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Published on Sep 12, 2012
Film historians in Bradford have found what they believe to be the first colour film ever made. The reel of film was discovered in the archives of the National Media Museum, and dates back 110 years. Until now it's been widely believed that colour cinematography was invented in 1908, but experts say this news re-writes the history of early film making. Nicola Rees reports for BBC Yorkshire.