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100 years of Indian cinema: The world of dreams is archived here

  13.05.03 5:47pm

When the Lumiere brothers invented the camera and screened their first film, The Arrival Of A Train, in Paris in 1895, they discarded the marvel of motion pictures to be a passing fad. And more than a 100 years later, one look into the National Film Archive of India (NFAI) library will reveal the huge number of films that have come since then and how it has become a part of our lives now.

Read more here: http://www.dnaindia.com/pune/1830117/report-100-years-of-indian-cinema-the-world-of-dreams-is-archived-here