History of filmography

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The history of filmography or cinematography as some prefer dates back to the late 1890s. As some of you–reader– might know, this was the time of the invention of motion cameras, and subsequently many film companies got established.

Because of the constraints, the longest films at that time were only 1 minute long. Also, there was no sound until 1927. Fascinating, right?

As the years flew by, the large scale industry of entertainment and movie as we know it today began to take form. The movies got longer and longer, and the shot frequency and overall quality improved drastically.

The purpose of this site is to enlighten you on the topic of cinematography in the U.S. ELLORA FILMS is a small film company that used to create animation films. We are based in beautiful New York City.

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