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Catch up on all the Latest silent film news; 

21 June – Silent Battleships in Portsmouth

20 June – Silent Trains at the Kennington Bioscope

2 May – June is Bursting Out…. With Silents at the BFI 

1 February –  ‘Invisible’ Silents At The Barbican!

31 January-  The Frustration of Silent Film Fixture Clashes!

 To have a read  Click here 

 

Check out our latest reviews;

The Spanish Dancer (1923) – Click here

Hippodrome Silent Film Festival 2018 – Click here

Call of the Sea (aka Zew Morza) (1927) – Click here

   Bestia (Beast) (aka The Polish Dancer) 1917 – Click here

Casanova (1927) and other 9.5mm Vitagraphs – Part III – Click here

 

Listings updates

Below we highlight recent additions made to silentfilmcalendar.org listings since;

20 June

See the relevant monthly page for more details.

21 June

Imperial War Museum Films of the Home Front A screening of contemporary First World War factual films. Presented as part of the Home Front 1914-1918 conference.  With live musical accompaniment by Stephen Horne.  University of St Andrews, St Andrews  Link

26 – 28 June (5 Screenings)

Pandora’s Box (Dir. G W Pabst, Ger, 1929)  With recorded soundtrack. Quad Cinema, Derby Link

26 July

Sunrise; A Song of Two Humans (Dir. F W Murnau, US, 1927) + The Goat (Dir. Buster Keaton/Mal St Clair, US, 1921) With live jazz accompaniment by the Meg Morley Trio (Meg Morley on piano, Richard Sadler on double bass and Emiliano Caroselli on drums).  1901 Arts Club, London  Link

27 July

The Phantom Carriage (Dir. Victor Sjostrom, Swe, 1921)  Presented s part of Cinema Rediscovered festival.   Introduced by Peter Walsh.  With live musical accompaniment by Stephen Horne.  Watershed Cinema, Bristol Link

5 August

Pandora’s Box (Dir. G W Pabst, Ger, 1929) With recorded soundtrack. Electric Cinema, Birmingham  Link



NB  Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure that the information contained in these listings is accurate, silentfilmcalendar.org can take no responsibility for any errors or inaccuracies.  You are strongly advised to confirm with the venue that the event remains as detailed, particularly if traveling any distance to attend.