Salvador Toscano , Mexico's first filmmaker The first "moving picture", according to sources by film historian Jim Mora, was viewed in using Thomas Edison 's kinetoscope. Mexico's first queues appeared in cinemas in the capital to see international one-minute films such as The Card Players, Arrival of a Train, and The Magic Hat. In Toscano made the country's first film with a plot, titled Don Juan Tenorio. During the Mexican Revolution , Toscano recorded several clips of the battles, which would become a full-length documentary in , assembled by his daughter. Other short films were either created or influenced from French film-makers. By , 16 movie salons opened their doors to accommodate the popularity of cinema in Mexico City.
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