MD-DC-VA Silent Film Screenings


Please check w/ theaters to confirm below information. 
Internet Movie Database – www.imdb.com links are provided to provide more information about films.

JUNE 2017
Library of Congress Audio-Visual Conservation Center – Culpeper, Va
19053 Mt. Pony Road, Culpeper, VA 22701
Thursday Jun 1 at 11:30pm Eastern Standard Time – Last day to register for Mostly Lost VI– A Film Identification Workshop.   Website to register & more information: https://mostlylostsix.eventbrite.com.
Contact: Rachel Del Gaudio (formerly Parker) and Rob Stone, LOC,
Email – Mostlylost@loc.gov
Smithsonian Museum of American History – Washington, DC
Warner Bros. Theatre, 14th St & Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC
Sunday Jun 4 at 2:00pm – Crossroads (1928, 87 min) dir by Teinosuke Kinugasa. From the Smithsonian’s webpage: << Teinosuke Kinugasa followed his now-famous experimental silent film A Page of Madness with this equally innovative psychological portrait. Crossroads centers on a brother and sister living amid the Yoshiwara pleasure quarters of old Edo, which Utamaro often depicted in this works. Filmed entirely at night, Kinugasa’s film creates a menacing, chiaroscuro vision of the Yoshiwara at odds with traditional cinematic representations of the era, launching a new form of visually and emotionally nuanced silent cinema. (Dir.: Teinosuke Kinugasa, Japan, 1928, 87 min., 35mm, silent with English intertitles). >>
Live musical accompaniment by Andrew Simpson!  Website
Free admission!  Smithsonian/American History website
Nearest Metro stations – Smithsonian (Blue/Orange/Silver line), Navy Memorial/Archives (Yellow/Green lines), Federal Triangle (Blue/Orange/Silver lines).
Library of Congress Audio-Visual Conservation Center – Culpeper, Va
19053 Mt. Pony Road, Culpeper, VA 22701
Thursday Jun 15 – Saturday Jun 17 – Mostly Lost VI– A Film Identification Workshop.
Evening shows – open to the public:
Thursday Jun 15 at 7:30pm –
          Now We’re In the Air (1927, 22 min) and
          Corporal Kate (1926, 85 min)
Friday Jun 16 at 7:30pm –
          The Devil (1915, 42 min)
          The Were-Tiger (1917, 46 min)
          The Stolen Play (1917, 46 min)
Saturday Jun 17 at 7:30pm – Rogues and Romance (1920, 53 min)
            plus a 15 min short.
Live music accompaniment by Ben Model, Andrew Simpson, and Phil Carli!
Free admission to evening shows!
Contact: Rachel Del Gaudio (formerly Parker) and Rob Stone, LOC,
Email – Mostlylost@loc.gov
Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts – Annapolis, MD
801 Chase Street, Annapolis, MD 21401
Thursday June 29 at 6:30pm – CD Release Concert & Film Program! Andrew Greene and the Peacherine Ragtime Society Orchestra will release their third CD, Elite Syncopations!, featuring the PRSO’s debut of their score for Charlie Chan’s The Pawnshop (1916, 24 min).   PRSO website
Information / tkts –
Maryland Hall website       Maryland Hall tel – 410-263-5544.
JULY 2017
AFI/Silver – Silver Spring, MD
8633 Colesville Road, Silver Spring, MD 20910
Saturday July 8 at 2:30pm – TV personality Gore De Vol (Dick Dyszel) introduces  Tarantula (1955, 80 min. Not a silent but …) From the Silver’s website: << I >>
Tkts $13 / $10 seniors / $8 kids / $9.50 members
and
Saturday July 8 at 7:30pm – TV personality Gore De Vol (Dick Dyszel) introduces Alien (1979, 117 min. Not a silent but …)
Tkts $13 / $10 seniors / $8 kids / $9.50 members
Tel 301- 495-6700    Theatre  Website
Logan Fringe Arts Space: Trinidad Theatre – Washington, DC
1358 Florida Avenue,NE, Washington, DC 20002
The Capital Fringe Festival presents a play about the silent-era siren, “Clara Bow: Becoming ‘It'” (90 min) by Alia Faith Williams devised by The Cast and Crew, directed by Heather Whitpan, featuring Brett Abelman, Seth Alcorn, Nick DePinto, Rebecca Ellis, Maggie Robertson, Charlene Smith, Nora Spellane, Andrew Quilpa.
Recommended for ages 13 yrs and up.
Saturday July 8 at 10:00pm
Sunday July 9 at 4:00pm
Tuesday July 11 at 5:00pm
Friday July 14 at 7:45pm
Tuesday July 18 at 7:15pm
Saturday July 22 at 3:45pm
Tickets $17    Capital Fringe Festival Button required for admission    Fringe website
Library of Congress Audio-Visual Conservation Center – Culpeper, Va
19053 Mt. Pony Road, Culpeper, VA 22701
Saturday July 15 at 7:30pm – Breakfast at Sunrise (1927, 62 min) starring Constance Talmadge (one of Buster Keaton’s sisters-in-law). From the LOC’s website:
