90 minutes 2016 8.1

In 1895, Louis and Auguste Lumière invented the cinematograph and filmed some of the very first films in the history of cinema. From more than 1,400 of their films, Thierry Frémaux, director of the Cannes Film Festival and Lumière Institute, has selected 114 world-renowned masterpieces or previously unknown footage, restored and collected to celebrate Lumière's legacy.

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Category: Documentary
Genre: Documentary
Director: Thierry Frémaux
Producer: Thierry Frémaux, Bertrand Tavernier
Script: Thierry Frémaux
Narrator: Thierry Frémaux
Country: France
Language: French