Links / Resources

Welcome to the Links / Resources page - formerly "silent film links." Here are links to websites of interest to those interested in learning more about the silent film era - not just its celebrities and movies, but also it's history and culture in the United States and all around the world; this page is a work in progress, and I expect to add other links on Louise Brooks related topics including the Jazz Age, the Weimar era, Denishawn, the state of Kansas, etc... as well as links to sites (i.e. research portals) where YOU can explore a wealth of material on the internet.
 
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Thanks for your interest
Thomas Gladysz (Director, Louise Brooks Society)
 

 ACTORS & ACTRESSES

Arbucklemania (Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle)
Charlie Chaplin (official)
Greta Garbo (official)
Harold Lloyd (official)
Lillian Gish (official)
Marlene Dietrich (official)
Taylorology (William Desmond Taylor)

 FILM WEBSITES


 

THE JAZZ AGE

 

While conducting research for my forthcoming two volume work, Around the World with Louise Brooks, I spent hundreds of hours going through various online newspaper and magazine archives. I bookmarked these sites in order to return to them again, but also because some proved difficult to find, in that some were come across only by chance, or were found while looking for something else. 

The link lists shown below bookmark film magazines dating from the silent and early sound era. At the time these lists were compiled, each link was freely accessible on the web, without need of subscription, institutional affiliation, or local access. I have subdivided these lists by region. The dates in parenthesis represent the years available online. Generally speaking, I have included magazines published from the time before Brooks' began her film career, but not those published after her career ended. (I have also excluded a couple of the very earliest publications, from the first years of the Twentieth century, as well as a few of the publications aimed at home movie makers.) Not all publications shown here contain material related to Louise Brooks, though many do.  Happy hunting / happy researching.

FILM MAGS - North America

CANADA
Canadian Moving Picture Digest (1918-1922)
Le panorama (1919)

UNITED STATES
American Cinematographer (1920-1939)
American Cinematographer (1921-1942)
Billboard (1894-1921) *
Cinelandia y Films (1930-1936)
Cine-Mundial (1916-1946)
Close-Up (1920-1923)
Exhibitors Herald (1917-1927)
Exhibitor’s Times (1913)
Film Daily (1918-1949)
Film Fun (1915, 1922)
Film Players Herald and Movie Pictorial (1916)
Filmplay (1921-1922)
Film Truth (1920)
Implet (1912)
Movie Pictorial (1914-1915)
Moving Picture Stories (1917)
Motion Picture (1911-1925)
Motion Picture Story Magazine (1911-1914)
Motion Picture News (1913-1930)
Motography (1911-1918)
Movie Monthly (1925)
Movie Weekly (1922)
Movies (1930-1934)
Moving Picture Weekly, later titled Universal Weekly (1915-1937)
Moving Picture World (1907-1927)
Nickelodeon (1909-1911)
Photo-Play Author (1914-1915)
Photo-Play Journal (1916-1919)
Photoplay (1912-1922)
Photo-Play Review (1915)
Photoplayers Weekly (1915-1916)
Photo-Play World (1918-1919)
Photo Playwright (1912)
Picture Play (1931-1932)
Picture Play Magazine (1915-1938)
Screenland (1920-1959)
Silverscreen (1922)
Sound Waves (1928-1929)
Universal Weekly (1912)
Variety (1905–1954)
Visual Education (1920-1922)

 

FILM MAGS - Latin America

ARGENTINA
Comedia (1921)


BRAZIL
Careta (1909-1964) *
Cinearte (1926-1932)
Cine-Jornal (1922)
Cine-Luz (1932-1933)
Cine-Modearte (1928-1929)
O Cinema (1912)
Cinema (1925)
Cinema Pathé-Recife (1919)
O Cinematographo (1911)
O Cruzeiro (1928-1935) *
A Estação Theatral (1910-1912) *
O Fan: Orgão Official do Chaplin-Club
(1928-1930)
Fon-Fon (1907-1958) *
Klaxon: Mensario de Arte Moderna (1922) *
Kodak (1916)
O Malho (1902-1953) *
Mascote (1924-1925) *
Mauricéa (1923) *
A Nota (1918-1922) *
Palcos e Telas (1918-1921)
Para Todos (1919-1958) *
A Pilheria (1930) *
Revista da Cidade (1926-1927) *
Revista da Semana (1900-1918) *
Rua Nova (1925-1926) *
A Scena Muda (1921-1955)
O Tacape (1928-1929) *

