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The Black Pirate / The Alloy Orchestra

by The Staff July 10, 2013

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  The Alloy Orchestra, acclaimed silent-film accompanists, return to MASS MoCA this weekend to add their joyful noise to a screening of Douglas Fairbanks’ Technicolor swashbuckler, The Black Pirate. You read correctly: The still shown here may ...

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Starstruck

by Shawn Stone May 30, 2012

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Back in the VHS era, Paramount’s editions of Wings and other silent films were very nice, but ultimately less impressive than MGM/UA’s editions of silent classics. Titles like King Vidor’s comic homage to Hollywood, Show ...

Bed and Sofa

by The Staff April 19, 2012

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The New York State Writers Institute is in the middle of finishing out its Spring film series with a quartet of silent-film delights. The Institute already has presented Daddy Long Legs, Marshall Neilan’s charming slice ...

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Movie Movie

by Laura Leon January 19, 2012

Jean Dujardin and Bérénice Bejo star in THE ARTIST.
Photo: Peter Iovino

Considering the onslaught of big-budget and 3-D extravaganzas that seem to be monopolizing the local cineplex, The Artist is a decided anomaly. For one thing, it’s in black-and-white. More significant, however, is the fact that ...

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Charlie Chaplin Film Festival

by The Staff May 12, 2011

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Biggest movie star ever? That’s easy. Charlie Chaplin. He was wildly popular everywhere; he made one smash hit after another for 35 years before he had a flop; all of his films are still widely ...

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