<< Wealthy Parisienne Madeline (Constance Talmadge) and penniless Pierre (Don Alvarado), decide to teach their respective unfaithful sweethearts a lesson by getting married to each other, then divorce when their current partners are properly repentant. But things do not necessarily go according to plan. Malcolm St. Clair directed this light romantic comedy that features Bryant Washburn and Alice White as the other halves of the foursome along with Marie Dressler, cast as a worldly-wise queen. Also on the program is the 1927 Our Gang Comedy short “Baby Brother.” >>
Live music accompaniment by Andrew Simpson!  Website
Free admission! Reservations not needed. Information: 202-707-9994.
and
Saturday July 29 at 2:00pm – SILENT WESTERN DOUBLE FEATURE:
The Last of the Line (1914, 20 min). From the LOC’s website: << Sioux leader Chief Gray Otter (Joe Goodboy) sends his son Tiah (Sessue Hayakawa) off to a “white man’s school” so that he can become a great leader. But the son returns home as a worthless drunk and soon joins a group of renegades, forcing the father to make a decision. This Thomas Ince produced short drama features Sioux actors in most of the parts. >>
and
Tumbleweeds (1925, 78 min). From the LOC’s website: << Famed silent Western actor William S. Hart stars as cowboy Don Carver, who decides to get in on the Cherokee Strip Land Run in Oklahoma of 1893 and stake a claim as a homesteader. Directed by King Baggot, and produced by Hart in what was his final starring role, “Tumbleweeds” has been lauded as a seminal film of the silent era, unique in its depiction of Native Americans, not as villains but as Hart’s friends and for including African Americans among the land boomers. Noted film historian William K. Everson praised the land rush scene as “a superbly constructed piece of mass action, with overall excitement brilliantly welded to the individual vignette of sheer poetry — as in the wonderful shot of Hart seeming to fly through the sky as he races his pony over the crest of a hill.”  >>
Live music accompaniment by Ben Model! Website
Free admission! Reservations not needed. Information: 202-707-9994.  LOC website
AUGUST 2017
Library of Congress Audio-Visual Conservation Center – Culpeper, Va
19053 Mt. Pony Road, Culpeper, VA 22701
Friday Aug 4 at 7:30pm – La Boheme (1926, 95 min) starring Lillian Gish. From the LOC’s website: << Lillian Gish, called the “First Lady of American Cinema,” is credited with pioneering a more natural style of film acting. After appearing in more than 70 films beginning in 1912, many with director D.W. Griffith, she signed with the recently formed MGM who offered Gish significant creative control on her projects, including choice of directors and co-stars.  For her inaugural MGM effort, Gish selected King Vidor to direct “La Bohème” based on Henri Murger’s 1851 novel “La Vie de la bohème” (The Life of the Bohemian.) Gish is cast as Mimi, the delicate seamstress who takes up residence in Paris’s artists’ colony where she falls in love with aspiring painter Rodolphe (John Gilbert). Renee Adoree co-stars as the saucy Musette, while Edward Everett Horton steals several scenes as Rodolphe’s musician friend Colline.  >>
Live music accompaniment by Makia Matsumura!
Free admission! Reservations not needed. Information: 202-707-9994.
Lackland Performing Arts Center – Hackettstown, NJ
715 Grand Avenue, Hackettstown, NJ
Saturday Aug 5 at 8:00pm – Masters of Silent Comedy (1920s silent shorts)
Live music accompaniment by Andrew Greene’s Peacherine Ragtime Society! Orchestra!  Website
For tickets and more information – visit Centenary Stage Co;
email: info@centenarystageco.org   or   tel 908-979-0900.
Constellation Theatre Company – Washington, DC
1835 14th Street, NW, Washington, DC
Wednesday Aug 9 at 7:30pm,
Thursday Aug 10 at 8:00pm,
Friday Aug 11 at 8:00pm,
Saturday Aug 12 at 3:00pm,
Saturday Aug 12 at 8:00pm,
Sunday Aug 13 at 3:00pm – The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920, 73 min)

Usually presented around Halloween, this silent horror film will be accompanied by composer & percussionist Tom Teasley, recent winner of the Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Sound Design.  Teasley website      From the Constellation website:<< Combining ancient instruments with digital technology, Teasley’s original score will interplay with the film and its bold visual style. For the first time, Teasley will use an electronic analog synthesis reminiscent of twentieth-centry French composer Edgar Varese, also known as “The Father of Electronic Music.”

