Short history of world cinema and indian cinema

Indian Cinema is celebrating the 100th year of cinema. This article is a short flashback on the stories behind world cinema and the great Indian Cinema. How Cinema raised from the hands of Lumier brothers to the technical brilliance of the recent era is a matter of discussion and this article explains the answer for the same.

The modern world is having great ideas and the media cinema has been taken as the media to express such ideas. Today Cinema field is the most important field where both the technical aspects of life and the artist nature of humans are blended perfectly.Therefore Cinema or film making is considered as the most challenging field today. Have you ever thought how did the cinema evolved whenever the remote goes on working in your hands. Recent days have different genre, different language films broadcast on channels and it would be interesting to change the show reels on the history of this same Cinema history. The flashback history about films were born about 117 years ago and the parents of the same was Lumier brothers.

Origin of Cinema from Paris

The history of cinema is 117 years old. It was at 1830's ,an idea on film making rised up. The screenplay of film making starts from Lumier brothers. The so called people were two – Louie Yang Lumier and Gusthe Mary Lumier. The show reel of world cinema stated o roll on 1895. It was after a Christmas eve at Paris that led to birth of World Cinema. The first video was projected from a show reel on December 28, 1895. The length of the same was just ten second. What was the first movie? It is very interesting to find an answer to the same question. The first scene on world cinema was the entry of workers to the surroundings from lumier factory. It was just ten second in length but it was well enough to write the great history of Cinema which still grows on. The very next year Indian soil had it's first cinema show. It included short film range from Lumier brothers itself. On July 7 ,1896 – the first show was done at Watson hotel, Mumbai.The story of Indian Cinema starts off from there. It was from the hands of Edison ,the birth of first full length world cinema happened. The film was named "The great Train Robbery'. The first full length story scripted movie of world cinema was released at America in 1915 and the historical film was named 'Birth of a nation'. The director of this movie, D.W. Griffith is known as the father of World cinema. Still it took 12 more years to bring in the first audio added film to come out. It was produced by Warner brothers in 1927 and the great movie of era was called 'The Jazz Singer'

The origin of Indian Cinema

The very next year after world cinema entry itself,Indian cinema had it's roots. In 1896 at Mumabi first show was arranged. But the first Indian film to be show reeled was a news reel in 1897. 'Raja Harischandra' Which was released on 1913 may 13 was the first Indian film. The producer of this film – Dada Saheb Phalke is known as the Father of India Cinema.In 1931, the first audio added Indian film was reeled on March 14 and it was 'Alam Ara'

The era of Color Cinema

World cinema has its history of 117 years and Indian Cinema has its history of 100 yeas. But the real revolution took place by the origin of color films.The first color cinema in World was show-reeled in 1909 February 26 at Palace theater, London. The show was at evening 3 and it included 21 short films by Albert Smith.The first Indian film to add color in its making was 'Kisan Kanya' directed by Maothi B. Gidwani and it was produced by R Desil Irani.The first show of this color film was in 1937 and from there starts the bright history of Indian cinema which is getting brighter these days.

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