London & South East

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Written In Dust (Dir. Gareth Rees, 2015).   Live musical accompaniment by classical Chinese musician Ling Peng and pianist/guitarist Andy Middleton.       Art House, Crouch End      Link

La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc (Dir. Carl Theodor Dreyer, 1928).    Live musical accompaniment by Antwerp and his Sonic Companions.    Peckham Pelican  Link

5 November

Sunrise: A Song Of Two Humans (Dir. F W Murnau, 1927) With Live Musical Accompaniment.  BFI Southbank  Link

6 November

Son Of The Sheik (Dir. George Fitzmaurice, 1926) With live piano accompaniment by Stephen Horne.  BFI Southbank   Link

8 November

J’Accuse (Dir. Abel Gance, 1919) Live musical accompaniment by John Sweeney.  Barbican, London    Link

Son Of The Sheik (Dir. George Fitzmaurice, 1926).   With live piano accompaniment by Costas Fotopoulos.   BFI Southbank   Link

9 November

A Throw Of The Dice (Dir. Franz Osten, 1929) Regent St Cinema, London Link

Sunrise: A Song Of Two Humans (Dir. F W Murnau, 1927)   With Live Musical Accompaniment.    BFI Southbank    Link

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Flesh And The Devil (Dir. Clarence Brown, 1926) With live piano accompaniment by Costas Fotopoulos.   BFI Southbank    Link

11 November

The Signal Tower (Dir. Clarence Brown, 1924) A Kennington Bioscope presentation with short films and live musical accompaniment.   Cinema Museum, Lambeth  Link

12 November

L'Age_d'OrWritten In Dust (Dir. Gareth Rees, 2015) Live musical accompaniment by classical Chinese musician Ling Peng and pianist/guitarist Andy Middleton.   Cinema Museum, Lambeth    Link

Un Chien Andalou/L’Age D’Or (Dir. Luis Bunuel, 1929/1930 )  ICA LondonLink

14 November

Written In Dust (Dir. Gareth Rees, 2015) Live musical accompaniment by classical Chinese musician Ling Peng and pianist/guitarist Andy Middleton.   Cinema Museum, Lambeth   Link

15 November

Regeneration (Dir. Raoul Walsh, 1915)  Rio, Dalston    Link

The Cheat (Dir. Cecil B de Mille, 1915) Rio, Dalston   Link

Song (Dir. Richard Eichberg, 1928)  Live musical accompaniment by Stephen Horne.   Regent St Cinema, London    Link

Flesh And The Devil (Dir. Clarence Brown, 1926) With live piano accompaniment by John Sweeney.   BFI Southbank    Link

21 November

Entering The Ancient World Through Silent Cinema.   An opportunity to view the ancient world through rarely seen silent films set in ancient Greece or Rome. Live musical accompaniment by Stephen Horne.     Cinema Museum, Lambeth    Link

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Written In Dust (Dir. Gareth Rees, 2015)  Live musical accompaniment by classical Chinese musician Ling Peng and pianist/guitarist Andy Middleton.     Rio, Dalston    Link

Pandora’s Box (Dir. G W Pabst, 1928)   With live piano accompaniment by Costas Fotopoulos.   BFI Southbank   Link

23 November

Pandora’s Box (Dir. G W Pabst, 1928)   With live piano accompaniment by Stephen Horne.   BFI Southbank   Link

24 November

The Cameraman (Dir. E Sedgwick/Buster Keaton, 1928)  Live organ accompaniment by Donald Mackenzie.   Alexandra Palace, London    Link

26 November

Vampyr (Dir. Carl  Theodore Dreyer, 1932 )  (Technically this was Dreyer’s first sound film but there is very little dialogue and extensive use still made of inter-titles) Close Up Film Centre, E1, London  Link

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Metropolis (Dir. Fritz Lange, 1927)  With live organ accompaniment by Donald Mackenzie.  St Mary’s Church, Hitchin, HertsLink

The Phantom Carriage (Dir. Victor Sjostrom, 1921)  Close Up Film Centre, E1, London  Link

29 November

The Pleasure Garden (Dir. Alfred Hitchcock, 1925)   Sands Films, Rotherhithe Link

Nosferatu (Dir. F W Murnau, 1922) Close Up Film Centre, E1, London  Link

30 November

Faust (Dir. F W Murnau, 1926)  Live musical accompaniment by Deathcount in Silicone Valley.   Prince Charles Cinema, London    Link