Tag Archives: D.W. Griffith


Destiny (1921)

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Some of acclaimed filmmaker Fritz Lang’s best films were made during the silent era, including such masterpieces as Dr. Mabuse the Gambler, the two-part Die Nibelungen films Siegfried and Kriemhild’s Revenge, Metropolis, and Woman In the Moon.  Another Lang silent classic … Continue reading


Way Down East (1920)

“I can’t have you around here where I live!  Suppose they find out about your past life?  You’d have to get out then!” says Lennox Sanderson.  Anna Moore replies, “Suppose they find out about YOUR past life!”  Sanderson responds, “Oh, … Continue reading


Queen Margot (1994)

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Over a year ago, I had the privilege of attending one of the screenings of D.W. Griffith’s 1916 epic Intolerance, which was being shown in a brand new restoration at Film Forum in New York City.  One of the storylines … Continue reading


Blu-ray Tuesdays: 11/5/13 Recommendations

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Intolerance (1916)

D.W. Griffith’s 1915 epic feature The Birth of a Nation is one of the greatest films ever made (even though I strongly disapprove of the film’s portrayal of black people as well as the glorification of the Ku Klux Klan).  … Continue reading