Watch rapper J-Five’s tribute to Charlie Chaplin and Modern Times. Featuring footage of The Tramp himself.
Listen to some of Elena Kats Chernin’s score for The Boot Cake.
Dance With A Cane - download mp3
Gathering in the City - download mp3
Find out more about Elena and her music on her MySpace page.
Download the official press release, complete with synopsis, Q & A with Kathryn Millard, crew bios, and quotes from the Charlies.
Download hi-resolution stills. Right-click on a thumbnail and select Save As to download to your computer.
See how Greedy Hen responded to scenes from The Boot Cake on Flickr.
Find out more about Charlie Chaplin and his films at his official website. View site
Resources for researchers and students. Find out more about Chaplin and film history at the British Film Institute’s Charlie Chaplin Research Program. View site
Sign up for the Discover Chaplin newsletter. View site
Search the catalogue. The Chaplin Project is in the process of digitising and cataloguing Chaplin’s archive of papers and photographs. It has also undertaken the complete restoration of his works. View site
Click here to view a map of Adipur, where the Charlie Circle is based.
Read more about Mumbai’s Film City – one of the places Viswajeet hopes to find work.
The Boot Cake features a clip from legendary Tamil and Hindi cinema actor/director Kamal Hassan. He played his version of The Tramp - Chaplin Chellappa – in the feature Punnagai (1986) directed by K. Balachander. Find out more about that film and Kamal Hassan. View site
São Paulo street performer and actor Paulo Pasttella has been performing his tribute to The Tramp for several decades. He was even married wearing his Charlie Chaplin costume! Look at some of his photos and a video tribute to Modern Times. View site
Resources on silent film. View site
Look at clips from Australian films here.
Read the latest on The Boot Cake on our blog.
View more stills from The Boot Cake on Flickr.
“The idea of the white cream came to me - because when I used to watch the movies, Charlie Chaplin’s the skin was black and white. So I thought that if I use white cream, then it will look more natural, like the original.”Viswajeet Devnath