The Other Woman’s Story
The Other Woman’s Story was produced by B.P. Schulberg Productions. Starring Alice Calhoun and directed by B.F. Stanley, this six-reel feature was released in the United States on 15 November 1925. This restoration is based on two prints conserved at the Library of Congress Packard Campus for Audio-Visual Conservation: an incomplete tinted nitrate print in the AFI/Atkinson Collection and a six-reel black and white duplicate negative in the AFI/Donald Nichol Collection. The color tinting in this restoration is based on the colors present in the AFI/Atkinson nitrate print and corroborated by a Dutch export print conserved at EYE Filmmuseum, Netherlands. This restoration was completed in May 2018 through a partnership between the Library of Congress and the San Francisco Silent Film Festival.
SFSFF commissioned world-renowned silent film accompanist Stephen Horne to create a brand new score for the film.
SFSFF members can screen The Other Woman’s Story from 8am, Friday, December 31 until midnight on Sunday, January 9.
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