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Listings updates

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

10 October

See the relevant monthly page for more details.

 

10 October

Manhatta (Dir. Charles Sheeler/Paul Strand, US, 1921) + Anemic Cinema (Dir. Marcel Duchamp, Fr, 1926) (Screening format – not known, 11/6 mins)   Part of a wider screening of films and film clips on the influences behind and work of Busby Berkeley.  With live musical accompaniment by Olivia Murphy (saxophone), Barry Edwards (guitar) and Sarah Farmer (violin).  Artefact, Stirchley, Birmingham Link

17 October

Blackmail (Dir. Alfred Hitchcock, 1929)   With live piano accompaniment from Darius Battiwalla. RNCM, Manchester Link

25 October

Dawn (Dir. Herbert Wilcox, GB, 1928) With live piano accompaniment from Darius Battiwalla.  Square Chapel Arts, Halifax Link

11 November

Man With a Movie Camera (Dir. Dziga Vertov, USSR, 1929)   Presented as part of the Leeds International Film Festival.  With live musical accompaniment by Jonathan P. Eyre.  Town hall, Leeds Link

The Fall of the Romanov Dynasty (Dir. Esfir Shub, USSR, 1927)Presented as part of the Leeds International Film Festival.  With live musical accompaniment by Jonny Best.  Hyde Park Picture House, Leeds Link

18 November

Haxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages (Dir. Benjamin Christensen, Swe., 1922) .Presented as part of the Leeds International Film Festival.  With live organ accompaniment by Darius Battiwalla.  Town Hall, Leeds  Link

30 April 2020

Metropolis (Dir. Fritz Lang, 1927) Presented as part of the Mayfield Festival.  With live piano accompaniment by Darius Battiwalla.  St Dunstans, Mayfield, Sussex Link

24 June 2020

The Passion of Joan of Arc (Dir. Carl Theodore Dreyer, 1928)  Presented by Opera North.  Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter, composer and producer Julia Holter performs her new soundtrack live,  scored for the 36-strong Chorus of Opera North, plus her own band.  Town Hall, Leeds Link

27 June 2020

The Passion of Joan of Arc (Dir. Carl Theodore Dreyer, 1928)  Presented by Opera North.  Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter, composer and producer Julia Holter performs her new soundtrack live,  scored for the 36-strong Chorus of Opera North, plus her own band.  Barbican, London  Link

 

Check out our latest reviews;

British Silent Film Festival 2019 – Click here

Fifth Annual Kennington Bioscope Silent Film WeekendClick here

The Great Victorian Moving Picture Show – Click here

Opium (1919) – Click here

Hungarian Rhapsody (1928) – Click here

 

Catch up on all the latest silent film news; 

17 September – A Silent Film Autumn To Look Forward To

10 June – End of the line for silent film at the Barbican?

13 May – Another Action Packed Weekend Beckons At The KenBio 

4 AprilSilent Feast Or Famine At BFI

18 March – Rare Michael Curtiz Silent Film Screening in SW7

To have a read  Click here


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.

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