“Lenfilm” (for “Leningrad film studio”) is the oldest film company in Russia, it was founded in 1914. Here the most famous films of Soviet and Russian cinema were shot: "Chapaev", "Striped Voyage", "The Amphibian Man", "Yaroslavna, the Queen of France", and many others. On the site of the film studio the “Aquarium” Garden was located, where the first films of that time were shown, including the "Arrival of a Train" by Lumière brothers. The film company was created on the grounds of the Department of Military Cinema of the Skobelev Committee, aimed to support the veterans in the beginning of the 20th century, and several small private studios. The name "Lenfilm" was given to the studio in 1934.