1894 – Lymière brothers. The Fathers of Cinema
On February 13, 1894, the French brothers Auguste and Luis Lumière (Auguste and Louis Lumier) invented cinema, a machine for making, projecting and printing the film. Although the beginning of filmmaking is indeterminate, the public screening of ten short films by the Lumière brothers on December 28, 1895 in Paris, it is undoubtedly the "premiere" of the films shown. The quality, perspective and momentum of Lumière Cinema, led him to global acceptance and success.