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AMC Movie guide http://movies.amctv.com/movie-guide/
The Bioscope Blog administered by Luke McKernan (closed as of August 2012, but it will stay online and remain as a permanent archive) http://bioscopic.wordpress.com/
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13th British Silent Film Festival’s programme for”The World Before you, Exploration Science and Nature” for 2010, held 15-18 April 2010 in Leicester http://www.britishsilents.co.uk/silent/previous-festivals/78-2010-the-13th-british-silent-film-festival-the-world-before-you-exploration-science-a-nature.html Accessed 4 February 2011.
15th Brtish Silent Film Festival http://www.britishsilents.co.uk
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Silent London – aims to keep people in London informed about silent film screenings in London http://silentlondon.co.uk/calendar/ Accessed 4 December 2012
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A feast of Welsh cinema history.Wales Online, 17 October 2007, article on the finding of The Last King of Wales film http://www.walesonline.co.uk/expats/nostalgia/2007/10/17/a-feast-of-welsh-cinema-history-91466-19964789/ Accessed 2 February 2012
Bioscope (independent film trade paper – ceased), 3 October 1928, vol 77, no. 1148, p 30 (UK) Review of Sweeney Todd (available at British Library’s Newspaper Library, Colindale, and on microfilm from British Film Institute Library)
Bouchier, Chili. Shooting star: The Last of the Silent Film Stars. Atlantis Books. Softcover. 246 pages.
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Cinema Europe: The Other Hollywood, 1995 documentary about the rise and fall of European silent film industry produced by David Gill and silent silm historian, Kevin Brownlow. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/index.html?curid=7853149 Accessed 2 February 2012
Cook, Pam (ed), Gainsborough Pictures (1997)
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Genaitay Sonia (2010) Dangerous Beauty: The Joy of Nitrate Film, BFI news item, 23 Dec 2010. http://www.bfi.org.uk/nationalarchive/news/dangerousbeauty.html Accessed 5 February 2011.
Low, Rachel. The History of British Film (volume VII: The History of the British Film 1929-1939: Film Making in 1930s Britain), London: Routledge, 1985. Limited preview in Google Books http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=OM6NTJid06wC&pg=PA77&lpg=PA77&dq=rachel+low+history+of+british+film&source=bl&ots=LG0phNzg4O&sig=w2rQz5R74h5ah_qGTysP-0C8xGM&hl=en&ei=gHj5SormCIq14Qbe7IyuCw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0CAoQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=rachel%20low%20history%20of%20british%20film&f=false Accessed 9 November 2009
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Spindles – photo album and diary of a hideaway belonging to silent film actress Irene Rooke in 1927. Available courtesy of Paul and Karen Rennart at http://www.rennart.co.uk/dungeness.html Accessed 9 November 2009
Sweet, Matthew. Shepperton Babylon. The Lost Worlds of British Cinema. Faber & Faber, 2005. ISBN-10: 0571212980.
Sweet, Matthew. Silent Britain (DVD). 2006. Matthew Sweet presents and narrates this documentary profiling in detail the British film industry from 1859 to 1929. Features archive film footage, interviews with historians and survivors from the period
Taming of the Shrew (1923) starring Cynthia Murtagh – view at ScreenOnline http://www.screenonline.org.uk/film/id/1054406/credits.html Accessed 22 March 2012