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The first telecast of Film in the world was in Paris in March 22 1895. Edwin S. Porter is called as the father of Story Films. David Griffith is called as the father of Modern Cinema. The French born, brothers Auguste Lumiere and Louis Lumiere were the founders of modern cinema. The first silent film is a “A trip to moon” directed by Georges Melies in 1902. The Battleship Potemkin is a Russian movie directed by Sergei Eisenstein in 1925.  The movie Bicycle Thieves was directed by Vittorio De Sica in 1948 in Italy. Akira Kurosawa directed the japan movie, Rashomon. Ben Kingsley acted in the role of Gandhi in the movie, Gandhi. Richard Attenborough is the director of Gandhi. Shyam Benegal is the director of “Making of Mahatma”. Gandhi role in Making of Mahatma is acted by Rajat Kapoor. 

Hollywood city is called as the Mecca of World Cinema. California of America is called as the capital of world cinema. Walt Disney is the father of Cartoon Movies. The first voice film is Jazz Singer released in 1927. Becky Sharp released in 1935 is the first color cinema of world. The Robe released in 1953 is the first cinemascope movie. Bwana Devil released in 1952 is the first 3D cinema of the world. Can Festival in France is the world’s biggest film festival. Aishwarya Rai became the jury of Can Festival. Can Festival started in 1946. Daniel Radcliffe is the actor of Harry Potter Movie. Emil Jannings for the movie, “The Way of all flash” is the first actor to win Oscar Award. The first actress to win Oscar award is Janet Gaynor for 7th Heaven.


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