Sea Dismounted in Dover ( Rough Sea at Dover ) is a British film directed by Birt Acres and Robert W. Paul , filmed in 1895, released in 1896 .
A strong sea launches powerful blades to the assault of the dyke of Dover. The film, intended to be viewed individually on the counterfeit kinetoscopes , is certainly recorded between 30 and 40 frames per second , which, subsequently with projection devices that turn at the time to 16 frames per second , gives a rendering impressive, due to slow motion 1 .
- Original title: Rough Sea at Dover
- French title: Sea dismounted in Dover
- Director: Birt Acres and Robert W. Paul
- Country of origin: United Kingdom
- Format: 35 mm , black and white, mute
- Duration: 39 s
- Release date: 1896
Notes and references
- ↑ ( in ) The Beginnings of the Cinema in England from 1894 to 1901, John Barnes, Rev Sub, 1998 ( ISBN 978-0859895644 )