The Big Screen From The Lumieres to The Wizard of Oz 1890 -1939. Go to techniques
Moving pictures were developed in the 1890s at first in France by the Lumiere brothers and then all over the world by many different producers.
The first features were Documentaries, films of people leaving work and catching trains all in black and white.
In 1906 The Story of the Kelly Gang made in Australia was one of the first feature length movies.
In 1927 the world’s first movie with vocals was released, The Jazz Singer.