The story of Auguste and Louis Lumière

On December 26, 1895 at the Salon Indien du Grand Café in Paris, a 20-minute presentation of 10 shorts films became the talk of Paris. It wasn’t the first time people had paid to watch a movie, but this event change entertainment forever, so much so, we get the word Cinema from the device that made it all possible. This is the story of Auguste and Louis Lumière and their invention, the cinematograph!

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