Article Archive for November 2011
There’s a reason why we are hosting the umpteenth internet debate to determine who’s the best comic artist of the silent era.
“The other great silent comics defined their own worlds; Lloyd lives dangerously in ours.”
Chaplin’s films remain the flat-out funniest and most universal body of work in cinema, delighting international audiences of all ages for almost a century.
The amazing cinema of Buster Keaton literally defies gravity.
Wildly popular in its time, this landmark action serial was reduced to mid-century obscurity – and is now available online.
John Barrymore’s performance is one of the subtlest and most intelligent to be found anywhere.
Keyframe dedicates this week to the directors and actors who helped turn the medium of film into a worldwide cultural phenomenon and a new form of art.
A selection of some of the finest works of early cinema available on Fandor.
Martin Scorsese’s 3D adventure explores a dreamy place between childhood and adulthood.
The most brilliant work in all of Polish romantic poetry comes alive on screen.
This Oscar season, notions of Movie Love and Movie Legacy rub against each other in ways even more obvious than usual.
Two films examine the resentment, guilt, and loyalty hiding underneath male friendships facing imminent change.