iMovie allows you to automatically upload videos to iCloud on iPhone, iPad and Mac. But, if you don't want your videos automatically uploaded to iCloud, then you just need to turn OFF automatic uploading in iMovie settings on your iOS device.
To turn Off automatic uploading iMovie videos to iCloud on iPad, go to "Settings" on your iPad and tap "iMovie". Now tap to turn Off "Upload to iCloud".
If you want to verify that iMovie Theater is set up with iCloud, then go to "Settings" on your iPad and tap "iCloud" and then tap "Documents & Data" option. Here make sure that iMovie is turned ON. If you have upgraded to iCloud Drive, then go to "Settings" and tap "iCloud" and then tap "iCloud Drive" and make sure that iMovie is turned ON.
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