These must qualify as they are two of the oldest films known to exit. “Exiting the Factory" was the first film made by the Lumière Brothers and “Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat” is probably one of their most famous … when this was shown to an audience, people were reported to have fainted as the train came into shot because it was so realistic! Both were made in 1895.
Amazingly, there are actually short “out-takes” of “Exiting the Factory” where the people fail to come out on cue.
I found a couple from 1888. “Roundhay Garden Scene” is claimed by IMDB to be the oldest film. “Traffic Crossing Leeds Bridge” was made the same year. Both are by Louis Aimé Augustin Le Prince
If you search in IMDB for the year 1989, there are several films listed , other than the two I gave previously … you could try searching for these in YouTube.
* completely fluffed that last bit too. I meant "... search in IMDB for the years 1889 to 1894, there ..."