The American Magic-Lantern Theater is North America's only professional troupe producing Victorian magic-lantern shows. This site is also a great resource for more information on magic lanterns.

The Magic Lantern Society
Visit this site for more information on magic lanterns and links to many useful magic lantern sites. Thanks to a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, we attended the 5th International Convention in London, England. Follow the link for more details on the convention.

Galantee so'
Visit this site for more information on magic lanterns, images of original slides and a description of Phantasmagoria

Magic Lantern Castle Museum
The only museum in the world dedicated solely to the history of the Magic Lantern. If you have questions about magic lanterns, or if you would like information about The Magic Lantern Society of the U.S. and Canada, follow this link.

The George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film

The Bill Douglas Centre for the History of Cinema and Popular Culture

Early Motion Pictures
From the Library of Congress, 1897-1916

The National Museum of Photography, Film & Television, Bradford, UK

The National Fairground Archive of Sheffield, UK
Has information on fairground cinema.

The Projection Box
Pre-cinema and early film publishers

De Luikerwaal - magic lantern collection

The Dead Media Project

Grand Illusions


The Victorian Magic Lantern

A Thrill In The Dark Victorian Magic Lantern Shows

A Victorian Magic Lantern

Professor Clark's Virtual Magic Lantern Show

Magic Lanterns Magic Mirrors A Centennial Salute to Cinema

Magic Lantern - Toverlantaarn

Blacklock Nature Sanctuary
Thanks to a grant from the Blacklock Nature Sanctuary we were able to shoot our newest films, Golidlocks and Hansel and Gretel.

Unusual Music and Arts