The miniature art, which was included in the "Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage" by UNESCO in December 2020, conveys hundreds of years of experience at the cultural intersection of East and West. The miniature, which is the presentation of different styles, pushes the limits of imagination in portraying reality, while also witnessing history. Cinema is another art branch that is the product of intercultural intersection like miniature in the presentation of visual stories and visual realities. The works of Murat Palta, which blends miniature and cinema in today's postmodern art interpretations, draw attention. Transforming the films he selected from Turkish ans World cinema into a miniature scene, Palta also designed the poster for the 37th Istanbul Film Festival. The aim of our study is to evaluate and interpret the relationship of two different branches of visual art, their journeys in the historical process and their current forms through Murat Palta's miniature examples. Although there are few studies in the field that deal with the relationship between miniature and cinema art on the principle of reflecting reality, there is no other study examining the interpretation of miniature art in a cinematic context with semiotc method. In this context, it is thought that this article will form a basis for further studies. In line with the information obtained from the literature review, Murat Palta miniatures selected from the examples of world cinema will be analyzed with the semiotic method with the theories of L.Hjelmslev and Roland Barthes.