Below we highlight recent additions made to silentfilmcalendar.org listings since;
13 March 2023
See the Live Screenings pages for more details.
Queens Of Destruction (1903 – 1919) Cinema’s First Nasty Women – Queens of Destruction, a deliciously mischievous collection of restored silent shorts that celebrate women creating mayhem. With live piano accompaniment by Lillian Henley. Palace Cinema, Broadstairs Link
Woman In The Moon ( Frau im Mond ) (Dir. Fritz Lang, Ger, 1929) With live piano accompaniment by Cyrus Gabrysch. Institut français, London Link
Man Without Desire (Dir Adrian Brunel, 1923) Iintroduced by Josephine Botting, BFI Curator. With live piano accompaniment. BFI Southbank, London Link
The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (Dir. Alfred Hitchcock, UK, 1927) With live musical accompaniment from Minima. Riverside Studios, London Link
Cabinet of Dr Caligari (Dir. Robert Wiene, 1920) With live musical accompaniment by Minima. Turnberries Community Centre, Thornbury Link
Nosferatu (Dir. F W Murnau, 1922) With live musical accompaniment by Minima. Assembly Rooms, Melbourne, Derby Link
The Mark Of Zorro (Dir. Fred Niblo, US, 1920) Presented by South West Silents. With live musical accompaniment by pianist Meg Morley. St George’s, Bristol Link
Check out our recent reviews;
Review Of The Year – 2022 – Click here
Cafe Elektric (1927) –Click here
The Primrose Path (1925)/Midnight Molly (1925) – Click here
The Hill Park Mystery (1923) – Click here
Catch up on all the latest silent film news;
15 May 2022 Electric Cinema, Harwich Re-Opens With A 1911 Night At The Movies
9 August 2021 Is there room for in-person and on-line screenings – Stummfilmtage Bonn shows the way.
21 February 2021 A Bumper Time For On-Line Audiences
17 February 2021 A Fest of On-Line Festivals
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