Welcome to the Louise Brooks Society. This website - the largest on the internet devoted to any silent film star - contains more than 250 pages of content. New pages and new material are added on an on-going basis. This page tracks site updates. Thank you for your interest in the LBS.
October 13, 2005 --- "Louise Brooks, trânsfuga de Hollywood" reposted. This article needs to be translated from Portugese into English. "Les projets de René Clair." has also been reposted. This articles needs to be translated from French into English.
October 12, 2005 --- an excerpt (large pdf file) from a Russian book on G.W. Pabst has been posted. This excerpt needs to be translated from Russian into English
October 1, 2005 --- Alternate titles - including those of films exhibited or written about in Europe and South America - have been added to the various filmography and bibliography pages.
September 29, 2005 --- New citations have been added to Louise Brooks, Denishawn Dancer: A Bibliography of 1922 - 1923 as well as the The Street of Forgotten Men and The American Venus bibliographies.
September 22, 2005 --- New citations have been added to Louise Brooks, Denishawn Dancer: A Bibliography of 1922 - 1923 and Louise Brooks, Denishawn Dancer: A Bibliography of 1923 - 1924, as well as The American Venus and Show-Off bibliographies.
September 18, 2005 --- More, slightly revised pages, pages have been brought back-online. These pages include the first and second Denishawn tours - as well as the Louise Brooks Chronology and Contemporary Fiction pages (part of the Homage to Lulu section of the site).
September 17, 2005 --- Louise Brooks: Life and Times has been brought back on-line. This page has been slightly revised.
September 16, 2005 --- The filmography has been brought back on-line.
September 14, 2005 --- New citations have been added to The City Gone Wild bibliography, among other film bibliography on the LBS website.
September 12, 2005 --- Most all of the bibliographies have been brought back on-line.
September 6, 2005 --- The newsgroups page has been revised and brought back on-line.
September 1, 2005 --- Due to a long planned overhaul of the website, large portions of the Louise Brooks Society have been taken off-line. If all goes according to plan, pages and sections of the site will be brought back in the course of the next few weeks. The LBS homepage will remain on-line. Also still available is the message board, and a newly revised page of links, Lulu in Cyberspace. (Check it out.) The LBS gift shop at Cafepress.com, as well as Radio Lulu, and Louise Brooks Studies, are all still active.