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English: Image from the National Media Museum Collection. It took place in Smith's office at Furze Hill, Hove (1900). On the desk, a film meseasurer. On the tripod, Smith's camera. Smith is credited with the first close-up, the division of a scene up into different shots (editing), and the POV shots. After the death of Edward Turner, Charles Urban turned to George Albert Smith to continue research on the project. A former stage hypnotist, Smith was one of the most important pioneers of British cinema. He began making films in 1897, establishing a ‘film factory’ in Hove. Smith’s films were distributed by the Warwick Trading Company and he also printed their films. Smith was critical of Turner’s projector, which he could not get to register the images. He abandoned work on the process in 1904 and turned instead to develop a two-colour process which he patented in 1906. This was launched with Urban in 1908 as Kinemacolor, the first commercially successful colour moving picture process. This would have been the end of the story had the roles of film not been rediscovered at the National Media Museum.
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