The Impossible Voyage (1904, dir. Georges Méliès): Explorers wanting to discover outer space accidentally fly into the mouth of the sun as it yawns. Coloring was done frame by frame by women in a production-line-method.
Check out this photo from Edison studios (1907-1914).
La Source Enchantée (1890s, Georges Méliès).
Check out Jan Svankmajer’s film Jabberwocky right here
It’s time for some early cinema, with this lovely film: Dream of a Rarebit Fiend (1906, dir. Edwin S. Porter)
EDISON STUDIOS (between 1907-1914) -A silent film studio in action – relatively simple, three-sided sets could be built side by side to make maximum use of the space, with two or more films shooting simultaneously.
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Check out this kick-ass portrait of Fritz Lang in 1969.