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Film Favorites: Sugar and Ice

Time for another personal experiment in writing shorter reviews of classic films, and time for another film-pairing based on nothing more than me looking over some things I’ve written and thinking of the first thing to match two of them together I possibly could! 2,013 more words

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Caligari Experience

The Caligari Experience is a multi-disciplinary performance that re-delivers the 1920’s silent film classic The Cabinet of Dr Caligari

The film is re-edited across three screens and accompanied by a 3D projection mapped stage design that breaks the boundaries between screen and stage… 132 more words

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY

The Ithaca Silent Cinema community celebrates the 100-year anniversary of the famed Stewart Bridge trolley crash, staged for the Prince of India (Wharton Brothers, 1914). More information on Ithaca’s history in silent cinema can be found… 19 more words

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In the Beginning There Were Documentaries

With certain fanfare and a headline interview on Radio 4’s Today programme, Sight & Sound today announced the results of their poll for the greatest documentary ever made. 715 more words

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We Didn't Need Dialogue. We Had Faces!

In 2014, the concept of silent movies seems to be so far away that no one would consider watching a film from that era for the pleasure of it. 1,150 more words

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Close-Up: A Trip to the Moon (1902)

Generally considered to be one of the first great narrative films, Georges Méliès’ 1902 film, A Trip to the Moon (Le Voyage dans la Lune), … 297 more words

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