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Welcome to Lyon

Day 6

Our alarms went off at 5 am this morning and we headed to the Paris airport. We took the subway there. Yes, Paris actually has a subway that goes to the airport. 382 more words

Travel Adventures

Writers at the Movies Extra: 'The Café Lumière at the Hotel Scribe' by Clive Sinclair

[While we’re on the subject of Writers at the Movies, the theme of our new special issue, here’s a bonus internet exclusive to… 514 more words

Clive Sinclair

Regent Street Cinema Opens Tomorrow

It’s great to hear of a new cinema opening in the heart of London, and it’s a cinema with an amazing historical pedigree at that!  The Regent Street Cinema was the location for the first performance in Britain of the Lumiere brothers first films in 1896.  108 more words

London

The Lumieres, a Cafe, and the Beginnings of Movies

On Tuesday, I got back from my European honeymoon, where my wife and I spent two lovely weeks in Dusseldorf, Paris, and London. In Paris, what I wanted to see the most might not be what you’d expect. 1,046 more words

Film

Lumière, Maysles, Kuchar and More: Filmmaking Brothers in This Week's Spotlight

For National Sibling Day Friday, April 10, we are showcasing the powerfully connected and collaborative spirits of filmmaking brothers, past and present.  477 more words

Fandor

Evolution of Documentary filmmaking

Documentary filmmaking is a broad term, which describes a non-fiction film that intends to capture reality. This kind of filmmaking has no set boundaries, and it gives a lot of freedom to the filmmaker to explore. 326 more words

Me, Myself And Irene

“No art passes our conscience in the way film does,
and goes directly to our feelings,
deep down into the dark rooms of our souls”
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Lumière Brothers