This left exhibitors the option of playing them alone, to view an incomplete combination of some films, or to run them all together as a short film series. Defined by length, the first dramatic feature film was the Australian minute film The Story of the Kelly Gang In , George Lucas ' Star Wars: Episode II — Attack of the Clones became the first major feature-length film to be shot entirely on digital cameras. The term was used to distinguish the longer film from the short films referred to as shorts typically presented before the main film, such as newsreels , serials , animated cartoons , live-action comedies, and documentaries. Early features had been produced in the United States and France, but were released in individual short film scenes. The latter starring actor Frederick Warde starred in some of these movie adaptations. The term feature film came into use to refer to the main film presented in a cinema and the one which was promoted or advertised. There was no sudden increase in the running times of films to the present-day definitions of feature-length; the "featured" film on a film program in the early s gradually expanded from two to three to four reels. It also gave viewers access to huge amounts of online content on demand. Actor playing the Australian bushranger Ned Kelly in The Story of the Kelly Gang , the world's first dramatic feature-length film. Since , the country with the highest feature output has been India ,  which produces a thousand films in more than twelve Indian languages each year. Even before color was a possibility in movies, early film makers were interested in how color could enhance their stories. By over feature films were produced annually in the United States. In , the documentary film In the Army was made. In , Warner Bros. It was over 1 hour in length and was about the training techniques of the British soldier.