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Pola Negri: Articles


Women's Suffrage Movie: Will Right to Vote Destroy The American Family at SFSFF?

Women's suffrage movie Mothers of Men: Dorothy Davenport becomes a judge and later State Governor in socially conscious thriller about U.S. women's voting rights. Are females too emotional to be objective? Women's suffrage movie 'Mothers of Men': Will women's right to vote lead to the destruction of The American Family? […]


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Women's Suffrage Movie: Will Right to Vote Destroy The American Family at SFSFF?



Pola Negri 'The Spanish Dancer' Restored

Pola Negri, The Spanish Dancer Silent-film lovers in The Netherlands will be able to enjoy a new restoration of the 1923 Pola Negri period comedy The Spanish Dancer. Screening with live musical accompaniment, the film will be presented at 4:15 p.m. on Friday, April 6, and at 4:30 p.m. on […]


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Pola Negri 'The Spanish Dancer' Restored



Alfred Hitchcock & Sam Peckinpah, Hayley Mills & Pola Negri: Packard Movies

A victim in Alfred Hitchcock's 1972 thriller Frenzy What do Alfred Hitchcock, Sam Peckinpah, Hayley Mills, and Pola Negri have in common? Well, all four film celebrities will have their work featured this week at the Library of Congress Packard Campus for Audio Visual Conservation in Culpeper, Va. Note: Hitchcock […]


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Alfred Hitchcock & Sam Peckinpah, Hayley Mills & Pola Negri: Packard Movies



Buster Keaton & 'Sunrise': San Francisco Silent Film Festival + Lost Pola Negri Film Found

Martha Mattox, Laura La Plante in The Cat and the Canary (top); Buster Keaton in Our Hospitality (bottom) The San Francisco Silent Film Festival will present a special series of screenings on Valentine's Day, Saturday, Feb. 14, at the Castro Theatre. The screening films are the Buster Keaton vehicle Our […]


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Buster Keaton & 'Sunrise': San Francisco Silent Film Festival + Lost Pola Negri Film Found



San Sebastián: Ernst Lubitsch Retrospective

One of the highlights of this year's San Sebastian International Film Festival is a mouth-wateringly thorough Ernst Lubitsch Retrospective. Besides the obligatory titles, such as the witty 1939 comedy of bright lights and Communism, Ninotchka, and the delightful 1934 version of The Merry Widow, the retrospective is also showcasing a […]


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San Sebastián: Ernst Lubitsch Retrospective



Pola Negri at MoMA

New York City's Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) is currently presenting “Pola Negri: Life Is a Dream,” a week-long retrospective on the career of the first European star import to succeed in Hollywood. Born in Poland in 1894, Pola Negri became a star in Germany in the late 1910s – […]


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Pola Negri at MoMA