CHILE
Cinema (1913)
El Cinematógrafo (1909)
Chile Cinematográfico (1915-1916)
Cine gaceta (1915-1918)
El Film (1918-1919)
Ecran (1930-1969)
La semana cinematográfica (1918-1920)

COLUMBIA
Cinematógrafo (1908-1909)

CUBA
Bohemia (1910-1940) *
Carteles (1919-1935)

URUGUAY
Cine Radio Actualidad (1936-1938 etc...)
Cinema y Teatros (1920-1921)
Cine Revista (1922-1923)
Maravillas (1934-1935)
Semanal Film (1920)
Vida teatral y cinematográfica (1926)

 

FILMS MAGS – Europe

AUSTRIA
Die Bühne (1924-1943)
Der Filmbote (1922–1926)
Die Filmwelt (1919-1925)
Der gute Film (1934-1937)
Illustrierter Film-Kurier (1934–1936)
Kinematographische Rundschau (1907-1917)
Das Kino-Journal (1922-1939)
Der Kinobesitzer (1917-1919)
Die Kinowoche (1919-1921)
Mein Film (1926-1939)
Die Neue Kino-Rundschau (1907-1917)
Österreichische Filmzeitung (1927-1938)
Start (1936)
Die Theater und Kino Woche (1919)  
Der Wiener Film (1936-1938)

DENMARK
Filmen (1912-1919)

FINLAND
Bio (1910)
Bio (1916)
Biograafilehti (1915)
Biograftidning (1915)
Fama (1927-1939)
Filmrevyn (1921-1927)
Filmiaitta (1921-1932)

FRANCE
L’Ange des projections lumineuses (1902-1903)
L’Argus du cinéma (1917)
Bordeaux ciné (1928-1940)
Les Cahiers du film (1933, 1934, 1941-1944)
Ciné-Journal (1908-1912)
Ciné-Journal (1913-1937)
Ciné pour tous (1919-1923)
Ciné-Schola (1922-1923)
Ciné-Théâtre (1926-1929)
Cinéa (1921-1923)
Cinéa-Ciné pour tous réunis (1923-1930)
Cinégraphe (1922)
Cinégraphie (1927-1928)
Le Cinéma (1907)
Cinéma (1927-1933)
Cinéma: annuaire (1911-1914)
Le Cinéma chez soi (1926-1939)
Cinémagazine (1921-1935)
Cinémato (1925-1926)
La Cinématographie française (1918)
Cinémonde (1929-1948)
Le Cinéopse (1924-1928, 1930-1939)
Courrier cinématographique (1913, 1917, 1919-1922)
La Critique cinématographique (1927-1938)
Le Film (1914, 1916-1922)
La Gazette des sept arts (1923-1924)
Hebdo-Film (1916-1917, 1930-1934)
L’Informateur ciné-corporatif (1928)
Le journal du ciné-club (1920-1921)
Les Meilleurs cinémas (1919)
Mon ciné (1922-1929, 1930-1937)
Le nouvel art cinématographique (1926-1930)
Paris-cinéma (1924)
Paris-photographe (1891-1894) *
La petite illustration cinématographique (1925-1928, 1930-1931)
Phono-cinéma (1908)
Photo-ciné (1927-1929)
La Rampe (1915-1937)
Le Rayon (1909-1914)
La Revue du cinéma (1928-1929)
La Revue de l’écran (1928-1948
Revue scientifique et technique (1913-1914)
La Scène (1921-1922)
Les Spectacles (1923-1931)
Terpsica (1926)
Toulouse spectacles (1919-1920)
Le Travail manuel (1922, 1927)

