Kinetoscopic Memory

Kinetoscopic Memory

In 1894, Thomas Edison invents the motion picture camera, and from then on, the world would never be the same. The Edison Company produced roughly 350 films over the next three decades. Considered together, this collection tells the story of an idealistic young America, one that dreamed of a better world for all, but created something very different. Kinetoscopic Memory is a documentary investigation of early 20th century American history seen specifically through Edison's camera lens.

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Running Time
19 minutes
Documentary, History, Short
Steve Gieseke
Steve Gieseke
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Kinetoscopic Memory» (18)

Anthony O. avatar
Anthony O.

great from start to finish

Tiffany Mendoza avatar
Tiffany Mendoza

I'm surprised I've not watched it sooner but hugely enjoyed every moment of this film. This film is up there in my top 10 films!

Russell avatar

I have to say it is the best movie ever. The directors made no mistakes. It is just perfect!

Kathleen avatar

Watched this in the theaters and just had to watch it again.

Douglas Estrada avatar
Douglas Estrada

Not expecting it to be this thoughtful, seriously story buildup, terrific i really enjoyed it thoroughly, way better than any others movies!!!

Peter Reynolds avatar
Peter Reynolds

Who Would Believe This Is So Good? This is one of the strangest, and most likable movies I have ever seen....and I have seen a lot, believe me.

Shirley avatar

This movie is a gem screenplay, direction, music, acting in every department it scores 10 on 10.

Amy Campbell avatar
Amy Campbell

The film features absolutely stunning cinematography, a great cast and a very good story.

Raymond G. avatar
Raymond G.

This movie is Documentary the way it was meant to be: intelligent, thought-provoking, and exciting.