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
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
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.