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Film Animation’s 100th Birthday

The medium of film animation today celebrates its 100th birthday, marking century since animation pioneer, Emile Cohl debuted Fantasmagorie. 

Here’s to another one hundred years!

0 Responses to Film Animation’s 100th Birthday

  1. wow, that’s one crazy animation!
    that’s so awesome that it was made in 1908!

  2. Netbug009 says:

    ….wow….. 100 years….

    This calls for something cool. EPICALLY cool. Like, cake or something. and lots of fanart. I’m not sure I’m capable of making enoug fanart in one day to do something this cool justice.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I think that the title and the content of the post is litle misleading. It raher should be “Movie Animation’s 100th Birthday”.

    The oldest known form of animation is over 5000 years old.

    Check the Wiki for more information.

    Anyway, thanks for noticing the anniversary.

    …and sorry for mistakes (my English is raher poor)

  4. Walleuse says:

    when the “wall-e theme” will be available for this blog ? 🙂

  5. Mitch says:

    Hmm. Really? I kind of agree with Anonymous: I could have sworn that it’s been longer than that….

    Well, in any case, congratulations to the many talented, well-versed artists who have made this medium a piece of history! 🙂

  6. Anonymous says:

    Actually, it’s not “Feature Animation’s” 100th Birthday. It’s “Animation’s” 100th Birthday. In 2026, it will be Feature Animation’s 100th Birthday.

  7. Netbug009 says:

    Hey guys? I looked this up, and it’s not correct. The first animation was 1906 and was Humorous Phases of (and?) Funny Faces

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