Monday, September 7, 2009

An Evening of Silent Cinema

Please join Machina Fatalis Friday, September 11th for an evening of music & mirth at the movies. The Birch North Park Theatre is presenting the Buster Keaton classic,"Sherlock Jr." with live musical accompaniment by Dr. Philip Carli. "Sherlock, Jr." (1924) has been described as having astounding creativity. It features Buster Keaton as a projectionist who retreats into the fantasy world of the films he shows. The evening also includes two short films & a classic cartoon.
Dr. Philip Carli is the staff accompanist for the George Eastman House in NY and is a silent film historian.
Admission to the theatre is $12, students $10. Steampunk attire encouraged, including Dieselpunk, 1920's & 1930's wear.

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