Film History: Pre-Classical Cinema - Timeline of Cinema Ep. 1
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Do you love movies? Maybe you'll love the history of movies as well. Learn about Pre-Classical Cinema with Ministry of Cinema!
In this episode we discuss the birth of cinema, following it's pre-classical roots before the invention of the feature film. We examine early short films and the early film industry.
Spotlights include the innovative Lumiere brothers and their impact on the early film industry. We also explore the groundbreaking feature film The Birth of a Nation, the prototype of the modern film model.
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