By Emmanuelle Toulet
The tale of the delivery of the cinema starts in a Parisian theater in 1895 whilst a highway scene of horses and carriages abruptly starts off to move--and reportage, go back and forth motion pictures, tales, and experiments with colour and tune quickly stick with.
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His sons took over the business and went on tour a "magic lantern," an early m A LITTLE-KNOWN PRECURSOR r»" around northern and central Europe with "transformation scenes" produced by lanterns equipped with multiple lenses. As a businessman concerned with keeping his show fresh, Max Skladanowsky took series of photographic shots on celluloid film, then worked for three years on the construction of an enormous projector, the Bioskop, 39 *W3Q which featured two film strips, which ran in parallel perforated with metallic eyelets, and were exposed alternately.
Eventually, in order to record photographic views, the American inventor abandoned the cylinder for a celluloid roll with perforations (sprocket holes) along each side, through which a toothed sprocket wheel would run; this ensured a uniform feed. tiously. 1889, In His West Orange Laboratories, Edison Constructed the Kinetoscope tt| d^^w A 1 In 1889 tne as George W. Eastman, of company that is still known Eastman Kodak, had begun to sell a new kind of flexible and transparent photographic material made of cellulose nitrate.
He ruined himself or the cinema, while other film producers got rich. my The first shop that grandparents could obtain at the Montparnasse railway ation was a kiosk in an pen-air market. " Madeleine Malthete-Melies, granddaughter of Georges Melies Melies (below and opposite, at his shop His Passion for Magic Led Georges Melies to the Forefront of the Cinema "One evening in 1931," wrote the film historian Georges Sadoul, "quitting his toy shop, Georges Melies, old and ruined, put on his best coat to participate in a banquet set for three hundred guests.
Birth of the Motion Picture by Emmanuelle Toulet