The Brothers Lumiere and the Motion Picture | Make:

Controversy swirls about who most deserves credit for inventing motion pictures. Thomas Edison, Eadweard Muybridge, and Étienne-Jules Marey all have their advocates, but a pretty good case can be made that French brothers Auguste and Louis Lumière were the fathers of the modern movie. Moving picture cameras and display systems existed prior to the Lumières’ creations, but the experience we get at the local multiplex is due, in large part, to this brilliant pair.


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