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  • The Magic of Early Cinema – The Serpentine Dance

    The Magic of Early Cinema – The Serpentine Dance
    Today we’re looking at ‘The Serpentine Dance’, a wonderful short film produced by the Lumière brothers at the end of the 19th century – In the movie, we watch the dancer Loie Fuller as she moves gracefully around in a gown which constantly changes color – The film was shot in black and white and each frame was hand painted afterwards to give this beautiful effect. It truly is a masterpiece of early cinema...
  • Frankenstein in 12 Minutes (1910)

    Frankenstein in 12 Minutes (1910)
    In celebration of the LomoKino, Lomography's first and very own analogue movie camera, it's time for us to look back at another early motion picture! Join us as we revisit one of classic literature's most horrifying tales, told in a 1910 silent film running roughly 12 minutes!
  • The Magic of Early Cinema – Un Homme de Têtes (1898)

    The Magic of Early Cinema – Un Homme de Têtes (1898)
    ‘Un Homme de Têtes’ (also known as ‘The Four Troublesome Heads’ or ‘Four heads are better than one’) is film directed by and starring perhaps the greatest experimenter of early cinema, Georges Méliès. In this ingenious little film, Méliès removes his head (multiple times) and plays a banjo – It’s really all in a day’s work for a true conjurer of cinematic magic!
  • The Magic of Early Cinema – The Skeleton of Joy (1897)

    The Magic of Early Cinema – The Skeleton of Joy (1897)
    In our 3rd installment of our ‘Magic of early cinema’ series, we take a look at ‘The Skeleton of Joy’, an 1897 film by the Lumière brothers. Sure, we may be used to seeing ghouls and monsters in our movies nowadays, but just imagine how it must have been to be an audience member at the end of the 19th century!
  • Using your LomoKino as a Camera

    Using your LomoKino as a Camera
    Yes the LomoKino makes great movies but, let’s not forget, each movie is made up of frames – And as you’ll see in this article, you can make wonderful, single frame or multiple frame photos with the LomoKino too – So come on and use your Kino as a camera!
  • The Magic of Early Cinema – The Vanishing Lady (1896)

    The Magic of Early Cinema – The Vanishing Lady (1896)
    In our second installment of our ‘Magic of Early Cinema’ series, we take a look at ‘The Vanishing Lady’ (or ‘Escamotage d’une dame chez Robert-Houdin’ as it was originally titled) – The short film was produced by Georges Méliès, a director who continually pushed the experimental boundaries of cinema. Read on and watch a true magician at work!
  • Motion Picture Pioneer: Eadweard Muybridge and the Zoopraxiscope

    Motion Picture Pioneer: Eadweard Muybridge and the Zoopraxiscope
    In honor of the latest analogue wonder to join the fantastic Lomography lineup, the Lomokino, we pay tribute to Eadweard Muybridge, a very important figure in the history of cinema.
  • LomoKino Review: An Introducion To The Kino

    LomoKino Review: An Introducion To The Kino
    A camera that records entire scenes - It captures movement, colour, moments, and scenery! With just the turning of a handle, whilst glimpsing through the viewfinder to imagine your scene correctly, you can create a movie. An analogue movie. Who would of thought that Lomography would go that far? I sure didn’t, but what do you know? They surprised me again with the LomoKino!
  • The Magic of Early Cinema – The Execution of Mary Stuart (1895)

    The Magic of Early Cinema – The Execution of Mary Stuart (1895)
    The first days of cinema were truly exciting times – Inventors and Directors experimented with the possibilities of film and took them in some amazing directions – In this series of articles, we’ll be showing you some of the most ingenious early cinematic shorts – We can’t wait to see LomoKino movies inspired by these! First up is ‘The Execution of Mary Stuart’, a very clever movie produced by one of the pioneers of cinema, Thomas Edison.
  • A Sneak Peek Into the Roots of 35mm Movie Making

    A Sneak Peek Into the Roots of 35mm Movie Making
    In honor of the LomoKino - the new amazing 35mm movie camera from Lomography, we thought it would be nice to step back and trace how 35mm movie making began. It has an interesting history involving a handful of inventors, Eastman-produced film stock and a strange disappearance ...
  • Red Carpet Party

    Red Carpet Party
    Let’s unroll the red carpet! Turn on the lights!
  • Brilliant Photo Stop Motion Movies

    Brilliant Photo Stop Motion Movies
    At Lomography we love photos - And we also love stop motion videos – So it’s kind of inevitable that we love stop motion movies involving photos too! Watch a few of our favorites here...
  • LomoKino Director Interview - José Martret

    LomoKino Director Interview - José Martret
    We had the opportunity to speak with José Martret, the director of the Lomokino Short film “Que nadie se entere”. Read on for his first impressions of the new Lomography movie camera.
  • Queensbury Rules: The Thoroughly Spiffing LomoKino!

    Queensbury Rules: The Thoroughly Spiffing LomoKino!
    Pip Pip! The Lomographic Society International are proud to present a new analogue future in the form of the thoroughly marvellous LomoKino! Here are some young gaddabouts giving it a whirl, and showing you how the clever contraption works. Tally Ho!
  • LomoKino Review: Welcome To Real LomoMovies

    LomoKino Review: Welcome To Real LomoMovies
    When I was told I was going to be given the opportunity to test a new Lomography product I felt so excited. I received a wonderful package and it reminded me of great noir films from the 40’s and 50’s. The name sent me straight back to my childhood and all those family movies made with the Super 8. I opened that wonderful box and here it was - A light and mysterious black box with a very small 25mm lenses.
  • She Makes War shoots with the LomoKino

    She Makes War shoots with the LomoKino
    Laura Kidd aka. She Makes War is a multi-instrumentalist, looper and vocalist from the UK – She released her debut album "Disarm" in 2010 and is already preparing for the release of her second album ‘Little Battles’ early next year. Laura has created a beautiful teaser video for the new album using the brand new LomoKino camera – Read the interview, watch the video and find out how to pre-order the album here!
  • LomoKino Story - Diane Sagnier Shoots a LomoKino Western

    LomoKino Story - Diane Sagnier Shoots a LomoKino Western
    Monday, 11am. Frederic (a Lomography employee) and I started off by looking at the printed manual Lomography sent us in a Paris café close to his workplace. He had brought many different types of film. Positive, negative, different ISO levels - We wanted to try them all out! Frederic agreed to help me with the project I wanted to make for Lomography – This is the story behind my first LomoKino movie!
  • Early Stop Motion Movies

    Early Stop Motion Movies
    With the launch of the LomoKino, our new analogue movie camera, we decided to delve into the film archives to find some of the earliest examples of stop motion cinema- Produced over 100 years ago, it’s amazing how well these short films have stood the test of time – We are so excited to see what stop motion movies you can produce with the LomoKino in the 21st century!
  • LomoKino Director Interview: eva_eva

    LomoKino Director Interview: eva_eva
    A true analogue heroine, we couldn’t wait to see the eva_eva’s test rolls with the LomoKino – Read on to find out what she thought of the brand new Lomography movie camera!
  • LomoKino Director Interview: Nadinadu

    LomoKino Director Interview: Nadinadu
    A very talented yound Lomographer, we couldn't wait to see the movies nadinadu made when we sent her a LomoKino to test - Read on for her thoughts on the camera and a glimpse of the movies she's made so far!