9.2 b) Type

By ‘type’ we mean festivals featuring films defined by stylistic or narrative feature, such as animation, archival, documentary, ethnographic, experimental, fiction, or silent film.

As the output on these specialized festivals has grown so much, we created dedicated sub-pages. Please follow the links below.

9.2.b.1 Animation Film Festivals
9.2.b.2 Archival Film Festivals

9.2.b.3 Documentary Film Festivals
9.2.b.4 Ethnographic and Anthropological Film Festivals
9.2.b.5 Experimental Film Festivals
9.2.b.6 Silent Film Festivals 

 

9.2.b.5  Experimental Film Festivals

Becker, Edith (1992). “The New York Lesbian and Gay Experimental Film Festival.” Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media no. 37. <http://www.ejumpcut.org/archive/onlinessays/JC37folder/NYexptlGayLesFest.html>. (7 Dec. 2008)

 

9.2.b.6  Silent Film Festivals

Dixon, Bryony (2013). “The Relationship between Archives and Festivals: Reflections on the British Silent Film Festival.” Film Festival Yearbook 5: Archival Film Festivals. Ed. Alex Marlow-Mann. St Andrews: St Andrews Film Books. pp. 105–115.

Riley, John (2013). “Live Cinema: Silent Film, Orchestral Accompaniment and the Special Event.” Film Festival Yearbook 5: Archival Film Festivals. Ed. Alex Marlow-Mann. St Andrews: St Andrews Film Books. pp. 67–77.

Silent Movie Festivals, festival listing. <http://www.stummfilm.info/festival/index_en.html>

Sørenssen, Bjørn (2008). “Le giornate del cinema muto: Pordenone.” Film International 6:4 (2008): 77–81.

 

[Last updated:  26 July 2017]