Tag Archives: Henri Langlois

La Dame Masquée | The Masked Lady (FR 1924)

Incredible visual design is the most salient aspect of La Dame Masquée. The film was produced by the legendary Albatros studio at Montreuil, made up largely of Russian émigrés who fled their country in the wake of the Bolshevik revolution and … Continue reading

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Silent film histories: The Player of Games – James Card’s “Seductive Cinema”

The first entry in an occasional series in which I look at writings on silent film from a twenty-first-century perspective.  As they say, hindsight is 20/20 … James Card was instrumental to the formation of the film archive at George … Continue reading

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