Cinema's Earliest Prehistory
The foundations of cinema from cave paintings to the invention of the chronophotographic gun. Visit the show's website at historyoffilmpodcast.com. If you want to get in touch, I would love to hear from you! my email is, predictably, firstname.lastname@example.org. Audio from movies are used here as transitions, to spice up the show and to remind us where the show is going; clips are from Casablanca (1942), All About Eve (1950), The Maltese Falcon (1941), The Seven Samurai (1953) and Rushmore (1999).
The Lascaux Caves
This is an article that I found really helpful in understanding the art in Lascaux. Written by Zach Zorich and published on 27 March 2014. I recommend looking at the images, you can almost see them move. You can access it here:
The image from the left was obtained from Wikipedia, and is owned by Wikipedia user Prof saxx, with my gratitude for his service.