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- Spotted during a nightwalk in Sofia, Bulgaria. Photo by: Villy Goutova (@villysweety) This streetart is inspired by the poster of 'A Trip to the Moon' - a 1902 French space exploration surrealist silent film directed by Georges Méliès. There's some really interesting trivia related to this film on #IMDB. We're sharing a few here: . . - One of the earliest known science fiction films. A segment near the end was animated, making this one of the first animated films, too. . . - In 2002, a print of the film was discovered in a barn in France. It was amazing in that not only is it the most complete cut of the film, but it was entirely hand-colored. The film was restored and premiered at the Pordenone Silent Film Festival the following year. . . - After finishing work on the film, Georges Méliès intended to release it in America and thereby make lots of money. Unfortunately, Thomas A. Edison's film technicians had already secretly made copies of the film, which was shown across the USA within weeks. Melies never made any money from the film's American showings, and went broke several years later (while Edison made a fortune on the film.) . . - Although no official credits are included, Georges Méliès left a record in a 1930 letter with cast and crew credits. Ballet girls from the Théâtre du Châtelet portrayed the stars and the rocket attendants, while the Selenites were portrayed by acrobats from the Folies Bergère. #projectnightwalk #nightwalk #nightwalker #streetart #graffiti #ATriptotheMoon #exploration #art #moon #surrealist #silentfilm #sciencefiction #animatedfilm #trivia #sofia #Bulgaria #movies #films #GeorgesMéliès
- Spotted during a nightwalk in Sofia, Bulgaria. Photo by: Villy Goutova @villysweety ) This streetart is inspired by the poster of & #39;A Trip to the Moon& #39; - a 1902 French space exploration surrealist silent film directed by Georges Méliès. There& #39;s some really interesting trivia related to this film on #IMDB . We& #39;re sharing a few here: . . - One of the earliest known science fiction films. A segment near the end was animated, making this one of the first animated films, too. . . - In 2002, a print of the film was discovered in a barn in France. It was amazing in that not only is it the most complete cut of the film, but it was entirely hand-colored. The film was restored and premiered at the Pordenone Silent Film Festival the following year. . . - After finishing work on the film, Georges Méliès intended to release it in America and thereby make lots of money. Unfortunately, Thomas A. Edison& #39;s film technicians had already secretly made copies of the film, which was shown across the USA within weeks. Melies never made any money from the film& #39;s American showings, and went broke several years later (while Edison made a fortune on the film.) . . - Although no official credits are included, Georges Méliès left a record in a 1930 letter with cast and crew credits. Ballet girls from the Théâtre du Châtelet portrayed the stars and the rocket attendants, while the Selenites were portrayed by acrobats from the Folies Bergère. #projectnightwalk #nightwalk #nightwalker #streetart #graffiti #ATriptotheMoon #exploration #art #moon #surrealist #silentfilm #sciencefiction #animatedfilm #trivia #sofia #Bulgaria #movies #films #GeorgesM éliès
- Spotted during a nightwalk in Sofia, Bulgaria. Photo by: Villy Goutova (@villysweety) This streetart is inspired by the poster of 'A Trip to the Moon' - a 1902 French space exploration surrealist silent film directed by Georges Méliès. There's some really interesting trivia related to this film on #IMDB. We're sharing a few here: . . - One of the earliest known science fiction films. A segment near the end was animated, making this one of the first animated films, too. . . - In 2002, a print of the film was discovered in a barn in France. It was amazing in that not only is it the most complete cut of the film, but it was entirely hand-colored. The film was restored and premiered at the Pordenone Silent Film Festival the following year. . . - After finishing work on the film, Georges Méliès intended to release it in America and thereby make lots of money. Unfortunately, Thomas A. Edison's film technicians had already secretly made copies of the film, which was shown across the USA within weeks. Melies never made any money from the film's American showings, and went broke several years later (while Edison made a fortune on the film.) . . - Although no official credits are included, Georges Méliès left a record in a 1930 letter with cast and crew credits. Ballet girls from the Théâtre du Châtelet portrayed the stars and the rocket attendants, while the Selenites were portrayed by acrobats from the Folies Bergère. #projectnightwalk #nightwalk #nightwalker #streetart #graffiti #ATriptotheMoon #exploration #art #moon #surrealist #silentfilm #sciencefiction #animatedfilm #trivia #sofia #Bulgaria #movies #films #GeorgesMéliès

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