January 1996 issue of In Britain magazine, with an article celebrating the 100th anniversary of cinema. The article 'Centenary of the Silver Screen' (pp.18-22) looks back at Britain's role in making films, from the Lumiere show in 1896 through the work of pioneers such as RW Paul and early cinema exhibitors in the 1900s, before discussing the importance of British locations for international film-making. The magazine' front cover shows Trevor Howard and Celia Johnson in a scene from Brief Encounter. The article is illustrated with stills and production shots from films including Orlando, Chariots of Fire, Howard's End and Braveheart.
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