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    Good News for Silent Film Buffs: Lost 'Sherlock Holmes' Has Been Found

    "Sherlock Holmes" has been found and silent film fans rejoice!

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    Criticwire Classic Film of the Week: 'The General'

    Revisiting Buster Keaton's 1926 stunt spectacular.

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    SF Silent Film Festival Director Anita Monga Talks the Highlights of One Delirious Movie Weekend (CLIPS)

    Most of my peak movie experiences of the year so far occurred at the one unmissable film event of the year for me: the venerable San Francisco Silent Film Festival.

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    Meet Nell Shipman, 'Girl from God's Country' and Silent Film Pioneer Who Fled Hollywood for Idaho (VIDEO)

    It was 1920 when Nell Shipman, a silent film starlet and screenwriter from Canada who broke into Hollywood as a teenager, packed up her 10 year-old son, director-lover and 70 abused animal actors and left Tinseltown for the Idaho wilds. Boise-based filmmaker Karen Day is now working a new documentar...

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    NFPB Study Reveals Staggering Loss of Early Silent Films

    Having just released “The Survival of American Silent Feature Films: 1912-1929," a comprehensive survey of the silent era of motion pictures that began a century ago, the Library of Congress reveals that a startling amount of early silent films have become quite literally a thing of the past.

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    Alarming New Report from Library of Congress Says 70 Percent of America's Silent Films Are Lost and Gone Forever

    The National Film Preservation Board and Library of Congress have revealed a depressing if perhaps unsurprising new study claiming that 70 percent of America's silent films, dating between 1919 and 1929, are gone forever.

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    Milestone Films Crowdfunds 'NotFilm,' A Documentary About Samuel Beckett's Legendary 'Film' Starring Buster Keaton

    Milestone Films is crowdfunding "NotFilm," a documentary about the making of Samuel Beckett's legendary "Film."

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    5 Highlights from Women Film Pioneers Project: African-American Women in Silent Film, Women Camera Operators and More

    Last week, we wrote about Columbia University Libraries' newly launched Women Film Pioneers Project, a compendium of film resources and material seeking to reverse the historical fallacy that the film production process is and always has been male-dominated. Here are some highlights from the project...

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    Silent Comedy Scholarship

    I pored over every page of this book with great interest, from his intricate historical notes to his detailed filmographies. And just when you think you’ve reached the end of this massive volume, he offers a bonus:

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