GERMANY
Film und Volk (1928-1929)
Filmland (1924-1925)
Film-Magazin (1928)
Film-Magazin (1929)
Filmtechnik (1929)
Filmtechnik (1933)
Film-Welt (1930-1935, 1942)
Der Kinematograph (1907-1932)
Kinematographische Wochenschau (1912-1914)
Pathé Woche (1913-1914)

HUNGARY
A Hét (1925-1931) *
A Mozi (Filmművészeti hetilap) (1920-1921)
Filmkultúra (1928-1938)
Magyar Film (1939-1943)
Mozi-ujság (1919)
Mozihét (1915-1922
Színházi Élet (1912-1938) *

NETHERLANDS
Cinema en Theater (1921-1922)
Filmliga (1927-1932)

POLAND
Express Filmowy i Teatralny (1925-1928)
Film Artystyczny = Film Artistique (1937)
Kino (1930-1939)
Kino dla Wszystkich (1929-1934)
Kino dla Wszystkich i Teatr (1937-1938)
Kino i Rewja dla Wszystkich (1934)
Kino i Rewja dla Wszystkich (1935-1936)
Kino Teatr (1928-1929)
Kinematograf Polski (1919-1921)
Wiadomości Filmowe (1933-1939)
Warner Bros Donosi (1935-1939)

PORTUGAL
Animatógrafo (1933-1942)
Cine (1934)
Cine: revista mensal de arte cinematográfica (1928–1930)
Cinearte (1926-1930)
Cinema: semanário cinematográfico (1932)
Cinegrafia (1929-1930)
Cine-Jornal (1935-1936)
Invicta Cine (1931-1936)
Movimento (1933-1934)
O filme (1934)

SWEDEN
Biografen (1912-1915)
Filmnyheter (1923)
Nordisk Filmtidning (1909-1910)
Pathé Frères’ Veckorevy (1911)
Stjernen (1908)

SWITZERLAND
Close-Up (1927-1933)
Kinema (1913-1919)
L’Ecran illustré (1924-1927)
L’Effort cinégraphique suisse (1930–1944)
Zappelnde Leinwand (1920-1926) 

TURKEY
Artistik Sine/Artistic Cine (1926-1927)
Le Film – Film Mecmuası (1925, 1927-1928)
Mudslide: roman, tiyatro ve sinema mecmuasi (1924)
Sinema Mihveri (1926)
Sinema Postası/Le Courrier du Cinema (1923)
Sinema Yıldızı (1924)
Tiyatro ve Musiki (1928)
Temaşa (1918-1920)
Tiyatro ve Temaşa Mecmuası (1913)
Artistik Sine / Artistic Cine (1926-1927)
Film Mecmuası / Le Film (1926-1927)
Musavver Türk Sineması / Le Cine Turc (1927)
Sinema (1915)
Sinema Postası / Le Courrier du Cinema (1924)
Sinema Rehberi (1924)
Sinema Yıldızı (1924)

UNITED KINGDOM
Bioscope (1912-1915)
Cine Technician (1935-1956)
Cinema Chat (1919-1920)
Cinema News and Property Gazette (1912-1946)
Cinema Quarterly (1933-1945)
Cinematography & Bioscope Magazine (1906)
Filmgoer’s Annual (1932)
Illustrated Films Monthly (1913-1914)
Picture Show (1920-1921)
Picture Show Annual (1926-1961)
Picture Stories Magazine (1914–1915)
Sight & Sound (1932-1995)
The Stage (1908-1919) *
Today’s Cinema and Property Gazette (1913-1915)
Weekly Kinema Guide (1930)
World Film News and Television Progress (1936-1938)

USSR
Kino-fot (1922-1923)
Sovetskij Ekran / Soviet Screen (1925-1929)

 

