the concept of "Tent Cinema" in which a tent was erected on a stretch of open land close to a town or village to screen the films.When the talkies appeared, film producers had to travel to Bombay or Calcutta to make films.Most films of this early period were celluloid versions of well-known stage plays.Tamil cinema later had a profound effect on other filmmaking industries of India, establishing Madras (now Chennai) as a secondary hub for Hindi cinema, other South Indian film industries, as well as Sri Lankan cinema.Over the last quarter of the 20th century, Tamil films from India established a global presence through distribution to an increasing number of overseas theatres in Singapore, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Japan, the Middle East, parts of Africa, Oceania, Europe, and North America. Hariharan,cheyyar first screened a selection of silent short films at the Victoria Public Hall in Madras.
Venkiah traveled with this unit to Burma (now Myanmar) and Sri Lanka, and when he had gathered enough money, he put up a permanent cinema house in Madras—Gaiety, in 1914, the first cinema house in Madras to be built by an Indian.
Swamikannu Vincent, a railway draftsman from Tiruchirapalli, became a travelling exhibitor in 1905.
He showed short movies in a tent in Esplanade, near the present Parry's Corner, using carbide jet-burners for projection.
Most of the films screened then were shorts made in the United States and Britain. But soon, hour-long films, which narrated dramatic stories, then known as "drama films", were imported.
From 1912 onwards, feature films made in Bombay (now Mumbai) were also screened in Madras. The arrival of drama films firmly established cinema as a popular entertainment form. Fascinated by this new entertainment form, an automobile dealer in the Thousand Lights area of Madras, R.