Women and Silent Britain

// 5 November 2009

sn.gifThe BFI is holding a study day on women’s role in the film industry back in the days of silent movies.

This study day will consider all aspects of writing for or about the screen by the large number of women involved in the British cinema industry of the silent era, whether as screenwriters, critics, columnists, publicists, or authors of source novels and plays. The day consists of screenings from the BFI National Archive, talks and workshops, followed by a screening of the rarely seen silent classic The Constant Nymph.Tickets £10 (day only), £15 including The Constant Nymph (Members pay £1.40 less)

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Soirore // Posted 6 November 2009 at 10:55 am

I have been looking forward to this for ages, it’s going to be AWESOME! If any other silent film loving F Word readers are going and would like to meet up please tweet me.

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