FILMS MAGS – Europe

ITALY
Al cinema (1922-1930) **
L’Albo della cinematografia (1915) **
Apollon (1916, 1920, 1921) **
L’Argante (1913-1916, 1930-1932) **
L’Arte cinegrafica (1918-1919) **
L’Arte cinema-drammatica (1913) **
L’Arte del cinema (1928-1929) **
L’Arte del silenzio (1920-1922)
L’Arte muta (1916-1917)
Bianco e Nero (1937-2002)
Bollettino Edizione Pittaluga (1929)
Bollettino della Fox Film (1929, 1935)
Bollettino delle grandi films (1916-1917)
Bollettino di informazioni cinematografiche (1924-1925) **
Bollettino quindicinale della Società italiana Pineschi (1909)
Bollettino staffetta dell’ufficio stampa dell’anonima Pittaluga (1929) **
La Bottega delle ombre (1926)
Il Cafè chantant (1910 1911, 1913, 1916-1918, 1920) **
Il Capolavoro cinematografico (1926) **
La Casa di vetro (1924) **
Cin Battaglie cinematografiche (1918) **
Cin Cine-gazzetta (1918) **
Cine (1917) **
Cine-Convegno (1933-1934)
Cine gazzettino (1926-1931) **
Cine mondo (1927-1931) **
Cine sorriso illustrato (1928-1931)  **
Cine sorriso illustrato (1930-1931)
Cine-cinema (1926)
La Cine-fono e la rivista fono-cinematografica (1911-1914, 1916, 1918, 1919-1920, 1922) **
La Cine-gazzetta (1916-1918) **
Cine-romanzo (1929-1932) **
Cineomnia (1935-1936)
Cinema Firenze (1923) **
Cinema Napoli (1913-1914) **
Cinema Ambrosio (1916, 1925) **
Il Cinema illustrato (1928) **
Il Cinema italiano (1926-1927, 1930) **
Cinema Illustrazione (1930-1939)
Cinema: La Premiere Revue de Grand Luxe du Cinema Francais (1933)
Cinema: Quindicinale di Divulgazione Cinematografica (1936-1956)
Cinema Star (1926-1927) **
Cinema-teatro (1928-1930) **
Cinemagraf (1916-1917) **
Cinemalia (1927-1928)**
La Cinematografia (1927-1928) **
La Cinematografia artistica (1912) **
Cinematografia e proiezioni (n.d.)  **
La Cinematografia italiana (1909) **
La Cinematografia italiana ed estera (1910, 1914-1916, 1922-1923) **
La Cinematografia: Rassegna Settimanale Illustrata (1927, 1932)
Il Cinematografo (1919) **
Cinematografo Roma (1927-1931)
Cinematografo Trieste (1924) **
Cinemundus (1919) **
Coltura cinematografica (1920-1921) **
La Conquista cinematografica (1921) **
Contropelo (1917-1920, 1923) **
Il Corriere cinematografico (1925-1930) **
Corriere del cinematografo (1921) **
Cronache d’attualità (1916, 1919-1922) **
Cyrano (1913) **
La Decima musa (1920) **
La Domenica del cinema (1929) **
Echi del cinema (1926) **
L’Eco del cinema (1924-1930) **
Eco film (1913) **
Excelsior (1916) **
Fantasma Napoli/Roma (1916, 1920, 1923) **
Fantasma Roma (1920) **
Il Fascio di luce (1928-1929)
Fiandreide (1908) **
Figure mute (1919)
Film: corriere dei cinematografi (1921-1922)
Film (1914-1920, 1926-1927) **
Film Pittaluga (1925) **
Film: Settimanale di Cinematografo Teatro e Radio (1938-1943)
Films: Bisettimanale Illustrato (1930-1931)
Films Pittaluga (1923-1926) **
Firenze cinema (1928) **
Fortunio (1920) **
I Grandi artisti del cinema (1926-1927)
L’Illustrazione cinematografica (1912,  1914-1915) **
Iride (1914) **
In penombra (1918-1919) **
L’Italia e Kines (1926) **
Kinema (1929-1930) **
Kines (1928-1931) **
Kines (1929-1932)
Lux Napoli (1910)
Lux Roma (1918, 1920-1921) **
Lux e cine (1910-1911) **
Il Maggese cinematografico (1913-1914)  **
Il Messaggero (1925)
Mirabilia film (1927) **
Il Mondo a lo schermo (1926) **
Motofilm (1916-1917) **
La Nostra Rassegna (1936, 1938)
Pathé Baby (1928-1930) **
In Penombra (1918-1919)
Piccola (1935-1936)
Proiezioni luminose (1924-1926) **
Rassegna delle programmazioni (1925-1926) **
Rassegna fotografica (1927)**
Rassegna generale della cinematografia (1920-1921) **
La Rivista cinematografica (1920-1930) **
Rivista internazionale del cinema educatore (1929-1930) **
Il Romanzo film (1920-1921) **
Lo Schermo (1935-1943)
Il Selvaggio (1935)
La Settima arte (1924-1931) **
Lo Spettacolo (1919-1920) **
Sullo schermo (1927-1928) **
Società anonima Ambrosio (1907) **
Sor Cappana (1919) **
Supercinema (1926)
La Tecnica cinematografica (1914) **
Theatralia (1925) **
Il Tirso / Il Tirso al cinematografo (1914-
1916) **
Triumphfilm (1912, 1914) **
La Vita cinematografica (1911-1915, 1917- 1924, 1929-1930) **

