Cinematography & Film

  • 90 min.

    Anton Corbijn Inside Out

    Quirijns, Klaartje, 2012

    Anton Corbijn's prolific work has shaped the image of artists such as Joy Division, U2, Nirvana, Metalica, Depeche Mode or R.E.M. But what drives the photographer, filmmaker and video artist who has been hidden from the public for so long?

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  • 52 min.

    Satyajit Ray Negatives

    Werf, Bo van der, 2005

    Satyajit Ray Negatives explores the obsessive fascination of a photographer for his only subject – Satyajit Ray, the great Indian filmaker.

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  • 52 min.

    Quirino Cristiani

    Zucchelli, Gabriele, 2007

    Who made the first animated feature film? Today forgotten, Quirino Cristiani delivered the first animated movie El Apostol in Buenos Aires in 1917.

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  • 1 min.

    Demolition of a wall

    Lumière, Louis, 1895

    Produced in 1896 "Demolition of a wall" shows the demolition of a wall in the grounds of the Lumiere factory.

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  • 1 min.

    Arrival of a train at La Ciotat

    Lumière, Louis, 1895

    The Lumieres held the first private screening of projected motion pictures on March 22, 1895. Their first public screening of films at which admission was charged was held on December 28, 1895, at Paris's Salon Indien du Grand Cafe.

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  • 1 min.

    Baby's breakfast

    Lumière, Louis, 1895

    The Lumieres held the first private screening of projected motion pictures on March 22, 1895. Their first public screening of films at which admission was charged was held on December 28, 1895, at Paris's Salon Indien du Grand Cafe.

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  • 28 min.

    China on China, Culture for Billions

    Schulz Contreras, Lisbet & Jarnebrink, Lollo, 2013

    The Chinese film industry is booming. In less than 15 years, Chinese cinema has evolved into a billion dollar industry. Although the films made in China are gaining huge popularity at home, international conquests have yet to be made.

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  • 43 min.

    We will be happy one day

    Wysoczanski, Pawel, 2011

    Lipiny, a Polish village characterized by an omnipresent grey sky and graffiti covered ruins, is the home of Daniel. According to his grandmother, there is no future in the poverty stricken village.

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  • 18 min.

    Solar System

    Smith, Tom, 1977

    Solar System takes the viewer on an intriguing journey through space. This impressive film was created by Tom Smith in 1977, using solely visual effects.

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  • 1 min.

    Spanish bullfight

    Lumière, Louis, 1900

    Auguste and Louis Lumiere are credited with the world's first public film screening on December 28, 1895. 'Spanish bullfight' is one of their later films showing a single shot of a Spanish bullfight, from the point-of-view of the audience.

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  • 1 min.

    Snowball fight

    Lumière, Louis, 1896

    Auguste and Louis Lumiere are credited with the world's first public film screening on December 28, 1895. Snowball fight is one of their first films showing a single shot of a snowball fight in their hometown lyon.

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  • 1 min.

    Game of cards

    Lumière, Louis, 1895

    Auguste and Louis Lumiere are credited with the world's first public film screening on December 28, 1895. Partie de cartes is one of their first films showing two men playing cards, as a third watches and a waiter brings drinks.

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  • 1 min.

    Boat leaving the port

    Lumière, Louis, 1895

    Auguste and Louis Lumiere are credited with the world's first public film screening on December 28, 1895. Boat leaving the port is one of their first films showing a single shot of a boat leaving the port.

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  • 1 min.

    Arrival of the congress

    Lumiere, Louis, 1895

    The arrival of the congress" is one of the first Lumiere films. Why it was not exhibited during their first public screening on December 28, 1895, at Paris's Salon Indien du Grand Cafe remains a subject for speculation.

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  • 1 min.

    Leaving the Lumiere Factory

    Lumiere, Louis, 1895

    The Lumieres held the first private screening of projected motion pictures on March 22, 1895. Their first public screening of films at which admission was charged was held on December 28, 1895, at Paris's Salon Indien du Grand Cafe.

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  • 38 min.

    Corazon Abierto

    Lara, Katia, 2005

    Corazon Abierto (or 'Open heart' in English) is an ode to Honduran filmmaker Sami Kafati, who died in 1996. His fiction films told the story of life in Honduras and subtly suggested his worries about conditions there.

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  • 70 min.

    Rouch's gang

    Verhey, Joost, 1998

    Jean Rouch was a universally-acclaimed filmmaker, anthropologist, civil engineer, explorer, and storyteller. He died 18 february 2004 in Birni N'Konni, Niger (car accident).

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