Accidentally Preserved: Rare and Lost Silent Films from Vintage 16mm Prints is a collection of nine short films made from 1920-1928, presented in new HD transfers with new musical scores on piano or theatre organ by Ben Model. The films are all new to DVD, and three of them have not been seen by anyone in several decades. The films of Accidentally Preserved: volume 1: Wallace Lupino in THE LOST LAUGH (1928) – 9 minutes Jack Duffy in LOOSE CHANGE (1928) – 11 minutes Monte Collins in WEDDING SLIPS (1928) – 9 minutes Paul Parrott in SHOOT STRAIGHT (1923) – 10 minutes Elgin Watch Company - THE HOUSE OF WONDERS (ca. 1931) – 23 minutes Clyde Cook in THE MISFIT (1924) – 12 minutes Cliff Bowes in CHEER UP (1924) – 10 minutes Koko the Clown in MECHANICAL DOLL (1922) – 7 minutes Billy Franey in THE WATER PLUG (1920) – 12 minutes
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A young photographer moves to Praga, the most notorious district of Warsaw, known for common crime and alcoholism as well as unique folklore. This experience will have much impact on both his personal and professional life.
One hundred years of Hindi cinema is celebrated in four short stories showcasing the power of film.