The Lumiere Brothers' First Films

Directed by The Lumiere Brothers

Image Entertainment | February 28, 2000 | DVD

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A restored collection of the works of early French documentarians Auguste and Louis Lumiere, who shot the world's first film when they turned a motion picture camera on their fellow factory workers leaving the building for the day in March 1895. Includes "The Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat," "Demolition of a Wall," "A Sprinkler Sprinkled," and other rare works. The project is narrated in English by director Bertrand Tavernier, who describes the influence of the Lumiere Brothers' aesthetic on world cinema.

Video Release: February 28, 2000

Theatrical Release: 1996

Runtime: 61

Rating: Not Rated

Studio: Image Entertainment

UPC: 738329010621

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The Lumiere Brothers' First Films

Directed by The Lumiere Brothers

Video Release: February 28, 2000

Theatrical Release: 1996

Runtime: 61

Rating: Not Rated

Studio: Image Entertainment

UPC: 738329010621


Edition Description
  • B&W and Color
  • Runtime: 61 minutes
  • NTSC (Canada and USA)
  • Originally in English

Synopsis

A restored collection of the works of early French documentarians Auguste and Louis Lumiere, who shot the world's first film when they turned a motion picture camera on their fellow factory workers leaving the building for the day in March 1895. Includes "The Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat," "Demolition of a Wall," "A Sprinkler Sprinkled," and other rare works. The project is narrated in English by director Bertrand Tavernier, who describes the influence of the Lumiere Brothers' aesthetic on world cinema.

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A restored collection of the works of early documentarians Auguste and Louis Lumiere, who shot the world's first film when they turned a motion picture camera on their fellow factory workers leaving the building for the day on March 19, 1895. Includes "The Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat," "Demolition of a Wall," "A Sprinkler Sprinkled," and other rare works. Narrated in English by French director Bertrand Tavernier, who describes the influence of the Lumiere Brothers' aesthetic on world cinema in the present century.

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