UK museum revives first-ever film shot in color

Apr 12 2014

In this image released by Britain's National Media Museum on Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2012, Alfred Raymond Turner, Agnes May Turner and Wilfred Sidney Turner, circa 1902, are depicted amongst the earliest color moving pictures ever made, which have been rediscovered after more than 100 years. The footage, made by cinematic pioneer Edward Turner in around 1901, was found in the archives of the National Media Museum in Bradford and with the help of experts at the BFI National Archive was transformed into watchable digital files. (AP Photo/National Media Museum)The earliest movies known to be shot in color have been revived by film archivists, who on Wednesday gave an audience at London's Science Museum a glimpse at cinema's first attempts to show us the world as we see it.


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