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Eureka Number 8

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Abstract
Part one Plot 1. About the invention of the cinema camera by the Lumiere brothers. France, Paris. The streets of the town. The Lumiere brothers at their desk (photo). Cinema camera for shooting and projection of moving photographs: the tape is moving; the operator rotates the handle of the apparatus. Images from the first film by Br. Lumiere's Arrival of a Train (1895). Plot 2. On the ability of a cat to fall from a height. The cat "washes itself", walks through the meadow. Photos of cats in the book by R. Magnus: "Body Installation". Practical research into the different moments of a cat's fall. Plot 3. About the famous Russian toy - matryoshka. Collection of toys - nesting dolls. Craftsmen make molds for matryoshka dolls; demonstrate different types of murals. Plot 4. About the appearance of an unusual white crow among the gray crows. Part two Plot 5. About scientific research - chromatography, which tells about the separation of different substances into their component parts. Demonstration in the laboratory of experiments on chromatography. Plot 6. About the painting by the Dutch artist Paul Potter "The Hunter's Punishment", which is in the Hermitage. Plot 7. About small fish - Arnold's copeins, living in the rivers of South America. Fish - Arnold's copeins - in the aquarium.
Director
N. Nikitkin
Color
Color
Film ID
34894
Keywords
zoology
, science
, decorative and applied art
, film art
, painting
Meterage
416,5
Number of Parts
2
Operators
There is no data
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1989
Sound
Has Sound

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