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The Silent London Podcast: Festivals, firsts, a favourite and Flesh and the Devil

Back to the studio for a full-length edition of the Silent London Podcast. I’m joined by Pete Baran to talk about the festival scene, discuss the first silents we ever watched and catch up on the news. 180 more words

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Highlights of 2015 British Silent Film Festival -Sept 10-13

The 18th British Silent Film Festival features some stunning highlights, re-discoveries and rareties gleaned from the BFI Archive and international collections. Highlights include the British premiere of Stephen Horne’s new musical score for… 345 more words

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I had to share this news as soon as it landed: booking is now open for the British Silent Film Festival, which takes place from 10-13 September this year at the Leicester Phoenix. See you there!

The British Silent Film Festival returns to Leicester in 2015

According to the website of the Phoenix independent cinema in Leicester, the British Silent Film Festival is moving back northwards this year! The BSFF began in the East Midlands town back in 1998 and has subsequently been based at the Barbican and the Cinema Museum in London, in Cambridge and Nottingham. 372 more words

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Sight & Sound July 2014

A double appearance for me in S&S this month: singing the praises of Betty Balfour et al in the Primal Screen column with a report from the… 14 more words

Articles

British Silent Film Festival: 2014 style

Just like last year, the British Silent Film Festival hits London town, but not in its traditional form. Very much as was the the case last year, actually, the festival proceeds in a slightly cut-down version, comprising a symposium at Kings College London on Friday 2 May 2014 and a full day of screenings at the Cinema Museum on the next day. 389 more words

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The British Silent Film Weekend 2013 – reporting back

As you know, this year the British Silent Film Festival has taken a year off – but luckily for us, it’s the kind of year off where two all-day events still go ahead. 2,307 more words

Review

The Monkey's Paw (1923)

The Cinema Museum near the Elephant and Castle is hosting the British Silent Film Festival (BSFF) silent film screening event on Saturday 20th April from 10 a.m. 161 more words

W.W. Jacobs