And lest we forget to toot our own horn: Did you know two of SFSFF's joint restorations screened at Pordenone this year? Pamela Hutchinson, of the blog Silent London (and a "traditional" journalist, too), writes of The Last Edition (SFSFF 2013):
All stonking if rather rough and ready and a fantastic picture of San Francisco in the 1920s too. I have no earthly idea why they needed to jazz up all this fascinating typesetting material with a plot involving gangsters, corruption and a massive fire at the newspaper office, but I may be slightly biased.And The Good Bad Man (SFSFF 2014) played, too: "a western," according to Hutchinson, "that went about its business as swift and straight as an arrow...[with] kudos to London-based musician David Gray who accompanied the movie with verve and accuracy."
Get the rest of Hutchinson's daily Pordenone run-downs here.
And maybe we'll see you next year at the 34th Giornate del Cinema Muto, October 3–10, 2015. Save the date!