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2015 in film

2015 in film gives an overview of events including highest-grossing films, award ceremonies and festivals a list of films and notable deaths.

                                               

1888 in film

Charles-Emile Reynaud patents the Optical theatre, which uses a kind of perforated film to create an animated show. Étienne-Jules Marey starts work on his chronophotographe camera with a width of 90 mm roll paper film. George Eastman files for a ...

                                               

1889 in film

The first moving pictures developed on celluloid film in Hyde Park, London by William Friese-Greene. Eastman Kodak company is the first company to start industrial production of the film on a flexible transparent base, celluloid. William K. L. Di ...

                                               

1890 in film

The first moving pictures developed on celluloid film William Friese Greene, a British inventor, in Hyde Park, London in 1889. The process was patented in 1890. William K. L. Dickson completes his work for Thomas Edison on the Kinetograph cylinde ...

                                               

1891 in film

May 20 – first public display of the prototype of Thomas Edisons horizontal kinetoscope: Dickson greeting is displayed in the Edison laboratories at the Convention of the National Federation of womens clubs in West orange, new Jersey. Mar – Willi ...

                                               

1892 in film

18 October – event Optical theatre opens, showing projected motion pictures on display in the musée grévin in Paris. Max Skladanowsky develops a camera and shoots his first video this year, but its unusual interleaved image format leaves him ulti ...

                                               

1893 in film

The blacksmith stage and introduced Thomas Edison. Thomas Edison builds Americas first film Studio, Black Maria. The first major public movie show, the worlds Columbian exhibition.

                                               

1894 in film

The films of Thomas Edison and his assistant, Fred Ott sneezing with the kinetoscope at the "Black Maria". William Kennedy Dickson receives a patent for the film. January 7. (7 января) June 6 - Charles Francis Jenkins projects filmed the movie in ...

                                               

1895 in film

May 27 – BIRT acres patents Kineopticon under your name. William Kennedy Dickson and his sister Antonia to publish the history of the Kinetograph, kinetoscope, and Kinetophonograph in the United States, with a Foreword by Thomas Edison, the first ...

                                               

1896 in film

Robert W. Paul demonstrates his film projector, in Theatrograph later known as the Animatograph, at the Alhambra theatre. January – in the United States, the Vitascope film projector is designed by Charles Francis Jenkins and Thomas Armat. Armat ...

                                               

1897 in film

Mitchell and Kenyon go to the cinema partnerships in Blackburn in the North of England. May 4 – during a film screening at the charity Bazaar in Paris, the curtain caught fire from the ether used to fuel the projector lamp. The fire spreads and b ...

                                               

1898 in film

Below is an overview of events in 1898 in the movie, including the list of films and noble families. The Spanish–American war was a popular topic. Several films made by Colonel William N. Selig discussed the preparations for the war at camp Tanne ...

                                               

1899 in film

Mitchell and Kenyon in Blackburn in the North of England will release three fantastic films under the brand name Norden that attract attention, surprise, the tramps, the tramps and the artist and the kidnapping by the Indians and first Western. K ...

                                               

1900 in film

William N. Selig in the Chicago stockyards (Уильям Н. Селиг в Чикаго складов) - from hoof to market Chicago Philip Danforth armour, a prominent businessman in the industry of Meatpacking, showing a complete process of Meatpacking from the cattle ...

                                               

1901 in film

Edwin S. porter charging Thomas Edisons motion-picture production company. Thomas Edison closes "Americas First movie Studio", the Edison "Black Maria".

                                               

1902 in film

William Wardell invents 11 format mm Amateur film, Vitak. August 9 – Georges Melies film the coronation of Edward VII phased modeling with inserted footage of relevance was first shown in London on the evening of the coronation. April 2 – Thomas ...

                                               

1903 in film

Gaston Méliès, Georges brother, opens a branch of a movie star in new York to protect its copyright industries. Three of the elder "Warner Bros" will begin in the exhibition business and open his first theater, the Cascade. Thomas Edison demolish ...

