3 Silent Films

The Last Silent Picture Show: Silent Films on American Screens in the 1930s

William M. Drew, "The Last Silent Picture Show: Silent Films on American Screens in the 1930s"
English | ISBN: 0810876809 | 2010 | PDF | 268 pages | 10 MB

3 Silent Soviet Classics (Kino) [DVD9]  

Posted by mook45 at May 6, 2011
3 Silent Soviet Classics (Kino) [DVD9]

3 Silent Soviet Classics (Kino) [DVD9]
Films By Pudovkin & Dovzhenko
Classics | 1.33:1 | Black & White | Dolby Digital | English Intertitles
1 Full Original DVD Image (.ISO) + 600dpi Scans = >6.94GBs | 400MB RARs | NL/FSe/FSo
3 Silent Classics by Josef von Sternberg (The Criterion Collection) [3 DVD9s]

3 Silent Classics by Josef von Sternberg (The Criterion Collection) [3 DVD9s]
Classics | 1.33:1 | Black & White | Dolby Digital | English Intertitles
3 Full Original DVD Images (.ISO) + 600dpi Scans = >20.77GBs | 400MB RARs | NL/FSe/FSo

Mikio Naruse's 5 Silent films (1931-1934)  

Posted by gubaidulina at Dec. 30, 2010
Mikio Naruse's 5 Silent films (1931-1934)

Mikio Naruse's 5 Silent films (1931-1934)
DVDRip, VHSRip, TVRip | AVI | XviD | Silent | 5.55 GB
Lang: No | Subtitles: English | Genre: Classics | Director: Mikio Naruse

3 early films of Jacques Demy (1944 - 1948)  

Posted by patropitufo at Jan. 30, 2009
3 early films of Jacques Demy (1944 - 1948)

3 early films of Jacques Demy (1944 - 1948)
Animation | XviD 1.1.2 Final | 640x480 (AR: 1.333) | 1473 kb/s | 50MB

3 films made by Jacques Demy when he was a child…
Le Pont de Mauves (1944) - Attaque Nocturne (1947-1948) - La Ballerine (unknown year)

Mandala Films (1966-1968) [Repost]  

Posted by ETRU at Sept. 28, 2014
Mandala Films (1966-1968) [Repost]

Mandala Films (1966-1968)
A Short Films by Paul Sharits
DVD5 | VIDEO_TS | PAL 4:3 | Silent | 50 mins | 2,33 Gb
Genre: Art-house, Experimental

In the mid-1960s, Paul Sharits developed an abstract cinema in radical opposition to the pictorial tradition. His works taken together propose a reflection on the very nature of cinema and its component parts: the film strip, single frames, the flow of film through the projector, sprocket holes, screen, projectionS Using mainly the flicker technique (flickering between pictures and colors), he highlights frame by frame discontinuity, thus revealing the hidden powers of editing.
Eclipse Series 10: Silent Ozu - Three Family Comedies (1931-1933) [Criterion Collection] [REPOST]

Eclipse Series 10: Silent Ozu - Three Family Comedies (1931-1933) [The Criterion Collection]
3xDVD9 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC | 4:3 | 720x480 | 8500kbps (I Was Born, But…, Tokyo Chorus), 8000kbps (Passing Fancy) | 17.3Gb
Audio: English AC3 1.0 @ 192Kbps | Japanese intertitles with optional English subtitles
Full Time: 04:50:00 | Japan | Comedy, Drama

In the late twenties and early thirties, Yasujiro Ozu was working steadily for Shochiku studios, honing his craft on dozens of silent films in various genres, from romantic melodramas to college comedies to gangster pictures—and, of course, movies about families. In these three droll domestic films—Tokyo Chorus, I Was Born, But . . . , and Passing Fancy, presented here with all-new scores by renowned silent-film composer Donald Sosin—Ozu movingly and humorously depicts middle-class struggles and the resentments between children and parents, establishing the emotional and aesthetic delicacy with which he would transform the landscape of cinema."

Mandala Films (1966-1968) [Re-UP]  

Posted by Someonelse at April 24, 2012
Mandala Films (1966-1968) [Re-UP]

Mandala Films (1966-1968)
A Short Films by Paul Sharits
DVD5 | VIDEO_TS | PAL 4:3 | Silent | 50 mins | 2,33 Gb
Genre: Experimental

In the mid-1960s, Paul Sharits developed an abstract cinema in radical opposition to the pictorial tradition. His works taken together propose a reflection on the very nature of cinema and its component parts: the film strip, single frames, the flow of film through the projector, sprocket holes, screen, projectionS Using mainly the flicker technique (flickering between pictures and colors), he highlights frame by frame discontinuity, thus revealing the hidden powers of editing.

Eclipse Series 26: Silent Naruse [The Criterion Collection]  

Posted by Someonelse at Oct. 10, 2011
Eclipse Series 26: Silent Naruse [The Criterion Collection]

Eclipse Series 26: Silent Naruse [The Criterion Collection]
2xDVD9 + DVD5 (VIDEO_TS) | NTSC 4:3 (720x480) | 320 mins | Total: 17,84 Gb
Musical Score AC3 2.0 @ 384 Kbps | Japanese intertitles with optional English subtitles
Genre: Drama, Art-House | Japan

Mikio Naruse was one of the most popular directors in Japan, a crafter of exquisite melodramas, mostly about women confined by their social and domestic circumstances. Though often compared with Yasujiro Ozu and Kenji Mizoguchi for his style and treatment of characters, Naruse was a unique artist, making heartrending, brilliantly photographed and edited films about the impossible pursuit of happiness. From the outset of his career, with his silent films of the early thirties, Naruse zeroed in on the lives of the kinds of people - geisha, housewives, waitresses - who would continue to fascinate him for the next three decades. Though he made two dozen silent films, only five remain in existence; these works - poignant, dazzlingly made dramas all - are collected here, newly restored and on DVD for the first time, and featuring optional new scores by noted musicians Robin Holcomb and Wayne Horvitz.
Eclipse Series 10: Silent Ozu - Three Family Comedies (1931-1933) [The Criterion Collection] [Repost]

Eclipse Series 10: Silent Ozu - Three Family Comedies (1931-1933) [The Criterion Collection]
3xDVD9 | ISO | NTSC 4:3 (720x480) | HQ Scans (PNGs) | ~281 mins | 5,99 Gb + 5,85 Gb + 6,01 Gb
Silent with optional score AC3 1.0 @ 192 Kbps | Japanese intertitles with optional English subtitles
Genre: Comedy, Drama | Japan

In the late twenties and early thirties, Yasujiro Ozu was working steadily for Shochiku studios, honing his craft on dozens of silent films in various genres, from romantic melodramas to college comedies to gangster pictures—and, of course, movies about families. In these three droll domestic films—Tokyo Chorus, I Was Born, But … , and Passing Fancy, presented here with all-new scores by renowned silent-film composer Donald Sosin—Ozu movingly and humorously depicts middle-class struggles and the resentments between children and parents, establishing the emotional and aesthetic delicacy with which he would transform the landscape of cinema.