In part one of the title="Victor Sjostrom-Swedish Silent Film"
Throughout the rest of part one Victor Sjostrom carries the story forward, it introducing the
The rest of the film is of their journey together. In part four he cuts
Photographed by Julius Jaenzon, it is href="http://www.sfsales.net/Docs/Catalouge/Movie.aspx?id=26eeb537-721c-4322-86b2-aecdc4051b24" title="Victor Sjostrom-Swedish Silent Film">Victor Sjostrom's screenplay , co-written with Swedish screenwriter Sam Ask as the first script that Ask had written, and was adapted from a
Victor Sjostrom had performed the four act play quickly after it had been published; Eyvind of the Hills had been printed in Danish in 1911 and only later published in Icelandic. Sjostrom had performed the play in Goteborg that same year. The plawright Johan Sigurjonsson explains that it is built around its two principal characters by writing, "Halla's nature is moulded on a Danish woman's soul.", but oddly he adds something more thematic while dicussing the play by writing, "In my little garret in Copenhagen, I learned by my own experience the agony of lonliness." Sigurjonsson relates that it been his correspondence author Bjornstjerne Bjornson that had helped published his first play, Dr. Rung, in 1905. He followed in 1908 with the play The Hraun Farm (Bondinn a Hrauni). Before the screening of Victor Sjostrom's film The Outlaw and His Wife, Sigurjonsson also published the play The Wish (Onsket), which was printed in 1915.
Par Lagerkvist published the essay Modern Theater (Teater) in 1918, it
Bille August has recently filmed an adaptation of Lagerlof's Jerusalem-
While writing about the film Wild Strawberries, Jorn Donner notes that Ingmar Bergman's film is in part a tribute to Victor Sjostrom the director, "Many scenes have a tie-in with Victor Sjostrom's work. A smashed watch plays a part in Karin Ingmarsdotter."
Filmindustri Inc Scandia began in 1918, that year the company filming
Mary Johnson also that year appeared in the Swedish silent film Storstadsfaror, directed by Manne Göthson and photographed by Gustav A Gustafson. Appearing with her in the film were Agda Helin, Tekla Sjoblom and Lilly Cronwin.
In 1918, the first films to be directed by Sidney Franklin, who would
In 1919, Victor Sjöström wrote and directed His Lord's Will
Also in 1919, the Swedish director Ivan Hedqvist directed The Downy
Griffith directed The Girl Who Stayed at Home ( 1919, six
Conrad Nagel appeared in his first films, The Lion and the Mouse
The selcted poems of Carl Gustaf Verner von Heidenstam were published
Sir Arne's Treasure (Herr Arne's pengar 1919, seven
Greta Garbo photographer William Daniels continued his early career as second camerman under the direction of Eric von Strohiem, one film having had been being Blind Husbands (eight reels, 1919), starring Fay Holderness and Francellia Billington, another having been the film The Devil's Passkey (1920, seven reels), starring Una Tevelyan, Mae Busch and Maud George. Although one of the best films of the decade, the silent Blind Husbands, was concerned with marriage and the marital, one actress that had made several marriage dramas had been Katherine MacDonald. Of those she had appeared in were The Beauty Market (Campbell, 1919, nine reels), The Woman Thou Gavest Me, The Notorious Miss Lisle (1920) and Passion's Playground (1920). To add to any new look at marriage that was taking place as Hollywood peered through the keyhole into a modernity of what was being shown of the bedroom, DeMille in 1919 directed Why Change Your Husband (six reels),
title="Mauritz Stiller-Swedish Silent Film"
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Sjöström stars in both films. Photographed by Jaenzon, the film also
Danish film director Lau Lauritzen directed five films in Sweden in
In 1920, Greta Garbo would begin watching the silent films of Clara Kimball
The films of Clara Kimball Young were the springboard for scriptwriter Lenore Coffee, whose first films as a screenwriter, The Better Wife (William Earle, 1919,five reels) and The Forbidden Woman (1920) had starred the actress.
Finnish silent film director Erkki Karu directed two films for Suomen Biografi in 1920, both photographed by Finnish cinematographer Frans Ekebom, War Profiteer Kaikus Disrupted Summer Vacation (Sotagubishi Kaiun Hairitty Kesaloma) and Student Pollovaara's Betrothal (Ylioppilas Pollovaaran kihlaus).
