‘King Vidor’s THE CROWD: The Making of a Silent Classic’ by Jordan R. Young

Despite being one of the most acclaimed films of the silent era, King Vidor’s The Crowd (1928) remains unavailable to buy on home video in the U.S. The very citizenry that Vidor examined in this classic cannot have access to it. It is a member of the Library of Congress’ National Film Registry, to be… Read More ‘King Vidor’s THE CROWD: The Making of a Silent Classic’ by Jordan R. Young

Flicker Alley Review: Marcel L’Herbier’s ‘L’Inhumaine’

In March, Flicker Alley released Marcel L’Herbier’s 1924 film L’Inhumaine (The Inhuman Woman) on Blu-ray. For most of us, this film is unheard of, lost in time and overshadowed by silent films made in Germany. Most of the great European silent films we think of from the ’20s were made in the Weimar Republic, but… Read More Flicker Alley Review: Marcel L’Herbier’s ‘L’Inhumaine’