SPAIN
A.R.S. (1927-1931)
Actualidades Paramount (1935-1936)
Año Metro (1932)
Antorcha (1935–1936)
Art de la Llum (1933-1935)
Arte y cinematografía (1910-1936)
Boletín de información cinematográfica (1922-1926)
Boletin técnico-administrativo de la Asociación Mutual de Operadores de cine de Cataluña (1935-1936)
Celuloide Madrileño (1936)
Cine: revista popular ilustrada (1912-1923)
Cine Art (1933-1935)
Cine Arte (1934-1935)
Cinelandia y Films (1930-1936)
Cinema: edición popular (1916)
Cinema: revista semanal ilustrada (1921)
Cine Mundial (1922-1948)
Cine Popular (1921-1924)
Cine-Revista (1921-1924)
Cine-Star (1935-1936)
Cinòpolis (1929)
Cri-cri cinematográfico (1923)
España teatral cinematografica (1921-1922)
Fantasio revista de espectáculos (1927)
Films Selectos (1930-1936)
Filmopolis (1933-1936)
Films (1926-1928)
Films selectos (1930-1937)
Información cinematográfica (1929-1936)
Jueves cinematográficos (1927-1936)
Mundo cinematográfico (1913-1921)
Mundo cinematográfico (1917-1921)
Nº1 : revista mensual cinematográfica (1936)
Noticiario CIFESA (1935-1943)
Nuestro cinema (1932-1935)
Orientaciones (1935-1936)
Pathé-Revista (1917-1919)
Película (1915-1916)
Películas (1924)
Popular Film (1926-1937)
Progreso fotografico (1920-1936) *
Proyector (1935-1936)
Publi-Cinema (1934-1936)
Revista Gaumont (1913)
Rugido del león (1935-1956)
Siluetas (1930)
Sombras (1939-1941)
Studio-Films (1916)
Súper-Cine (1932-1933)
Titán Radio (1935-1936)
Tras la pantalla (1920-1922)
Vida gráfica (1915-1920)

FILM MAGS – WORLD

AUSTRALIA
Everyones (1920-1937)

CHINA
Chinese Cinema Year Book 1927
Liangyou (1926-1941) *
Ling Long (1931-1937)  *
On Photoplay (1924)
Silverlight (1926)

 

FILM MAGS – WORLD

INDIA
Filmindia (1937-1949)

JAPAN
Cinema Yearbook of Japan (1936-1938)
Katsudō kurabu
(1919-1921)
Katsudō shashinkai (1911)
Kinema junpō (1919-1922)
Kinema rekōdo (1913-1917)

 



  * Non-film magazines with occasional film content

** To access this publication, search for the title in the Museo Nazionale del Cinema catalog

The above lists overlap with the list found at the The Dormitor Journals Project, though both lists contain a number of links not found on the other. Also worth checking is the Global Cinema Collection at the Media History Digital Collection. 

Looking for vintage newspapers from around the world? A good place to start is the Wikipedia:List of online newspaper archives, which lists both freely accessible and paywalled portals. 



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