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A Concise History of The Origins of Cinema

This documentary simply and concisely covers the vastly complex history of the origins of Cinema. Any film fan or anyone with an interest in the history of cinema will hopefully find this both interesting and enlightening. It is the first documentary I have ever made so constructive feedback is welcome. Any questions please email me.

(Please note I am copyright clear for all the media used in this documentary. Including, photos, pictures, videos and audio. The Music is by Dvorak - Symphony 9 3rd Movement. I brought the file / license from Beatsuite.com and the music is a beatsuite rendition. I have the license to prove this and a document listing all files used and there in-points.)

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