Friese-Greene


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Friese-Greene

William. 1855--1921, British photographer. He invented (with Mortimer Evans) the first practicable motion-picture camera
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Satellite operator SES (Paris:SESG) (LuxX:SESG) has appointed Niclas Friese-Greene as senior vice president of Marketing and Corporate Communications, the company said today.
This is a newly created position in which Friese-Greene will be responsible for the worldwide marketing activities of SES, including market communications, as well as corporate communications.
Friese-Greene saw them walking along the prom at Torquay and, introducing himself as a film-maker to Enid's father, asked permission to take the duo by car to the Devon village of Cockington.
He was happy to let the girls go - especially when Friese-Greene promised to take them for tea afterwards.
Tonight, he travels from the south of England through Wales as part of the BBC Wales series The Lost World Of Friese-Greene.
We lived in a guest house for three years - it was opposite the park where Friese-Greene filmed me, though I have no recollection,' said Tommy, now 82.
In a few weeks, the film is returned to Victor Friese-Greene.
At a time when cinemas were still showing films in black and white, the enterprising and aptly-named Claude Friese-Greene invented a revolutionary colour process.
What could be described as the original British road movie, it features the work of pioneering film maker Claude Friese-Greene.
In 1924 pioneering film-maker Claude Friese-Greene made a movie as he drove from Land's End to John O'Groats.
15pm) Remarkably stilted biopic of William Friese-Greene, inventor of the movie camera.
The image, taken near Raglan, is from footage taken by pioneering film-maker Claude Friese-Greene in the mid-1920s, who drove from Land's End to John o' Groats, recording what he saw using a state-of-the-art colour film process.