Un día como hoy Marzo 22-28, 2020 (semana 13) infographic
Los gráficos muestran cumpleaños y aniversarios en cada día de la semana.


Un día como hoy Marzo 22-28, 2020 (semana 13)

March 22, 2020 - March 28, 2020 - Los gráficos muestran cumpleaños y aniversarios en cada día de la semana. Esta semana incluye las primeras imágenes en movimiento en película de celuloide, el cineasta japonés Akira Kurosawa, los actores afroestadounidenses Halle Berry y Denzel Washington, el Tratado Schengen, el rey Ricardo III de Inglaterra, Vladimir Putin de Rusia y el matrimonio de las estrellas del cine mudo Mary Pickford y Douglas Fairbanks.

March 22, 1895: Auguste and Louis Lumiere first demonstrated motion pictures using celluloid film. A film of workers leaving a factory in Paris was shown to invited guests

March 23, 1910: Akira Kurosawa, influential Japanese film director, was born. His best known films include Rashomon, Seven Samurai, and his final work, Ran

March 24, 2002: For the first and, to date, only time in the history of the Oscars, two African-American actors, Halle Berry and Denzel Washington, scooped the top acting awards

March 25, 1995: The Schengen Treaty, to abolish border checks between European Union states, came into force. The zone now covers 26 countries and more than 400 million people

March 26, 2015: King Richard III of England, whose remains were found buried under a car park in 2012, was reinterred in Leicester Cathedral over 500 years after his death

March 27, 2000: Vladimir Putin continued his stunning rise to prominence by securing a full term as Russia’s head of state, winning a decisive presidential election victory

March 28, 1920: Silent screen stars Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks got married after both divorced their former spouses, a potentially career-ending move at the time

PUBLISHED: 18/03/2020; DESIGN: Phil Bainbridge; PICTURE RESEARCH: Julie Mullins; EVENT SELECTION: Fiona Roberts and Susan Shepherd; PROOFING: Julie Mullins; TECHNICAL CONSTRUCTION: Fiona Roberts; STORY: Julie Mullins; PICTURES: Newscom, Getty, Associated Press
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