I have a number of D.W Griffith films already. They are: Broken Blossoms,
Birth of a Nation, Intolerance, Hearts of the World (very sappy), Orphans of
the Storm, True Heart Susie, and a few of his Biograph films.
Yes, Griffith is the father of film, but how about Thomas Ince? This is one
filmmaker that I am very interested in, but can't find anything on him (his
life and work). Do you know of any books? I've tried to get a book on the
Triangle film industry, but it wasn't available to me. Have you seen such a
book? It's called Dreams for Sale by David Yallop.