The first film to be shown in public was The Departure of Workers from the Factory or The Departure of Workers from the Lumière Factory in Lyon (French: La Sortie de l’usine Lumière à Lyon). The work of the Lumière brothers lasted 45 seconds and was a kind of documentary depicting a scene from the lives of the workers. The film was screened on December 28, 1895. Workers’ Departure from the factory was the first film to be shown to a wider audience, but the Garden Scene from Roundhay from 1888 is considered the first film in history. The film was shot by Louis Aimé Augustin Le Prince at Oakwood Grange Roud in West Yorkshire, England.