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INTERVIEW: FILMDOO GOES BACK IN TIME WITH DIRECTOR BRADLEY KING

By David Pountain

Slated for release in US cinemas this coming May, Time Lapse, the mind-bending directorial feature-length debut of Bradley King, has generated quite a buzz on the festival circuit. 792 more words

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Boxing Cats (1894)

This may well be the original funny Internet cat video – made 100 years before the World Wide Web even existed! This is a short video of two cats in odd harnesses and miniature boxing gloves, being made to fight on a stage at the… 157 more words

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Buffalo Dance (1894)

For the last movie of mydancesequence, I’m returning to the Kinetoscope period of Edison Studios, for a movie that was shot on the same day as “ 155 more words

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Annabelle Serpentine Dance (1895)

Continuing with my theme of 19th-Century dance videos for this week (not what I had planned, but sometimes you follow a lead where it takes you), here is a movie of the same… 161 more words

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Annabelle Butterfly Dance (1894)

In the same year as Max Skladanowski produced his “Serpentinen Tanz,” W.K.L. Dickson did something very similar in the United States. Unlike the German film, however, this was not made to be projected on a screen, but rather run in a… 101 more words

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Birth of a Nation (1915) Part III

Before I get into the main part of my discussion for this post, I want to talk about a newer movie I watched recently, called “ 1,488 more words

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A Submarine Pirate (1915)

This short comedy stars Charlie Chaplin’s brother, Sydney Chaplin, whom Charlie had managed to get a job at Keystone before he left for… 579 more words

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