History of Video Production

Events

The earliest animation was made by a Belgian inventor, Joseph Plateau, called a spindle viewer.

1832

John Wesley Hyatt developed celluloid

1869

Celluloid is a transparent flammable plastic made in sheets from camphor and nitrocellulose.

Celluloid was patented and used as a base for photographic film.

1870

Motion picture cameras were invented.

1890

The first animated movie was released.

1899

The first feature length multi-reel film was released

1906

Actors stared receiving credit for their performances on screen.

1910

United States reached the greatest-ever output, producing an average of 800 feature films annually or 82% of the global total

1920

Warner Bros. was founded.

1923

Motion pictures were produced without sound.

1927

First ever music video was shot.

1957

Jail house rock by Elvis

Warner Bros. 75th anniversary.

1998

Star Wars episode II was the first major motion picture to be shot entirely on digital camera.

2002

Gopro

2002