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Listings updates

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

3 December

See the relevant monthly page for more details.

1 December

The Penalty  (Dir. Wallace Worsley, US, 1920)   With live musical accompaniment by Graeme Stephen and Pete Harvey.  Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh Link

2 December

The Penalty  (Dir. Wallace Worsley, US, 1920)  With live musical accompaniment by Graeme Stephen and Pete Harvey. Film Theatre, Glasgow Link

5 – 6 December (4 Screenings)

The Marvelous Mabel Normand – The Leading Lady of Film Comedy  including Mabel’s Blunder (1914), Mabel’s Dramatic Career (1913), His Trysting Place (1914) and Should Men Walk Home? (1927).  With a newly commissioned recorded score by The Meg Morley Trio. Quad, Derby Link

6 December

The Penalty  (Dir. Wallace Worsley, US, 1920)  With live musical accompaniment by Graeme Stephen and Pete Harvey.  Macrobert Arts Centre, Stirling  Link

7 December

The Penalty  (Dir. Wallace Worsley, US, 1920)  With live musical accompaniment by Graeme Stephen and Pete Harvey.  Eden Court, Inverness  Link

9 December

The Marvelous Mabel Normand – The Leading Lady of Film Comedy    including Mabel’s Blunder (1914), Mabel’s Dramatic Career (1913), His Trysting Place (1914) and Should Men Walk Home? (1927).  With a newly commissioned recorded score composed and performed by The Meg Morley Trio.  Filmhouse, Northampton  Link

Cabinet of Dr Caligari (Dir. Robert Wiene, 1920) With live musical accompaniment by The Cabinet of Living Cinema.  Cinema Museum, Lambeth, London  Link

16 December

The Goldrush (Dir. Charles Chaplin, US, 1925)With live piano accompaniment by Lillian Henley.  Palace Cinema, Broadstairs, Kent Link

16 – 17 December (2 Screenings)

The Marvelous Mabel Normand – The Leading Lady of Film Comedy   including Mabel’s Blunder (1914), Mabel’s Dramatic Career (1913), His Trysting Place (1914) and Should Men Walk Home? (1927). With a newly commissioned recorded score by The Meg Morley Trio. Eden Court, Inverness  Link

2 January 2019

Laurel and Hardy Shorts (Dir. various, US, 1928-29) (Screening format – Digital, 79 mins)  Including silent films You’re Darn Tootin’ (1928) and Big Business (1929). With live piano accompaniment on silent films. BFI Southbank, London Link

5 January 2019

Phantom Of The Opera (Dir. Rupert Julian, 1925)  With recorded Carl Davis score.  BFI Southbank, London  Link

6 January 2019

The Marvelous Mabel Normand – The Leading Lady of Film Comedy including Mabel’s Blunder (1914), Mabel’s Dramatic Career (1913), His Trysting Place (1914) and Should Men Walk Home? (1927).  With live musical accompaniment performing a newly commissioned  score by The Meg Morley Trio. Home, Manchester Link

A Modern Dubarry (Alexander Korda, Ger, 1927)  With live piano accompaniment by Jonathan Best.  BFI Soutbank, London Link

The Penalty  (Dir. Wallace Worsley, US, 1920) With live musical accompaniment by Graeme Stephen and Pete Harvey.  Contemporary Arts, Dundee  Link

Laurel and Hardy Shorts (Dir. various, US, 1928-29) (Screening format – Digital, 79 mins)  Including silent films You’re Darn Tootin’ (1928) and Big Business (1929). With live piano accompaniment on silent films by Stephen Horne. BFI Southbank, London Link

12 January 2019

The Marvelous Mabel Normand – The Leading Lady of Film Comedy   including Mabel’s Blunder (1914), Mabel’s Dramatic Career (1913), His Trysting Place (1914) and Should Men Walk Home? (1927).  With  a newly commissioned  score by The Meg Morley Trio. Arts Centre, Plymouth Link

The General  (Dir. Buster Keaton/Clyde Bruckman, 1926)  With live musical accompaniment by the Trio Haiku Salut .    Link

Haxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages (Dir. Benjamin Christensen, Swe., 1922) With live piano accompaniment.  BFI Southbank, London Link

15 January 2019

Phantom Of The Opera (Dir. Rupert Julian, 1925)  With recorded Carl Davis score.  BFI Southbank, London  Link

Nosferatu (Dir. F W Murnau, 1922)With live musical accompaniment by Dmytro Morykit.  Masham Town Hall, Ripon Link

19 January 2019

Haxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages (Dir. Benjamin Christensen, Swe., 1922)  With recorded Matti Bye Ensemble score.   BFI Southbank, London Link

22 February 2019

The Beloved Rogue (Dir.  Alan Crosland, US, 1927)   Presented by South West Silents.  With live musical accompaniment by Stephen Horne.  Cube Cinema, Bristol Link

18 March 2019

Phantom Of The Opera (Dir. Rupert Julian, 1925)   With live orchestral accompaniment by the Docklands Sinfonia Orchestra conducted by Spencer Down performing for only the second time a score specially composed for the film by renowned jazz musician and composer Roy Budd.   Barbican, London Link

20 March 2019

Rob Roy (Dir. William Kellino, UK, 1922) The opening night premier of the Hippodrome Silent Film Festival 2019.  Accompanied live by a world premiere of a new commission from composer and musician David Allison.  Hippodrome Cinema, Bo’Ness  Link

22 March 2019

The Ancient Law (aka Das Alte Gesetz) (Dir. E A Dupont, Ger, 1923) (Screening format – DCP, 135 mins) Presented by South West Silents.  With live musical accompaniment by Meg Morley.  Cube Cinema, Bristol Link 

 

 

Check out our latest reviews;

The Virgin of Stamboul (1920)/Maria Marten (1928)Click here

Fantomas – Episode2 – Juve Versus Fantomas – Click here

Kennington Bioscope’s Silent Guns Day –  Click here

The City Without Jews (aka Die Stadt ohne Juden) (1924) – Click here

L’Hirondelle et la Mesange (The Swallow and the Titmouse) Click here

 

 

Catch up on all the latest silent film news; 

5 December – Silent Film Delights For The New Year in Bristol 

4 DecemberWhose Film Is It Anyway

 To have a read  Click here 

 



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