A Sea Cave Near Lisbon
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"A Sea Cave Near Lisbon" is an 1896 British short silent actuality film, directed by Henry Short, featuring a view looking out to sea through the Boca do Inferno cave near Lisbon, with waves breaking in. The film was popular with audiences and received positive reviews.
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by John Gunn
A Sea Cave Near Lisbon was 80 ft long (one foot of film equated to about one second on screen) and was shot using daylight—capturing movement on film was an infant science, and suitable artificial light sources were not available.
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