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Catch up on all the Latest silent film news; 

11 March – Two Chances To See Four Horsemen

27 February  –  There’s A Lot Going On In March!

1 February –  ‘Invisible’ Silents At The Barbican!

31 January-  The Frustration of Silent Film Fixture Clashes!

8 January – New Regular Silent Film Screenings At Genesis And The Palace

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Check out our latest reviews;

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

Kennington Bioscope Silent Laughter Weekend 2018 –    Click here


Listings updates

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

16 April

See the relevant monthly page for more details.

19 April

Arsenal (Dir. Aleksandr Dovzhenko, USSR, 1928)   With live musical accompaniment from Bronnt Industries Kapital  MAC, Belfast Link

20 April

Behind The Door (Dir. Irvin Willat, 1919) Accompanied by a new recorded score by highly celebrated silent film pianist, Stephen Horne.   The Landmark, Ilfracombe, Devon Link

21 April

The Lost World (Dir. Harry Hoyt, US, 1925)  With recorded score.   The Landmark, Ilfracombe, Devon  Link

25 April

Les Résultats du féminisme (The Consequences of Feminism) (Dir. Alice Guy-Blaché, Fr, 1906) Being screened as part of Woman of Wonders, an evening of short films and a panel discussion (including Silent London‘s Pam Hutchinson) to illustrate the power of women on screen.  Castle Cinema, London E9 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.

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