• Talking Film History with Bérénice Bejo

    Last week, we had the pleasure of chatting with Bérénice Bejo, Argentinean/French actress who stars as Peppy Miller in the new Weinstein Company release The Artist. Since its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year, the film, directed by […]

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  • Bringing 1911 to 2011! – The Films of A Century Ago

    Since 2003, Randy Haberkamp, Director of Public Programming and Educational Outreach at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, has annually been presenting a unique and fascinating survey of early cinema at the turn of the last century. […]

  • Those Awful Hats!

    Flicker Alley is pleased to welcome our first guest blog post from Doug Hanvey, a writer and casual moviegoer.  For filmgoers who dig horror, sci-fi, cult, animated, or just plain weird films, watching Flicker Alley’s new WILD AND WEIRD […]

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  • Flicker Alley is proud to present Soviet “Landmarks”

      Flicker Alley is proud to announce the release of a essential collection of eight landmark Soviet silent films all new to DVD in North America. The term “Soviet montage” is widely used in film circles, but understanding of […]

  • A Journey Through Silent Film’s Time, Color and Space

    [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cG10UP_t4-E] Last week the Flicker Alley team attended the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ event “A TRIP TO THE MOON in Color: And Other Travels Through Time, Color and Space”– a screening event dedicated to re-creating the […]

  • Cinecon goes Cinerama!

    Congratulations to the Cinecon team on a successful 47th annual event. The longtime Los Angeles silent/classic cinema screening event was just this past weekend. A festival which itself has a very impressive history, has been unveiling rare and interesting […]

  • The Reel Thing XXVII in review

      Discovering Cinema: “Learning to Talk” & “Movies Dream in Color” – Two Spectacular Documentaries on the Artistic and Technical Birth of Sound and Color Movies Last week members of Flicker Alley had the pleasure of attending The Reel […]

  • Flicker Alley enters the blogosphere!

    Flicker Alley was born in 2002 out of founder Jeff Masino’s passion for cinematic history and a desire to bring filmmakers and films from out of the past to new audiences and renewed recognition. Jeff and an expanding team […]