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Lokke Heiss reports on the 30th Annual Pordenone Silent Film Festival.

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Added review of the Edition Filmmuseum and Grapevine Video editions of By the Law (1926)

 
Undercrank Productions (USA) has announced their new DVD collection of short comedies The Mishaps of Musty Suffer, Volume 2 starring Harry Watson Jr. The films are presented from HD video transfers by the Library of Congress.

The films are presented with music scores performed by Ben Model.

The disc will be available in April 2015.
 
Pantheon (USA) has published the biography of director William A. Wellman Wild Bill Wellman: Hollywood Rebel by William Wellman Jr.
 
Flicker Alley (USA) has released their 3-disc DVD edition of Alexandre Volkoff’s expansive French serial The House of Mystery [La Maison du mystère] (1921-1923) featuring Ivan Mosjoukine, Charles Vanel, Hélène Darly and Nicolas Koline.

The episodes are accompanied with piano music scores performed by Neil Brand. The edition is supplemented by a 12-page booklet featuring an essay on the film by Lenny Borger with David Robinson.

 
Jillian Ada Kelly (USA) has self-published her biography of silent era producer Charles O. Baumann The Movie Maker: Charles O. Baumann. The book is available as an MOD paperback and in a Kindle edition.
 
Flicker Alley (USA) has launched their MOD DVD program. DVD-R discs will be manufactured-on-demand when ordered. Back in print again are several silent films previously released on home video by Film Preservation Associates, including Joan the Woman (1916), The Sheik (1921), Tol’able David (1923), Aelita, the Queen of Mars (1924), The Lost World (1925), Bed and Sofa (1927), Berlin, Symphony of a Great City (1927), The Battle of the Sexes (1928) and more.
 
Milestone Film & Video (USA) has released their Blu-ray Disc and DVD editions of the restoration of In the Land of the Head Hunters (1915), directed by Edward S. Curtis.
 
George Eastman House (USA) has released the book The Dawn of Technicolor, 1915-1935 by James Layton and David Pierce.
 
Undercrank Productions (USA) has released their DVD collection The Marcel Perez Collection (1911-1921). The ten comedies in the collection are presented from prints held by the Library of Congress and EYE Film Instituut Nederland.

The films are presented with musical scores performed by edition producer Ben Model.

Also released is a companion book, Marcel Perez: The International Mirth-Maker by Steve Massa.
 
McFarland and Company (USA) has published The Five Sedgwicks: Pioneer Entertainers of Vaudeville, Film and Television by Michael Zmuda.
 
Grapevine Video (USA) has released four new NTSC DVD-Rs for November 2014: Heart o’ the Hills (1919) starring Mary Pickford and Allan Sears, The Son-of-a-Gun! (1918) starring Broncho Billy Anderson, The Return of Boston Blackie (1927) starring Bob Custer and Strongheart the dog, and Square Shoulders (1929) starring Junior Coghlan and Louis Wolheim.
 
Kino Lorber (USA) has released their Blu-ray Disc and DVD editions of The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920). The film is presented from a new 4K HD video transfer largely from the original 35mm camera negative.

The edition features a music score performed by the Studio For Film Music at the University of Music, Freiburg, with an alternate score by Paul D. Miller (DJ Spooky).

 
University Press of Kentucky (USA) has announced the upcoming publication of Rex Ingram: Visionary Director of the Silent Screen by Ruth Barton. The book will be available in hardcover and ebook formats on 18 November 2014.
 
McFarland and Company (USA) has published Buster Keaton’s Crew: The Team Behind His Silent Films by Lisle Foote. The book is available in trade paperback.
 
Grapevine Video (USA) has released four new NTSC DVD-Rs for October 2014: The Enchanted Cottage (1924) starring Richard Barthelmess and May McAvoy, The Vagabond Prince (1916) starring H.B. Warner, Ingeborg Holm (1913) directed by Victor Sjöström, and The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920) from a color-tinted print with German intertitles and English subtitles.
 
Flicker Alley (USA) has released their Blu-ray Disc collection of short comedies The Mack Sennett Collection, Volume One (1909-1933). The films are presented from HD video transfers produced by Paul Gierucki from a variety of 35mm prints and reduction prints.

One of the features of the collection is the full presentation of A Thief Catcher (1914).

 
Flicker Alley (USA) has released their combination Blu-ray Disc/DVD collection of Charles Chaplin short comedies Chaplin Mutual Comedies 1916-1917 (1916-1917). The films are presented from HD video transfers produced by Cineteca di Bologna, Film Preservation Associates and Lobster Films from a variety of archival sources.

The films are each accompanied by two viewer-selectable music scores.

 
McFarland and Company (USA) has published The Essence of Chaplin: The Style, the Rhythm and the Grace of a Master by John Fawell. The book is available in trade paperback and ebook formats.
 
Grapevine Video (USA) has released four new NTSC DVD-Rs for August 2014: The Leopard Woman (1920) starring Louise Glaum, Behind the Front (1926) starring Wallace Beery and Raymond Hatton, The Garden of Eden (1928) starring Charles Ray and Corinne Griffith, and The Third Alarm (1922) starring Ralph Lewis.
 
Flicker Alley (USA) has released their Blu-ray Disc/DVD collection We’re in the Movies: Palace of Silents & Itinerant Filmmaking (1914-2010) featuring two modern documentaries and a handful of short films from 1914 through 1937.
 
Grapevine Video (USA) has released four new NTSC DVD-Rs for July 2014: a double feature of A Tale of Two Cities (1911) and (1917), a collection of Lon Chaney Films and Fragments (1914-1922), a double feature of Mid-Channel (1920) and Straight from Paris (1921) starring Clara Kimball Young, and a double feature of A Fool There Was (1915) and The Unchastened Woman (1925) starring Theda Bara.
 
Grapevine Video (USA) has released four new NTSC DVD-Rs for June 2014: A Mormon Maid (1917) starring Mae Murray, Married? (1926) starring Owen Moore and Constance Bennett, Mistaken Orders (1926) starring Helen Holmes and Jack Perrin, and The Million Dollar Mystery (1927) starring James Kirkwood and Lila Lee.
 
 
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