Man Walking Around the Corner was an early film, shot by Louis Le Prince. According to David Wilkinson’s 2015 documentary The First Film it is not film, but a series of photographs, 16 in all, each taken from one of the lens from Le Prince’s camera. Le Prince went on to develop the one-lens camera and on the 14th October 1888 he finally made the world’s first moving image. The film lasts less than one second, taken on a 16-lens camera.
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Notes: The world’s oldest known film.
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