Lumiere Brothers Showed Their First Motion Picture In Paris On This Day In 1895

Louis Lumiere and Auguste Lumiere, the French inventors showed their first motion¬†picture in Paris on March 22, 1895. They made the film ¬†using Cinematographe, which in turn was inspired by Thomas Edison’s invention Kinetascope. “Workers Leaving The Lumiere Factory,” is less than a minute long and to use that hackneyed phrase the rest is history.… Continue Reading