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Sergei M. Eisenstein

The Russian / soviet cinema made a huge contribution to cinema language with its theories, developed in the 1920’s. Universal cinema learned a lot with the edition of the experimental documentary films of Dziga Vertov, specially with The Man with … Continue reading

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Charles Chaplin On-line III: 1917-1921

The first part of Charles Chaplin on-line was about 1914’s films, the second 1915 and 1916’s films and this is about all his other films on-line. This is the smallest list because he reduce his rhythm of making films in … Continue reading

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Charles Chaplin On-line II: 1915-1916

After the first part., with Chaplin’s films of 1914, the second include his films of 1915 and 1916: In 1915 he began a year’s contract with Essanay film studios, and further developed his film skills, adding new levels of depth … Continue reading

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Charles Chaplin On-line I: 1914

After Bela Lugosi, Buster Keaton, Dziga Vertov, now is the time of Charlie Chaplin. Sooner or later I would end up making a post about him. I’m doing it now because circumstances helped, and in this case they mean Internet … Continue reading

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The Man with a Movie Camera

I watched The Man with a Movie Camera several times, not because, as some people do, I loved it so much that I must watch again and again. No, just happened. Someone told me it was a great film and … Continue reading

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Buster Keaton on-line

I have always been a huge fan of Charlie Chaplin and for a long time I knew him only as the king of silent comedies. Many years later I discovered other legends: Harold Lloyd, Max Linder and Buster Keaton. I … Continue reading

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Expressionist Films’ Party

Now you can make your own German Expressionist Film party with the videos in public domain available at Archive, thanks to K-otic (be careful with the shoutbox pop-up). The last addition was Faust, the F. W. Murnau‘s masterpiece based on … Continue reading

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2 years and 4 days

Saturday this blog completed two years of existence and I didn’t remember. I just stopped to think about it a few minutes ago and I don’t even remember what remind me of that. Am I having a serious problem of … Continue reading

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Finding His Voice

Have you ever asked yourself how talkies work? Well, if you are not familiar with cinema history maybe you don’t know that talkies was the name used for the first sound films. Remember that all earlier films where originally silent, … Continue reading

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From Zombies to Orson Welles

It has been long since I last made a post about films that are available for download or on-line watchig. It’s time to make a new one, and here it is: Public Domain Movie Torrents Public Domain Movie Torrents is … Continue reading

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