The short answer for the question, “What is the first movie?”, depends on your definition of a movie. Are you looking for the earliest projected image? Then the answer would be images that were projected through Magic Lanterns, a centuries old device comprised of a light source and glass. The first projection using film would be the 1887 film Man Walking Around the Corner by Le Prince. The first commercial release of motion capture would be seconds long short films designed for the Zoetrope. The first feature film was The Corbett-Fitzsimmons Fight in 1897 at over an hour long. The first motion picture that had a story arc is considered to be The Story of the Kelly Gang, a 1906 Australian film with a run time of 60 minutes that played in several countries. What can be pinpointed as the “first movie” is subjective and up for individual interpretation.