La Vie Du Christ (1898)
(Country Spesific) The Life of Christ
CategoriesBased on the Bible Biblical Drama Birth of Jesus Black and White Death of Jesus Drama Entry into Jerusalem Flight to Egypt Jesus Christ Jesus in Gethsemane Jesus Mocked and Flogged Pontius Pilatus Resurrection Short Silent Film St. Joseph St. Mary The Crucifixion The Last Supper The Nativity The Passion The Road to Golgotha The Trial Before Pilate DramaShortBased on the Bible, Biblical Drama, Birth of Jesus, Black and White, Death of Jesus, Entry into Jerusalem, Flight to Egypt, Jesus Christ, Jesus in Gethsemane, Jesus Mocked and Flogged, Pontius Pilatus, Resurrection, Silent Film, St. Joseph, St. Mary, The Crucifixion, The Last Supper, The Nativity, The Passion, The Road to Golgotha, The Trial Before Pilate
After making his "La vie et la passion de Jésus-Christ" for Lumiere, George Hatot went to make a Passion movie for Gaumont. He took with him Gaston Bretteau that again played Jesus. Alice Guy is also often credited with making this film, as is fully possible, and thus this would be her first attempt on filming scenes from the life of Jesus, a feat she later repeated in 1906. This was a series of 11 tableaux inspired by the famous paintings, each approximately 20m long that could be bought separately. The images from this film show the similarity, but still dissimilar, with Hatots film for Lumiere.