This site is intended as an collaborative research tool for historians, researchers and enthusiasts to record the details of Charlie Chaplin’s life and work.
The encyclopedia which is currently a work in progress will feature research articles, biographies and be a searchable repository of ‘facts’. If you would care to help with the compilation of this information, “please sign on!”:http://www.charliechaplin.org.uk
The prints are from high definition scans from the original 1936 negative of the Modern Times image and the original 1916 vintage print of the Rink image.
Available for 49.50€ in 30 x 40 cm format and for 89.90€ in “50x70cm” format (chosen to fit commercially available frames)
Luxurious weight, texture, and finish give these fine art prints on 100% acid free archival cotton paper a true museum quality appearance. The use of Epson UltraChrome K3 ink significantly improves overall gray balance while enhancing midtone and highlight detail yielding a smoother tonal range. Prints retain the look and feel of a traditional photograph with lightfastness ratings of many decades.
“Also Available in 50 x 70 cm”:http://www.charliechaplin.com/products/items/134-Chaplin-on-Rollers-5-x7-
If you haven’t noticed yet, there is a new shop in our products section with “great T-shirts”:http://www.charliechaplin.com/products/spreadshirts designed by french graphists Marion Kueny and Cécile Binjamin on American Apparel and regular T-shirts.
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In the same part of London where Charlie grew up, you can learn about the early music hall stars who influenced Chaplin’s work, and watch fantastic Pathé footage of some of them synched with recordings of their songs. See Charlie’s childhood homes and schools, and details of his early UK stage career.
Devised by Leslie Hardcastle, creator of the prizewinning Museum of the Moving Image (1989-1998), in collaboration with David Robinson, Chaplin’s biographer, the exhibition tells Chaplin’s story in six main sections, evoking consecutive phases of his dramatic rise from rags to riches.
The London Film Museum, based in County Hall, has been growing rapidly ever since it opened in 2008. This new exhibition marks a major investment by the museum to produce a spectacular tribute to a great Londoner who they say “remains the single most outstanding figure in all film history. “
The Charlie Chaplin - The Great Londoner exhibition will be a permanent feature and entry is included in the admission price of the London Film Museum.
County Hall, Riverside Building London London SE1 7PB
January 2010 CNN report on the BFI/Cineteca di Bologna/Lobster Film Keystone restorations, and Timothy Brock on “restoring Chaplin’s scores”:http://www.cnn.com/2010/SHOWBIZ/Movies/01/29/charlie.chaplin.restoration/index.html
Grand Rapids Ballet Company to do a Chaplin inspired ballet, the revival of Gordon Peirce Schmidt’s “Flickers,” a one-act ballet the GRBC artistic director created in 2003 for the company’s Dancers’ Theatre Series.
When: 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and Feb. 5-6, 2 p.m. Sunday and Feb. 7
Where: GRBC’s Wege Theatre, 341 Ellsworth St. SW
Tickets: $30 adults, $25 seniors, $20 children 12 and younger at Ticketmaster outlets, (800) 982-2787, “Tickets here”:http://www.ticketmaster.com
More info: 454-4771, or on the “Grand Rapids Ballet website”:http://www.grballet.com and on “MLive”:http://www.mlive.com/entertainment/grand-rapids/index.ssf/2010/01/grand_rapids_ballet_companys_n_1.html