Scott Lord on the Silent Film of Greta Garbo, Mauritz Stiller, Victor Sjostrom as Victor Seastrom, John Brunius, Gustaf Molander - the Golden Age of Swedish Silent Film........Lost Films in Found Magazines, among them Victor Seastrom directing John Gilbert and Lon Chaney, the printed word offering clues to deteriorated celluloid, extratextual discourse illustrating how novels were adapted to the screen; the photoplay as a literature;how it was reviewed, audience reception perhaps actor to actor.
Saturday, August 28, 2021
Wednesday, August 25, 2021
Scott Lord Silent Film: The Golem (Paul Wegener, 1920)
Exhibitor's Herald during 1921 praised the film "The Golem" for its "ingenious handling of the masses engaged in many of the scenes, persons numbering in the thousands", claiming, "the point of direction and composition" was a "splendid piece of work". It also added, "The lighting, photography and general detail is lacking, and the characters, many of them, are over done in make-up. Silent Film Silent Film Lon Chaney
Scott Lord Silent Film: Bela Lugosi in Daughter of the Night (Eichberg, ...
Saturday, August 7, 2021
Scott Lord Silent Film: Black Oxen (Frank Lloyd, 1924)
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