                                               

1904 in film

As shown in the film series Westinghouse works, some filmmakers begin to move away from eye-level filmmaking and use the camera to explore space at an angle usually inaccessible to the average person. William Fox purchase his first Nickelodeon. J ...

                                               

1905 in film

Pathé frères colors black and white movies on the machine. The misadventure of a French gentleman without pants at the Zandvoort beach is the oldest of the Dutch feature film released albert Frere. Later will be included in the Canon of Dutch cin ...

                                               

1906 in film

26 December – the worlds first feature film, the story of the Kelly gang, is released. Carl Lowe opens one of the first cinemas in Chicago.

                                               

1907 in film

June 20 – LEnfant prodigue, the first feature film produced in Europe, opens in Paris. November 28 - in Haverhill, Massachusetts, scrap-metal dealer Louis B. Mayer opens his first movie theater for several years he was the largest theater chain i ...

                                               

1908 in film

Pathé invented the newsreel that was shown in cinemas before the feature film. July 14 – D. W. Griffith became Director of the American Mutoscope and Biograph company in new York. Between 1908 and 1913, Griffith would direct nearly 500 films sinc ...

                                               

1909 in film

Carl Lowe founded the independent moving pictures imp company. October 25 – the devil will release his first film, Hiawatha, based on the 1855 poem the Song of Hiawatha Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. December 20 – James Joyce opens the Volta cinema, ...

                                               

1910 in film

May 6 – newsreel footage of the funeral of Edward VII is filmed in Kinemacolor, making it the first color newsreel. March 18 – the first cinematic version of Mary Shelleys Frankenstein 1818 released in the U.S. the Edison studios. One of the firs ...

                                               

1911 in film

March 23: D. W. Griffith shows the first close-up shot on film with the successful release of the Lonedale operator proving his growing skill how to use film. Feb published: journal of the history of cinema the first American film fan magazine. F ...

                                               

1912 in film

June 8 – new York film company merges with universal, giving universal studios in edendale, Los Angeles. May 18 – Sri Pundalik by Dadasaheb Torne, the first Indian film released. Edison is kinetoscope appliances, home cinema projector, which uses ...

                                               

1913 in film

1913 was an especially fruitful for the cinema as an art form, and often cited one of the years in the decade, contributed to the medium the most, along with 1917. The year was one where filmmakers from several countries have made great artistic ...

                                               

1914 in film

21 December – Release of the first American made feature-length Comedy film, Tillies Interrupted by Roman, who was also Marie Dressler and Charlie Chaplin feature film debuts. February 10 - release of the film Hearts adrift, the name of Mary Pick ...

                                               

1915 in film

February: founded metro pictures, a forerunner of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The Corporation creates a duplex split duplex, an early widescreen format where the image of the film is rotated 90 degrees and occupies half normal. October 1: the US court i ...

                                               

1916 in film

August 10 – the official British propaganda documentary film the Battle of the Somme took place in London. In the first six weeks in General release dated August 20 million people watch it. 11 mm Amateur film gauge, appears on the market. July 19 ...

                                               

1917 in film

1917 in film was particularly productive for the art, and is often referred to as one of the years in the decade, contributed to the medium the most, along with 1913. Again within the year there was limited global embrace of the narrative of the ...

                                               

1918 in film

Jul – animated the sinking of the Lusitania - one of the first examples of animation being used for something other than Comedy. 28 mm safety standard film, designed by Alexander Victor, becomes one of the first movie formats to use "protective f ...

                                               

1919 in film

18 September – Ufa-Palast am zoo in Berlin opens restored as a permanent cinema with the premiere of Ernst Lubitschs Madame du Barry. 24 October - the Capitol theatre in new York city is one of the largest cinemas in the world with 4.000 seats. T ...

                                               

1920 in film

August – Jack Cohn, Joe Brandt and Harry Cohn form C. B. C. film sales Corporation, which would later become Columbia pictures. November 27 – the Mark of Zorro, starring Douglas Fairbanks opens.

