Project Keaton: Buskerfly Productions Tip Their Hat to Buster

Buskerfly Productions is truly delightful. This Boulder-based production company embraces the elements of classic film-making while utilizing the latest in modern technology, producing work that is of pristine, high-def quality while maintaining its integrity to the original medium that is their inspiration: silent comedy. Buskerfly reached out to Project Keaton and was so kind as […]

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Project Keaton Guest Post: Silent Volume

Silent film blogger Chris Edwards runs Silent Volume, a site dedicated to the art of silent filmmaking. Its tagline, “this medium is not dead,” is backed by a wealth of reviews, editorials and general musings on silent films great and small.  In conjunction with Project Keaton, Edwards has written a fabulous piece exploring the deeply […]

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Win a copy of Buster Keaton Short Films Collection 1920 – 1923?

Want the the Kino new release, Buster Keaton Short Films Collection 1920 – 1923? We thought so! This week, Project Keaton is giving away a copy of this fantastic new DVD collection from Kino Video. “Authorized by the Buster Keaton estate and mastered in HD from 35mm archival film elements, The Short Films Collection gathers […]

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Project Keaton: John Bengtson's Buster Keaton and Film Noir

Silent film historian John Bentson is pretty much THE authority on filming locations of the silent masters. His holy trinity of silent comedy filming locations Silent Traces, Silent Echoes and Silent Visions are dazzling, in-depth histories of the films of Chaplin, Keaton and Lloyd, respectively. His blog, Silent Locations, digs even deeper into the past, […]

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Project Keaton: John Bengtson’s Buster Keaton and Film Noir

Silent film historian John Bentson is pretty much THE authority on filming locations of the silent masters. His holy trinity of silent comedy filming locations Silent Traces, Silent Echoes and Silent Visions are dazzling, in-depth histories of the films of Chaplin, Keaton and Lloyd, respectively. His blog, Silent Locations, digs even deeper into the past, […]

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Project Keaton: Jonathan Melville's Holyrood or Bust(er)

Edinburgh-based journalist Jonathan Melville has written for everyone from the Guardian to the Edinburgh Daily News and, as a true-blue cineaste, has just launched a classic film blog: Holyrood or Bust In honor of Buster, he is temporarily calling his blog Holyrood or Bust(er) (<–clever, he?) and he will be reviewing many of the films […]

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Project Keaton: Jonathan Melville’s Holyrood or Bust(er)

Edinburgh-based journalist Jonathan Melville has written for everyone from the Guardian to the Edinburgh Daily News and, as a true-blue cineaste, has just launched a classic film blog: Holyrood or Bust In honor of Buster, he is temporarily calling his blog Holyrood or Bust(er) (<–clever, he?) and he will be reviewing many of the films […]

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