Tagged: silent


Monday Movie: Sunrise, by Sarah Brinks

Admittedly, the silent era is not one I regularly seek out for my own personal viewing but I enjoy silent films and it’s always good to look back at the early days. F.W. Murnau’s Sunrise is an excellent example. Though...


10. Charlie Chaplin

Charlie Chaplin THE GOLD RUSH, CITY LIGHTS, MODERN TIMES, THE GREAT DICTATOR, LIME LIGHT Decades before Jerry Lewis claimed the descriptor for himself, Charlie Chaplin was the total filmmaker – he wrote, directed, produced, edited, starred in, and often scored...


61. D.W. Griffith

D.W. GRIFFITH THE BIRTH OF A NATION, INTOLERANCE, BROKEN BLOSSOMS If you haven’t been to film school or performed the equivalent autodidactic cinematic research, chances are your knowledge of D.W. Griffith comes to some or all of these points: (a)...

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