Georges Méliès, who made his last significant film nearly 100 years ago, is having a moment. Thanks to Brian Selznick's book The Invention of Hugo Cabret and Martin Scorsese's film of the same (you've seen it, right? Right? If not, go. Like now.), Méliès's delightfully inventive films, such as La Voyage dans la lune (memorialized above on a brownstone gate in our neighborhood), are finding a new audience. Kids and adults alike packed into a recent, sold-out screening at Lincoln Center of four his most important movies, and the laughter and applause left no doubt that the colossal advances in special effects since Méliès made these films have not rendered them any less entertaining.