Film Friday | Weekly Roundup
Wowee – is my feets sore from doing the Charleston with Joan Crawford in Our Dancing Daughters! Last night was the opening night of the Toronto Silent Film Festival and fabulous it was. But despite sipping bathtub gin til the wee hours of the morn, this jazz baby is hard at work this morning to bring you the best of the interwebs. That’s dedication my friends! Stay tuned for my review of Our Dancing Daughters and in the meantime you can amuse yourself with these links. And of course, leave some time to get yourself tickets to tonight’s screening of F.W. Murnau’s Tabu! Happy reading and happy viewing!
- Only the Cinema tackles one of my favorite epic follies, Erich Von Stroheim’s Foolish Wives.
- So sad that Pickfair Studios need saving, but the campaign rolls on.
- I’ve got animation on the brain these days, and Screen Insight has the cure with a series on Disney’s Silly Symphonies.
- Spectacular Attractions updates thoughst on A Trip to the Moon.
- 11 East 14th Street looks back on a New York City tragedy with “The Song of the Shirt“
- What? Never seen a single Silly Symphony? Say that ten times fast and then watch The Skeleton Dance:
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Posted on March 30, 2012, in Miscellany and tagged a trip to the moon, Erich Von Stroheim, Foolish Wives, Frankenstein, Georges Méliès, joan crawford, Our Dancing Daughters, Pickfair Studios, silent film, Silly Symphony, the skelelton dance, toronto silent film festival, Walt Disney. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.