Tuesday, October 14, 2014
William K. Everson archive
Well worth checking out is the William K. Everson Collection, a website which archives publicity material, photographs and most importantly the film notes (short essays) of the film historian, author, critic, teacher, archivist, and collector.
Everson knew Louise Brooks, and wrote highly of her in his terrific 1978 book, American Silent Film. And some years ago before his death, I had the pleasure of seeing Everson's 16 mm print of Beggars of Life.
Film buffs will enjoy exploring this site.
Copyright thomas gladysz / Louise Brooks Society
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