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ICO Archive Screening Day Programme: The Wonderful World of Colour

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Colour has been used in silent film since its very beginning – as spectacle in its own right, as a means of underscoring a narrative by addressing the senses and emotions of the audience, and in relation to the opening up of a world of colour in other popular art forms.

In this selection you will find glorious examples of hand colour, tinting and toning, stencil colour from the sound era as well as Gasparcolor and Technicolor from the sound era.*

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PoetryFilm invited to attend the ICO Archive Screening Day at the BFI, Thursday 4 December

PoetryFilm has been invited to be a delegate at the Archive Screening Day event at the BFI Southbank organised by the ICO (Independent Cinema Office). Designed for independent exhibitors, this will be an industry screenings event showcasing films from the UK’s national and regional film archives – extremely rich resources.

The Archive Screening Day sessions are outlined below and the archive film programmes will be posted here separately.

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