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world premiere

noun as in sneak preview

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AFI will open on Tuesday, June 22 with the world premiere of “Naomi Osaka,” an intimate look inside the life of one of today’s most gifted athletes.

The spring digital season continues May 5, with filmmaker Sofia Coppola directing NYCB’s first virtual gala and featuring five works, including a world premiere by resident choreographer Justin Peck.

It is culminating with the world premiere of “Etta and Ella,” a 30-minute work performed with mesmeric focus by Caroline Clay.

Though Cardin was able to make it to the world premiere at the Venice Film Festival last year, where he received a standing ovation, the film is now coming out for mass consumption during strange times.

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Now the thwarted world premiere project is about to be reinvented as a film to stream at home.

Jessica Solce is the director of No Control, making its World Premiere at DOC NYC on November 15.

Those of us who got to see that world premiere felt like it was our record, too.

There was nothing more thrilling than hearing that deep booming voice announce “world premiere” on TRL.

On January 18, 2013, The Spectacular Now made its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival—and people liked it!

A War Room for the 2008 election season, By the People had its world premiere in Los Angeles this week.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to world premiere, such as: debut, first appearance, first night, first showing, gala opening, and gala performance.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.