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Quad poster revealed for Alex Ross Perry's Listen Up Philip

Eureka Entertainment have released the quad poster for Listen Up Philip, the new comedy from director Alex Ross Perry. 101 more words

Blu-ray Review: Two for the Road

Starring: Albert Finney, Audrey Hepburn, Eleanor Bron
Director: Stanley Donen
Rating: 8/10

Despite the gritty presence of Albert Finney, Two for the Road (1967) is a film that feels cocooned from everyday life, with its gem-like Technicolor, its lush Henry Mancini score and its clothes by Mary Quant and Paco Rabanne. 475 more words


Fritz Lang’s Metropolis (1927) | Reconstructed. Restored. The visionary sci-fi is now complete!

Metropolis is without doubt the most iconic of all German films and marks the birth of science fiction on the silver screen. Much discussed, analysed and a major influence on nearly every sci-fi since it first dazzled audiences back in 1927, it was also director… 522 more words


First Screening December 14th

We are delighted to finally announce our first film screening on Sunday 14th December starting 4pm at Ipswich Film Theatre.

Everyone knows that December is a time for light and love, for magic, mystery, and mayhem so Suffolk Silents Society is marking the season with a tale from the Arabian Nights. 165 more words

Silent Film

Blu-ray Review: Diary of a Lost Girl

Starring: Louise Brooks, Valeska Gert
Director: G.W. Pabst
Rating: 8/10

Louse Brooks’ second collaboration with G.W. Pabst is a sustained attack on gender inequality when it comes to matters of sex. 480 more words


Blu-ray Review: The Thief of Bagdad

Starring: Douglas Fairbanks, Julanne Johnston, Anna May Wong
Director: Raoul Walsh
Rating: 8/10

Over 90 years since it was made, Douglas Fairbanks’ silent era swashbuckler continues to wow with its combination of gymnastic action, cheeky humour, inventive special effects and lavish scale. 648 more words


Blu-ray Review: Spione

Starring: Willy Fritsch, Gerda Maurus, Rudolf Kleine-Rogge
Director: Fritz Lang
Rating: 7/10

“A small film but with a lot of action,” is how Fritz Lang described… 753 more words