                                               

1921 in film

March 6 – silent epic war film the Four horsemen of the Apocalypse, filmed in June Mathis, released in the United States. This years highest grossing film and the sixth best grossing film of all time, accelerates Rudolph Valentino to fame and ins ...

                                               

1922 in film

11 Jun Prime Minister of the United States Robert J. Flahertys Nanook of the North, the first commercially successful documentary feature. November 26 – "the toll of the sea", starring Anna may Wong and Kenneth Harlan, debuts as the first General ...

                                               

1923 in film

April 15 – Lee De forest demonstrates the Phonofilm sound-on-film system at the Rivoli theatre in new York with a series of short musical films featuring vaudeville performers. April 4 – Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc. included.

                                               

1924 in film

April 17 – entertainment entrepreneur Marcus Loew hosting Metro pictures, Goldwyn pictures Corporation and Louis B. Mayer pictures to create Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer MGM. January 10 – the distributions of PGS build. and was renamed as Columbia picture ...

                                               

1925 in film

June 26: Charlie Chaplin gold Prime peak. He named the best movie of the year critics in the film Daily annual poll. December 30: Premier of Ben-Hur, the most expensive silent film ever made, costing $ 4 million to about 57 million dollars, adjus ...

                                               

1926 in film

February is the oldest animated feature film released in the Weimar Republic, directed by Lotte Reiniger. Its called the adventures of Prince Achmed die adventure des prinzen Achmed. August 23 – Rudolph Valentino, whose film the Sheikhs Son now p ...

                                               

1927 in film

March 11 – the worlds largest Movie Theater, the Roxy Theatre opens in new York. September 23 – Fox films acquires the rights to tri-Ergon sound-on-film technology, which was developed in 1919 by three German inventors, Joseph Engl, Hans Vogt, an ...

                                               

1928 in film

Below is an overview of 1928 in film, including significant events, a list of films and notable births and deaths. Although some movies released in 1928 had sound, most of them still silent.

                                               

1929 in film

The days of the silent film are numbered. A mad scramble to provide synchronized sound is on. December – antitrust lawsuits filed against William Fox and Warner Bros, the Department of justice for the acquisition of Fox, Loews and purchase Warner ...

                                               

1930 in film

November 1: the big trail a young John Wayne in his first starring role goes to 35mm and a very early form of 70mm film. This is the first large-scale big-budget film of the sound era costing over $ 2 million. The film is praised for its aestheti ...

                                               

1931 in film

December 14: plan of refinancing of RKO approved. November 17: E. R. Tinker elected President of Fox films replacing Harley L. Clarke. 5 Jan: RKO acquires the manufacturing and distribution arm of pathé for $ 4.6 million. July 7: anti-competitive ...

                                               

1932 in film

The film Daily Yearbook listed the following top ten headlines of the events of the year. James Granger leaves, a Fox and was replaced by John Clark, a former chief. Sidney Kent leaves "paramount pictures" and joins the "Fox film". New sectoral p ...

                                               

1933 in film

Film Daily Yearbook lists the following ten leading news events of the year in North America. Receivers appointed for the pabliks paramount, RKO and Fox theatres. The Sirovich bill for sweeping probe of the industry will be defeated. John D. Hert ...

                                               

1934 in film

December 11 – Fox produces Sol M. Wurtzel bright eyes, starring their hot new property, Shirley temple. Shirley sings "on the good ship Lollipop", and wins the first Oscar ever given to a child, for her endearing portrayal of Shirley Blake. May 1 ...

                                               

1935 in film

The cinema releases of 1935 were highly representative of the early Golden age period of Hollywood. This period was marked by performances from Judy garland, Clark gable and Shirley temple. A significant number of industries have also emerged in ...

                                               

1936 in film

February 15 – first Republic serial, darkest Africa, released. May 29 – Fritz langs first Hollywood film Fury, starring Spencer Tracy and Bruce Cabot, is released.

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