1hr 50m - Diary Of A Lost Girl - 1929 - PG
1hr 49m - Piccadilly - 1929 - PG
1hr 35m - Sunrise - 1927 - U
1hr 25m - Cottage On Dartmoor - 1929 - PG
28m - Chess Fever - 1925
25m - One Week - 1920 - U
12m - Cameraman’s Revenge - 1912
Critically acclaimed five-piece band Wurlitza, from St Germans in South East Cornwall, have been offering their own unique brand of live soundtracks to silent films since 2006.
Diary Of A Lost Girl - 1929 - PG - 1hr 50m
Diary of a Lost Girl traces the story of Thymian, played by the mesmerising screen idol Louise Brooks, as her life yoyos between episodes of lightness and innocence, darkness and hope.
Piccadilly - 1929 - PG - 1hr 49m
Set in a Limehouse nightclub in danger of decline, Piccadilly follows kitchenhand turned dancer Shosho, portrayed by Hollywood icon Anna May Wong, in a story of jealousy, despair and tragedy. This British silent was later released in part-sound, as the development of sound in cinema took off.
Sunrise - 1927 - U - 1hr 35m
Regarded as one of the best films ever made, Sunrise tells a story of temptation, jealousy and, ultimately, love. The film collected three of the twelve Academy Awards on offer at the inaugural ceremony in 1929, for Best Unique and Artistic Picture, Best Cinematography and Best Actress.
A Cottage On Dartmoor - 1929 - PG - 1hr 25m
One of the last silent films to be made, A Cottage On Dartmoor follows the tribulations of escaped convict Joe, played by Swedish actor Uno Henning, as he fights for freedom and love. Set and partly filmed on Dartmoor, this stunning film offers a unique local connection and a glimpse into British silent cinema’s segue into The Talkies.