La Pêche aux poissons rouges
|Pêche aux poissons rouges|
The poster advertising the Lumière brothers cinematographe
|Directed by||Louis Lumière|
|Produced by||Louis Lumière|
Pêche aux poissons rouges is an 1895 French short black-and-white silent documentary film directed and produced by Louis Lumière. It was filmed in Lyon, Rhône, Rhône-Alpes, France. Given its age, this short film is available to freely download from the Internet.
The film formed part of the first commercial presentation of the Lumière Cinématographe on December 28, 1895 at the Salon Indien, Grand Café, 14 Boulevard des Capuchins, Paris.
As with all early Lumière movies, this film was made in a 35 mm format with an aspect ratio of 1.33:1. It was filmed by means of the Cinématographe, an all-in-one camera, which also serves as a film projector and developer.
A man (Auguste Lumiere) holds his baby daughter (Andrée Lumiere) on a table next to a bowl containing goldfish. The baby begins putting her hand into the water while the man supports her. The scene is filmed by a stationary camera behind the table.
- La Pêche aux poissons rouges at the Internet Movie Database
- Complete video at The Lumiere Institute (requires QuickTime)
- on YouTube
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