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Below are brief articles about some interesting organisations, with links to their websites.
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The people who brought you Kennington Bioscope have extended their programming to bring you Kennington Kinema, which will include pre code, rarely seen Hollywood classics, and World Cinema, from the late silent and early sound period.
The Cinema Museum is pleased to recommend some of the excellent options for eating near the Museum. Click on the images for details of locations, opening hours and what’s on offer. The Lobster Pot Brasserie Toulouse-Lautrec The Courthouse Garden Cafe
Brenton Film is a website created by Brent Reid, and dedicated to the world of silent film.
Reel Streets is a website dedicated to worldwide film and movie locations.
London’s Silent Cinemas explores the history of cinema exhibition in London from the emergence of permanent film venues in 1906 to the end of the silent film era around 1930.
A list of sites that publicise the Museum's events.
The prestigious journal Film International (initially Filmhäftet), launched in 1973, publishes six print issues per year, as well as a webzine which is regularly updated with exclusive material. It covers film culture as part of the broader culture, history and economy of society, addressing topics of contemporary relevance from historically informed perspectives, and it encourages the [...]
Many visitors to our silent screenings have enjoyed pianist Cyrus Gabrysch’s evocative accompaniment. He is a member of up-and-coming band the Zizaniques: listen – and “like” – at their Facebook page!