Film Friday | Weekly Roundup

So, first thing this morning, my computer informs me it has VERY IMPORTANT updates to install and would like to install them NOW. I said, no, no… I have a Friday Film Roundup post to write and politely asked it to just hold its horses. Then, when the post was near completed, poof! The computer refuses to wait any longer and shuts down. Well, crud (or something slightly saltier). The good news: I didn’t lose the post! When my obstinate coworker, Mr. HP, finally rebooted, my draft was patiently waiting for me. So I know it’s going to be a fine Friday, with luck and sunshine raining down on me. So let’s get on with! Here’s come good stuff from the interwebs. Happy reading and happy viewing!

  • Only the Cinema reviews F.W. Murnau’s Faust.
  • If there’s anything I’ve learned from film noir, it’s that you can trust a woman in a fur. But My Love of Old Hollywood rounds up some fur fabulosity.
  • How odd. Learn something new from the Movie Morlocks in “Movies in Comicolor.”
  • Here’s another professor-type talking about Silent Films. Newspapers are really digging to be relevant in light of  The Artist, yet my phone does not ring.
  • The NYT talks to Robert Gould, a man who actually worked on the The Artist.
  • Hardy with out Laurel? One Too Many, an early Hardy flick was released today in 1916.

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About prettycleverfilmgal

Social media consultant, blogger for hire, and lover of classic movies and silent films. I often watch, consider, and write about movies when I should really be doing other things.

Posted on February 17, 2012, in Miscellany and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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