Movie History

Are you a movie student, then you should know all these movies listed below,


Roundhay Garden Scene 1888

Roundhay Garden Scene is an 1888 short film directed by inventor Louis Le Prince. It was recorded at 12 frames per second and runs for 2.11 seconds. It is the oldest surviving film in existence, noted by the Guinness Book of Records.


Annie Oakley 1894

The ‘Little Sure Shot’ of the ‘Wild West.’ Exhibition of Rifle Shooting at Glass Balls.


Dickson Experimental Film 1894

Release date: 1894 (initial release)
Director: William Dickson
Running time: 0.2833 minutes

The Arrival of Train at La Ciotat Station 1895

Directed by Auguste Lumière, Louis Lumière
Produced by Auguste Lumièr, Louis Lumière
Cinematography Luis Lumière


Exiting the Factory 1895

1st Projected Film LOUIS LUMIERE – La Sortie des Usines a Lyon
Directed by Louis Lumière
Produced by Louis Lumière

Panorama du Grand Canal vu d un Bateau 1896

Director : Alexandre Promio

Country : France
Language : None


The Cabbage Fairy 1896

1st Female Filmmaker ALICE GUY BLACHE La Fee aux Choux.


The Great Train Robbery 1903

Directed by – Edwin S. Porter
Produced by – Edwin S. Porter
Written by – Edwin S. Porter, Scott Marble

Battle of Chemulpo Bay 1904

Filming Locations : Edison Studio, New York City, New York, USA
Sound Mix : Silent
Color : Black and White


Frankenstein 1910

Frankenstein is a 1910 film made by Edison Studios that was written and directed by J. Searle Dawley. It was the first motion picture adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein