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Il était une fois la 1ère séance publique payante de l'histoire du cinéma


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À quelques jours de la réouverture des cinémas, repartons en 1895, le 28 décembre.
Ce jour-là eut lieu la 1ère séance publique payante de l'histoire du Cinématographe Lumière, au Salon Indien du Grand Café à Paris.

10 films composaient la programmation de cette projection. 

 

Voici un lien pour les visionner (sur le site de l'INSTITUT LUMIÈRE de Lyon) : 
http://www.institut-lumiere.org/musee/les-freres-lumiere-et-leurs-inventions/premiere-seance.html

 

Une façon de rendre hommage aux exploitants de salle et projectionnistes...
Bonne reprise à eux et viva il cinema! :) 
 

 

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Affiche Brispot "Premier film" [1896]
[Foule spectateurs au Grand Café]


  

 

 

 

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