Hollywood and WW1: the birth of an industry

Hollywood was born when Europe's film industry died in WW1.

Running Time
16 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
War, Documentary, History
Florence Gaillard
Florence Gaillard
France, USA
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about war «Hollywood and WW1: the birth of an industry» (17)

Maria W. avatar
Maria W.

Go See this Amazing Movie in all respects! I recommend this film to the highest degree and it’s a must see!

Theresa avatar

I thought it was good. I enjoyed it and it's a movie I'd watch again in the future.

Christina avatar

Awesome job on producing the movie. Very intense! Kept me on edge.

Andrew W. avatar
Andrew W.

Florence Gaillard never ceases to amaze. He'll make a huge hit movie and make it a smash hit.

Philip Taylor avatar
Philip Taylor

This one movie that I would buy to keep in my collection. Enjoy.. It's a great movie

Kyle avatar

Purchased this for my grandson, as we had so many raving endorsements. This is film earned every one. It's unnecessary to extol every deserving aspect, as you can see by others' review; but suffice to say, we ALL enjoy the movie at least once daily!

Larry P. avatar
Larry P.

Absolutely awesome. Florence Gaillard is a visual genius, I mean he is able to center the whole film and the whole action on the feelings.

Angela Ford avatar
Angela Ford

Loved this movie! Such a great movie with a surprise ending. I cried during the action film which was surprising.

Ronald H. avatar
Ronald H.

One of the best movies ever with a great mind blowing plot behind it!

Laura Perez avatar
Laura Perez

I was entertained. This movie is simply a well structured, interesting and remarkably smart movie.

Michael L. avatar
Michael L.

This movie is well worth watching. Don't miss it. It doesn’t have any cursing, and has a Great Story!

Jeffrey avatar

I have become a huge fan of this movie and applaud Florence Gaillard for making it.