One of the most beautiful silent films ever made by Mary Pickford, Pollyanna (Paul Powell, six reels) was filmed in 1920. The film
Clarence Brown directed his first film, The Great Redeemer (five
That year D. W. Griffith directed Lillian Gish in The Greatest
Victor Sjöström wrote and directed The Monastery of Sendomir
Rune Carlsten in 1920 wrote and
Danish silent film director A. W. Sandberg in 1920 wrote and directed two films for the Nordisk Films Kompagni in which the actress Clara Wieth starred, House of Fatal Love (Kaerlighedsvalen) and A Romance of Riches (Stodderprinsessen), in which she starred with Gunnar Tolnaes. Sandberg also that year directed the film Adrift (Det dode Skib), with Valedmar Psilander, Stella Lind and Else Frolich.
Ivan Hedqvist in 1921 directed the film Pilgrimage to Kevlar
In 1921, Pauline Brunius wrote and directed the film Lev livet
Carl Th. Dreyer in 1921 directed the silent film Leaves from Satan's Book (Blade af Satans Bog).
In the United States during 1921, Mary Pickford continued acting with the silent film Little Lord Fauntleroy.
In 1922, Victor Sjöström wrote and directed the films Love's
Writing about the 1922 Finnish Silent Film, Tytta Soila notes, "Perhaps one might say that the fortune of Suomi-Filmi, and thus the future of Finnish cinema, was established by portraying the lives of two strong female characters: Anna-Liisa and Hannah. Subsequently, many Finnish films were to have a strong female character at the center of the action."
Director Victor Sjöström left for Hollywood in 1922, upon the completion of the filming of The Hellship. In 1922 Rudolf
It is only with sincere appreciation for for the Silent Film series aired on Turner Classic Movies on Sunday Nights that the best of luck should be wished to Robert Osborne and Charles Tabesh at their appearing at the screening of silent films- Robert Osborne was present at the San Francisco Silent Film Festival for the July 14, 2007 showing of Camille. The film was included in the Greta Garbo Signature released in 2005 near to the 100th birthday of the actress Greta Garbo along with a section entitled TCM archive: Greta Garbo Silents.
D.W. Griffith in 1922 directed Carol Dempster in One Exciting Night (eleven reels). By then a producer for United Artists, Griffith followed in 1923 by directing Carol Dempster in the film The White Rose with Mae Marsh (twelve reels). Sidney
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Filmed in Sweden by Danish silent film director Benjamin Christensen, 1922 saw the
Gunnar Hede's Saga (1922, seven reels), directed by title="Mauritz Stiller-Swedish Silent Film"
The King of Boda (Tyranny of Hate, Bodakungen, 1920) was the first film to
Gustaf Molander's second film Amatorfilmen (1922), starring Mimi
Brunius in 1923 directed the film The Best of All, following it
Ragnar Widestedt in 1923
Although Victor Sjöström had embarked for the United States to film in Hollywood under the name Victor Seatrom, Danish silent film directors Benjamin Christensen and Carl Th. Dreyer, who both had begun as scriptwriters for Nordisk in 1912, would by 1923 have travelled to Germany, as Urban Gad, Asta Nielsen and Stellan Rye had earlier. Christensen would star in Dreyer's 1924 film Mikail (Chained) in addition to directing the film Seine Frau, die Unbekannte (1924) while there. Carl Th. Dreyer would direct the films Love One Another (Die Gezeichneten, 1921) and Once Upon a Time (Der Var engang, 1924) with actress Clara Pontoppidan.
Norwegian film director Tancred Ibsen not only worked in Hollywood on the set design of Victor Sjöström's film Tower of Lies, but also worked on the set design of the film His Hour (1924), directed by King Vidor.
Danish actress Olga d'Org starred in three films for Nordisk Films Kompagni, all of which were directed by A.W. Sandberg, including the 1923 film The Hill Park Mystery (Nedbrudte nerver).
Finnish film director Karl Fager in 1923 brought the film The Old Baron of Rautakyla (Rautakylan Vanha Parooni) to the screen.
John Lindlof in 1924 directed Man of Adventure (Odets man) with Inga Tiblad and Uno
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