The Photographical Congress Arrives in Lyon (1895) - Plot Summary Poster

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  • Another milestone in film history - this may well have been the very first film to have been developed and shown to its subjects (the members of the Congress of Photographic Societies) on the same day that they were filmed

    - Written by Michael Brooke <michael@everyman.demon.co.uk>
  • Down the gangway, photographers leave the deck of a riverboat in large numbers. In the background, a bridge spans the river. The group is in Neuville for a congress. This film was shot in the morning. The "actors" were the film's audience that afternoon.

    - Written by David Carless


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