Now That’s What I Call Kino #12 – Silent Era Classic: The Phantom Carriage

This week’s column piece may be a short one as London Film Festival has kept me busy, but I’m still carrying on with the spooky theme for October by highlighting a classic horror film from the silent era that you should check out: The Phantom Carriage (1921). One of the most important and earliest works…

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Now That’s What I Call Kino #2 – The Forgotten Pioneer of Alice Guy-Blaché

Cinema was born with the Lumière Brothers, but little do people know that narrative film began somewhere else. In 1896, whilst the Lumière’s were amazed in recognition of trains and people leaving their work, Alice Guy-Blaché looked at the medium of film and the wider landscape it can bless than just documenting real life. Whilst…

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