Film and T.V

Timeline created by oldmatee
In Film
  • Joseph Antoine Ferdinand Plateau

    Joseph Antoine Ferdinand Plateau
    The Belgian scientist Joseph Antoine Ferdinand Plateau, developed a spindle viewer or spinning wheel called a phenakistascope and the developed the thurmatrope.
  • Eadweard Muybridge

    Eadweard Muybridge
    British photographer Eadweard Muybridge took the first successful photographs of motion.producing multiple images of a horse. "Flying" while galloping.
  • Hannibal W. Goodwin

    Hannibal W. Goodwin
    celluloid film was invented by American clergyman Hannibal W. Goodwin.
  • George Eastman

    George Eastman
    George Eastman introduced the lightweight, inexpensive "Kodak" camera, using paper photographic film wound on rollers, and registered the trademarked name "Kodak"
  • Thomas Edison

    Thomas Edison
    Thomas Edison also developed or invented the Kinetoscope, a single-viewer peep-show device in which film was moved past a light.
  • Lumière brothers

    Lumière brothers
    In France, two brothers Auguste and Louis Lumière invented the Cinématographe whichwas made in early 1895. first public screening often considered as the "birth of film"
  • Georges Melies

    Georges Melies
    The French magician Georges Melies became the film industry's first film-maker to use artificially-arranged scenes to construct and tell a narrative story
  • George Porter

    George Porter
    first person to film out of sequence . The Great Train Robbery, one of the first western films
  • nickelodeons

    nickelodeons
    About 5,000 nickelodeons existed throughout the United States. Many studios were created to keep up with the increased demand for films.
  • Nestor film company

    Nestor film company
    first film-makers to arrive in Los Angeles. Filmmakers began to realize that the Los Angeles area was a good filming area with a favorable climate
  • Lev Kuleshov

    Lev Kuleshov
    Russian filmmaker Lev Kuleshov experimented with montage, a new editing technique pioneered by Russian filmmakers.came up with juxtaposition
  • Sergei Eisenstein

    Sergei Eisenstein
    Russian director Sergei Eisenstein's classic landmark filmm Battleship Potemkin.played with pacing and jaxtaposition
  • Ptolemy

    Ptolemy
    He was a mathematician, astronomer, geographer and astrologer.lived in alexandria.Ptolemy discovered (and proved) Lucretius' principle of persistence of vision
  • Lucretius

    Lucretius
    Lucretius was a Roman poet and philosopher.he lived in rome, Italy.discovered persistance of vision