A unique monthly review in German of current film books, including books about Weimar cinema. The site is best known for its Buch des Monats feature – the recognition each month of a new outstanding film book. The archive of these monthly online reviews, from 1961 to the present, can be found on this website/blog.
This blog (in English) consists of a collection of more than 1500 films from the first decades of the global history of film. Each film is instantly viewable and accompanied by a brief commentary or references to reviews and other historical materials. This unique online research archive of films before 1915 is of immeasurable value to anyone working on early cinema. Searchable by country, director, genre, and keywords. (See also under Rediscoveries)
This blog and website center around the American film star Louise Brooks who acted in such iconic German films as Diary of a Lost Girl and Pandora’s Box. The Blog also contains numerous links to international film websites and magazines about the Jazz Age.
A blog with 13,000 followers and “a place for people who love silent film,” features richly illustrated, analytical essays on known and recently discovered silent films and their larger contexts. Invaluable links to other blogs and silent film websites and festivals, as well as the biographies of silent film musicians.
An occasional blog (in English) about Weimar films and their contemporary legacy, including annual reviews of Bologna and Pordenone film festivals spanning back to their inception in the 1980s. Searchable by director and title.
This website is the home of the International Society for the Study of Early Cinema, which focuses on cinema from its emergence to its institutionalization around 1915. Launched in 1985 at the Pordenone Silent Film festival, it has become a portal for research on early cinema and a host of the biennial international conference on aspects of early cinema. The last conference was held in Paris.