Edison: The Invention of the Movies

Truly an event to be celebrated by cinephiles, "Edison: The Invention of the Movies" is an unprecedented survey of one of cinema's most influential figures. From 19th-century screen tests never intended for public screening to the last feature-length film released by the Thomas A. Edison Studios in 1918, this collection of 140 archival motion pictures, provides an insightful historical look at the origins of cinema unparalleled in its comprehensiveness.

Year: 2005
Genre: Documentaries, Film On Film, Silent Films, Classic Cinema
Country: USA
Duration: 730 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Documentary (Film On Film)



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