If you live in Toronto, your April's looking slushy. But there's a reprieve. From April 6th to 15th, our fair city plays host to the inaugural Toronto Silent Film Festival. I can't wait because, as someone who's seen more silent films than, well, anyone I know, I still find several unexplored gems in this lineup. If you're a silent film newbie, be assured the selections also include big-time, accessible classics like Buster Keaton's Seven Chances (1925). Check it out, and if you see me at the concession stand, by me a cookie.
The programme is here. I will be there. There's no slush in the theatre. What more could you ask for, silent fans?