Film History

  • Roundhay Garden Scene

    Roundhay Garden scene is believed to be to first film ever made. It was just simply 2.11 seconds long. It was directed by a french inventor, Louis Le Prince. Roundhay was filmed in the United Kingdom.
  • Blacksmith scene

    Blacksmith was a 34 second film. It was directed by William K.L. Dickson and it was the first film that the public had seen that had been filmed using a kinetoscope.
  • The Enchanted Drawing

    The Enchanted Drawing was directed by J. Stuart Blackton. It is stop motion and the film shows a man drawing a face. It shows a cartoonist doing his work.
  • Tarzan of the Apes

    Tarzan of the apes was directed by Scott Sidney. It is an adventure/action movie. Tarzan of the Apes was filmed in Morgan city LA.
  • Sunrise : A Song of Two Humans

    A song of two humans is also known as "sunrise" it was directed by F.W. Murnau.The story tells of a farmer who cheats on his wife and then kills her by drowning her.
  • La Regle du Jeu

    La Regle du Jeu is a french film directed by Jean Renoir. The filming of this movie took place in Sologne and outside the Chateau de la Ferté-Saint-Aubin.It is about the upper-class before WWII.
  • Citizen Kane

    Orson Wells was the creator of this film. This film was very popular because of the cast/director, he was pretty big and had already been in many covers and shoots.
  • Vertigo

    Vertigo was filmed and produced by Alfred Hitchcock. The genre of this film is a psychological thriller. It's about a police man who is afraid of heights and tries to stop a family friend from committing suicide.
  • Persona

    Ingmar Bergman is the director of this film. It is based in a psychological drama, it tells the story of a nurse and her patient who goes silent.
  • Mirror

    The director of mirror is Andrei Tarkovsky. Mirror is in the drama genre is about memories of a dying poet.
  • The Outsiders

    The Outsiders was directed by Francis Ford Coppola. It was made from the novel by S.E. hinton. The movie is based on drama and about teenage boys who are going through struggles and feel like outsiders.
  • Romeo + Juliet

    Romeo and Juliet is directed, co-produced, and co-written by Baz Luhrmann. It's based on William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet play. The 1996 movie is the same as the play except it takes on a modern twist.