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Catch up on all the latest silent film news; 

21 July – Help Fund the Screening of a Japanese Silent Classic.

20 July – Classic Silents With Live Music At The Hippodrome.

3 JulyKenBio ‘Silent Laughter Saturday’ and Autumn Programme

6 June  – June Turning into Der Müde Tod -Fest Month!

2 JuneBlue Plaque Unveiling for Charlie (and Sydney) Chaplin

 To have a read  Click here 

Check out our latest reviews;

Silentfilmcalendar.org – Review of the year: 2016 Click here

In Spring (1929) – Click here

Kennington Bioscope Silent Film Weekend 2017 – Click here

Alias Jimmy Valentine (1928) + The Younger Generation (1929) + shortClick here

 Greed (1924) – Click here

 

Listings updates

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

17 July

See the relevant monthly page for more details.

24 July

The Goldrush (Dir. Charles Chaplin, US, 1925)   With recorded score.  Regent Street Cinema, London.   Link

28 August

Sherlock Jnr (Dir. Buster Keaton, 1924) + The Navigator (Dir. Donald Crisp/Buster Keaton,  US, 1924)   Lith live organ acompaniment.  Regent Stree Cinema, London  Link

2 September

Metropolis (Dir. Fritz Lang, 1927)   With live live DJ set/soundtrack accompaniment by Vangelis Makriyannakis.  Hippodrome Cinema, Bo’Ness Scotland  Link

6 September

The Goose Woman (Dir. Clarence Brown, US, 1925) .  A Kennington Bioscope presentation with live piano accompaniment.  The Cinema Museum, Lambeth, London  Link

14 September

London Symphony (Dir.  Alex Barrett, UK, 2017) Accompanied by a recorded original musical composition by James McWilliam.  Regent Street Cinema, London Link

18 September

London Symphony (Dir.  Alex Barrett, UK, 2017)  Featuring an original musical composition by James McWilliam.  Cube Microplex, Bristol  Link

20 September

London Symphony (Dir.  Alex Barrett, UK, 2017) .  Featuring an original musical composition by James McWilliam.  Cube Microplex, Bristol  Link

Kennintington Bioscope.  Silent film with live piano accompaniment.  Film titles to be confirmed.  Cinema Museum, Lambeth, London. Link

24 September

A Page of Madness (aka Kurutta Ippēji) (Dir.Teinosuke Kinugasa, Jap, 1926) Screening will be dependent upon the success of a Crowdfunding appeal.  It is intended to accompany the film with traditional Japanese musicians and a live benshi narration.  London. Exact location – to be confirmed.   Link.

6 October

The Last Laugh (Dir. F W Murnau, Ger, 1924)   With live musical accompaniment by the German Film Orchestra Babelsberg conducted by Matt Dunkley.  St John’s, Smith Square, London Link

18 October

Kennintington Bioscope.  Silent film with live piano accompaniment.  Film titles to be confirmed.  Cinema Museum, Lambeth, London. Link

8 November

Kennintington Bioscope.  Silent film with live piano accompaniment.  Film titles to be confirmed.  Cinema Museum, Lambeth, London. Link

11 November

Silent Laughter Saturday Festival Presented by the Kennintington Bioscope with live piano accompaniment.  Film titles to be confirmed.  Cinema Museum, Lambeth, London. Link

6 December

Kennintington Bioscope.  Silent film with live piano accompaniment.  Film titles to be confirmed.  Cinema Museum, Lambeth, London. Link

20 December

Kennintington Bioscope.  Silent film with live piano accompaniment.  Film titles to be confirmed.  Cinema Museum, Lambeth, London. 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 travelling any distance to attend.