Le village de Namo - Panorama pris d'une chaise à porteurs (1900)

The film is a panorama shot-scene lasting just under a minute. The panorama film, as coined by Lumière, is a moving-camera shot--usually accomplished by placing the camera on a moving transport, such as a boat or train.



53 seconds of backward camera gliding along a street in an African village, 117 years old. Quite good, I guess!

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