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Publié le 1 Mars 2014 par Ismail Ghedamsi-filion

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Escamotage d'une dame(1896)

Publié le 1 Mars 2014 par Ismail Ghedamsi-filion

Parisian French film-maker Georges Méliès first film based on a trick of substitution (one of the earliest instances of trick photography with stop-action - an early special effect) was Escamotage d'une dame au théâtre Robert Houdin (1896) (aka The Conjuring of a Woman at the House of Robert Houdin).

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The Haunted Castle (1896)

Publié le 28 Février 2014 par small

La Manoir du Diable (The Devilâs Castle) was released on Christmas Eve, 1896, at the Theatre Robert Houdin, 8 boulevard des Italiens, Paris. It is only about 3 minutes long and although its creator intended it to be amusing most people consider it to be a horror film. 

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admiral cigarette (1897)

Publié le 27 Février 2014 par small


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The Lumiere Brothers First films (1895)

Publié le 27 Février 2014 par small

A collection of short films made by the Lumiere brothers, a team of pioneering filmmakers in turn-of-the-century France.

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Annabelle Serpentine Dance(1894)

Publié le 27 Février 2014 par small

Annabelle Serpentine Dance one of several silent films produced and distributed by Edison Manufacturing Company in the late 19th century. Each depicts the popular serpentine dance performed by Annabelle Whitford. Many of the prints were distributed in color

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Experimental Sound Film (1894-1895)

Publié le 27 Février 2014 par small

In the early 1890s, Edison and Dickson also devised a prototype sound-film system called the Kinetophonograph or Kinetophone - a precursor of the 1891 Kinetoscope with a cylinder-playing phonograph (and connected earphone tubes) to provide the unsynchronized sound. The projector was connected to the phonograph with a pulley system, but it didn't work very well and was difficult to synchronize. It was formally introduced in 1895, but soon proved to be unsuccessful since competitive, better synchronized devices were also beginning to appear at the time. The first known (and only surviving) film with live-recorded sound made to test the Kinetophone was the 17-second Dickson Experimental Sound Film (1894-1895).


 

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Carmencita (1894)

Publié le 27 Février 2014 par small

A short film (about 21 seconds long) titled Carmencita (1894) was directed and produced by Edison's employee William K.L. Dickson. She was filmed March 10-16, 1894 in Edison's Black Maria studio in West Orange, NJ.

Spanish dancer Carmencita was the first woman to appear in front of an Edison motion picture camera, and quite possibly the first female to appear in a US motion picture. In some cases, the projection of the scandalous film on a Kinetoscope was forbidden, because it revealed Carmencita's legs and undergarments as she twirled and danced. 

This was one of the earliest cases of censorship in the moving picture industry.

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