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 (māl-yĕs′), Georges 1861-1938.
French film director who was the first to film fictional narratives and created the earliest special effects. His works include A Trip to the Moon (1902) and The Conquest of the Pole (1912).

Méliès

(French meljɛs)
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(Biography) Georges (ʒɔrʒ). 1861–1938, French pioneer film director
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The 13-minute "Le voyage dans la lune," (A Trip to the Moon), 1902, was one of over 500 works credited to the French illusionist-cum-film pioneer Georges Melies (1861-1938).
El recorrido comienza con los pioneros: los inventores del cine realista y documental, los hermanos Lumiere, y el adelantado del cine fantastico, Georges Melies.
ILLUSIONIST Georges Melies, below, found inspiration when he visited fellow Frenchmen the Lumiere brothers' cinema - the miracle of the age in 1895.
Contractor address : ZA Les Bois Rochefort, 21 rue Georges Melies
On Friday (On Earth), the 1902 short film A Trip to The Moon, directed by Georges Melies, will be presented.
During his search to find it, he meets Georges Melies (Ben Kingsley), a shopkeeper with a surprising connection to Hugo's father.
However informed Kaul's practice might be by media theory or surveillance discourses, she hews close to a tradition that sees the magic of Georges Melies as the fountainhead of experimental moviemaking.
Hollywood has been fascinated with Cleopatra since one of the fathers of cinema, Georges Melies, featured her in a short silent film in 1899.
Pre-dating that is a clip from the first film version of Cinderella, directed by French special effects pioneer Georges Melies in 1899.
Inspired by Viennese writer Stefan Zweig, this is a cross between the inventiveness of the French cinema pioneer Georges Melies (who inspired Scorsese's Hugo), The Pink Panther and Benny Hill - hence the agreeably enduring lightness of spirit.
A principios del siglo XX, durante sus primeras tres decadas, los cineastas que descubrieron los prodigios en la pantalla de Georges Melies tomaron ese gran descubrimiento que fue el corte, y exploraron todas sus posibilidades, tanto narrativas desde una perspectiva literaria, como esteticas o de gran divertimento.
In 1902 French filmmaker Georges Melies made the first science fiction film Le Voyage Dans La Lune, or A Trip to the Moon.