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Silent Film Centennial Celebration

An Overview of the Most Important Films Made 100 Years Ago

Upon the 100-year aniversary of its release, the most-important film of an individual year
is the multimedia focus of a retrospective overview.

1915

The Birth of a Nation

A guilty pleasure for some. A painful experience for most.
Undeniably, it still has the power to evoke strong emotions —
sadness, loss, remorse, even hatred.

One hundred years after its release, it remains the most discussed film of the entire silent era, and for that reason D.W. Griffith’s The Birth of a Nation (1915) is Silent Era’s Centennial Celebration film for 2015.

EXPLORE THE BIRTH OF A NATION’S CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION

 
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