Films - The Vintage Guide To London
Watch silent classic True Heart Susie (1919), directed by D.W Griffith and starring Lillian Gish.
Daredevil dash and dynamism: since cinema is all about moving pictures, it’s no accident that the box office loves action movies. Where else can you find explosive action giving a kinetic rush of pleasure? In dance movies.
Update: This competition is now closed.
Live By The Lake, the hotly anticipated series of outdoor summer concerts at Kenwood House, is offering one lucky reader the chance to win a pair of tickets to an outdoor screening of Singin’ in the Rain.
Update: The winner has been drawn and emailed but if you weren’t the lucky winner there are still tickets available from www.whereisthenomad.com
Win a pair of tickets to watch silent movie The Kid, which follows Charlie Chaplin’s most loved character – the bumbling but good hearted tramp with his iconic baggy trousers, ovesized shoes and bushy moustache – as he finds an abandoned baby and tells of their misadventures, living in the slums of the Twenties.
Screen Heritage UK (SHUK), a major collaboration between the BFI and regional film archives across the UK, has just launched offering free access to Britain’s film heritage via a new cataloguing and online access drive – Search Your Film Archives.