Photo exhibition "History of Moscow cinemas" Automatic translate
с 27 Мая
по 20 Июня
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On May 27, in the courtyard of the Museum of Moscow, a photo exhibition "The History of Moscow Cinemas" opens. Rare black-and-white frames show the first cinema sites in the capital. Also on this day, as part of the Moschino Away: From Melies to Chaplin project, a screening of silent film masterpieces by the Lumiere brothers, Charlie Chaplin, Vladislav Starevich and Georges Melies will be held in honor of the 125th anniversary of the first public screening in Moscow.
In 1896, the first demonstration of Lumiere paintings in Moscow was organized in the premises of the Solodnikov Theater on Bolshaya Dmitrovka. At the same time, a public film show was held at the Chicago Garden Theater, which was later called the Aquarium. The first cinematography in Russia was the Electric Theater, which opened on December 26, 1897 on Red Square. Among the first film premieres are "Bullfight", "Storm at Sea" and "Mephistopheles’ Laboratory". On January 1, 1904, the New Electric Theater opened at the corner of Rozhdestvenka and Teatralny Proezd, where the tapes of one of the founders of world cinema, Georges Méliès, were played. Soon in Moscow, one after another, new electrotheaters appeared: by 1913 there were already 107 of them in the capital.
The history of these and other Moscow cinemas will appear before the townspeople in twenty-four black-and-white shots from the collections of the Museum of Moscow, the Russian State Archive of Film and Photo Documents, the Museum of Cinema, the Museum of Contemporary History of Russia and the Moscow Time Foundation. For example, it will be possible to examine the interior of the Mezhrabpom cinema and the summer foyer on the roof of the Rodina cinema.
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