by EDISON MANUFACTURING CO.
& James WHITE
1900 / 35mm / b&w / sound / 1S / 6' 48
Eiffel Tower from Trocadero Palace, 1'17
Palace of Electricity, 49''
Champs de Mars, 1'14
Panorama of Eiffel Tower, 1'21
Scene from the Elevator Ascending Eiffel Tower, 1'42
"This was the first important international exposition after the invention of cinema, and filmmakers used it as a venue to demonstrate innovations. Many of them made films to bring the exposition to life for their audiences at home." - Paul Spehr
"White’s camera offers several 360-degree pans of views of the fairground, then amazes by tilting up and down the Eiffel Tower, and concludes with a stunning tracking shot to the highest point above Paris. Exhibitors freely grouped films into nascent narratives such as those displayed here." - Bruce Posner
|distribution format||Digital file on server (HD)|
|screen||1,33 - Silent (single screen)|
|rental fee||40,00 €|