March 22, 1895, in the halls of the Société d'Encouregement à l'Industrie Nationale in Paris (France), the brothers Auguste and Louis Lumière give a conference on the new invention of cinema.

On a day like today (March 22), 1895, in the halls of the Société d'Encouregement à l'Industrie Nationale in Paris (France), the brothers Auguste and Louis Lumière give a lecture on the new invention of cinema.
The Lumière brothers were Auguste Marie Louis Nicolas Lumière born October 19, 1862 and Louis Jean Lumière born October 5, 1864 were manufacturers of photographic equipment, best known for their Cinématographe cinematographic system and the short films it produced between 1895 and 1905.
On March 22, 1895 at the "Society for the Development of National Industry" they held a conference in Paris It was probably the first presentation of a film projected on the new invention of the cinema and offer the first exhibition of a cinematographic film: "The departure of the workers from the Lumière factory", 57 seconds long. The attendees are enthusiastic.
"The departure of the workers from the Lumière factory" is often referred to as the first actual movie ever made. Aalthough the Roundhay Garden Scene from 1888 from Louis Le Prince predated her by six and a half years.
This film was made in 35mm format with a ratio 1.33:1 aspect ratio and at a rate of 16 frames per second. At that rate, the film's 17 meter length provided a duration of 46 seconds, with a total of 800 frames.
As a curiosity, the movie "the departure of the workers from the Lumière factory" can be seen here;
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- Hello, give me a ticket for the cinema
- other?
- yes, another
- but this is the fifth ticket I've sold you
-already
- is it for you or someone else?
- for me
- and the other four?
- do you see that person at the door?
- yes, it's the doorman at the cinema
- Well, every time I want to enter, this man takes my ticket and breaks it.

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