Opening Statement

A year later, Griffith responded with Intolerance, a 3-hour epic spanning thousands of years through the prism of love and hate. As film lovers have distanced themselves from the controversial Birth of a Nation, the follow-up has been embraced – by Aaron Pinkston, September 6, 2016

Making Myths

It was in Griffith's follow-up to The Birth of a Nation, 1916’s Intolerance, that the filmmaker would take the logic of the cross-cut to its extreme – by Patrick Brown, September 6, 2016

History Repeating Itself

We’ve all watched people pursue their own selfish need for power under the guise of the common good. They convince those around them with a serpentine smile that they’re the good guys – by Alex Moore, September 7, 2016

Filmography: D.W. Griffith

While The Birth of a Nation and Intolerance are known to create much of the film language and technique that basically created the industry we know today, D.W. Griffith wasn’t exactly a two-hit wonder – by Aaron Pinkston, September 8, 2016

Related Review: Destiny

For its time, Destiny is impossibly complex. It lacks Intolerance's grandeur [and, arguably, its bloat], and as such, it's not as remembered, but it's as important in showing the ability for films to be what we think of them as today – by John Gilpatrick, September 9, 2016

Further Streaming: Silent Film Through the Ages

You have to know where to look, but the abundance of silent films available to stream online is staggering---hundreds of films from the silent era are available to watch across paid streaming platforms or on YouTube – by Aaron Pinkston, September 9, 2016