Screening and Study Sessions of All the Surviving Films Shot in Spain, 1896-1910

Invitation to attend the screening and study sessions SCREENING THE PAST (28-29 October 2019), made to Domitor members by the director of the Filmoteca de Catalunya, Esteve Riambau: Dear friends and colleagues,   The Filmoteca de Catalunya is pleased to inform you of SCREENING THE PAST, films shot in…

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BFI Online Course about Victorian Film

The British Film Institute has created an online course looking in detail at the birth of cinema in late Victorian times 1895-1901. Their expert guides (Bryony Dixon, Mark Reid, Gemma Starkey) will make you: Investigate the late Victorian period in Britain. Unravel and discuss common myths about…

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Tony Fletcher’s display of sound films before 1930

THE MUSICAL ORPHANAGE A two-parts programme of British “Silent” Films with their original synchronized music, curated by Tony Fletcher with John Sweeney at the Piano. I. Sound film before 1930 In this programme presented by Tony Fletcher, British films predating the widespread adoption of sound-on-film are exceptionnally presented…

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Catalogues and documents online

“Documents de cinéma” : domitorian files online Message from our member Roland Cosandey (Roland.Cosandey@unil.ch):     The editorial board of Documents de cinéma is happy to announce that the complete 1906 Charles Urban Trading Company Catalogue (200p.) is online, via the following link: We Put…

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Discovery: 102-Year-Old Hungarian Film Discovered at EYE

DISCOVERY AT EYE A Munkászubbony (The Work Jacket, István Bródy, Hungary, 1915)   DOMITOR congratulates the Dutch researchers at the Amsterdam-based EYE Film Institute who have discovered one of the oldest extant Hungarian films: A Munkászubbony (The Work Jacket), shown on January 12th, 1915. Lost for decades, The…

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