Teasley will also reflect the angular optics of the film using odd meter and additive rhythms inspired by both Igor Stravinsky and Middle Eastern traditions. Lastly, in keeping with Tom’s interest in current sounds, he will borrow contemporary urban rhythmic language from fellow Washington D.C. native DJ Spooky, who has also created an alternative score to the film.

A dangerous hypnotist uses a sleepwalker to commit murder in this quintessential work of German Expressionist cinema. Set in a jagged urban landscape and told with iconic visual style, this horror film reveals the fine line between sanity and madness. Award-winning percussionist Tom Teasley returns for a third time to create a powerful live underscore for Constellation’s silent film series. >>

Tkts on-line (w/ processing fee) or at box office:  $25 – 55 -see website for seating descriptions.         Tel (202) 204-7741            Theatre website
National Gallery of Art – Washington, DC
East Wing, lower level auditorium, 4th & Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC

Saturday Aug 19 at 2:00pm – Le Miracle des Loups (1924, 75 min). From the NGA’s website:

<< The renowned French production company Gaumont has been producing major and minor masterpieces for 120 years. This summer, the National Gallery of Art pays homage to Gaumont on the occasion of this momentous anniversary with screenings of twelve matchless treasures — from the great to the little-known, from gangster
genre gems to auteurist literary legends. >> (See the NGA’s Summer 2017 calendar.)
From Andrew’s website:  << Charles the Bold of Burgundy and King Louis XI duel over the fate of fifteenth-century France, but the Romeo-and-Juliet-like love of Robert Cottereau (Romuald Joube) and Jeanne Fouquet (Yvonne Sergyl) takes the foreground. This unsung pre-Napoleon movie spectacle, a high point of the French silent cinema, feature a pitched battle partially filmed with handheld cameras, a wolf attack on the ice, and a final showdown at the still-extant double-walled castle of Carcassonne with thousands of extras and an ax-wielding Sergyl. >>
Live music accompaniment by Andrew Simpson! Website
Free admisson!   NGA website
Nearest Metro stations – Smithsonian (Blue/Orange/Silver lines), Navy Memorial, Archives (Green & Yellow lines).
Nearby garages charge approx $30 – credit card or exact cash (no coins).
Library of Congress Audio-Visual Conservation Center – Culpeper, Va
19053 Mt. Pony Road, Culpeper, VA 22701
Thursday Aug 31 at 7:30pm – All Things Being Equal 2: National Film Registry Shorts  (1896-1953, approx 120 min).  From the LOC’s webpage: << Of the 700 films currently on the Library of Congress’s National Film Registry, a significant number are not feature-length films.  Shorter films – experimental, animated, avant-garde, or musical in nature – also populate the list.  “All Things Being Equal 2” is an evening showcasing these briefer works which, though they may not fill theaters or marques, have nevertheless had a profound impact on the art of filmmaking and the development of America’s cultural landscape. In 2014, the Packard Campus showcased a screening of these shorter films, and this evening will feature a brand new slate of NFR titles including the 1950s Civil Defense film “The House in the Middle”; a cartoon by Tex Avery; a dance piece by the great Martha Graham; the avant garde works “I, An Actress” and “Free Radicals” and the “scandalous” 1896 Edison film “The Kiss.” >>
SEPTEMBER 2017
Hunt Valley Delta Hotel – Hunt Valley, MD
Hunt Valley Delta Hotel (formerly Marriott), 245 Shawan Road, Hunt Valley, MD 21031
The Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention
Thursday – Saturday, Sept 14 – 16, 2017. Organized by classic film host Martin Grams, Jr. & featuring presentations, panels, & screenings of early film, TV, & radio. TV & film celebrities from classic TV shows will be on hand. Also on hand – vendors for DVDs, photos, & posters.
Tkts: See website; can pay at the door; free parking.
Convention website
Library of Congress Audio-Visual Conservation Center – Culpeper, Va
19053 Mt. Pony Road, Culpeper, VA 22701
Thursday Sep 14 at 7:30pm – Flying Luck  (1927, 71 min).  From the LOC’s webpage: << Capitalizing on the 1927 flying craze that followed the first transatlantic solo flight by Charles Lindbergh, this comedy stars Monty Banks who will do anything to learn to fly an aeroplane. After building his own doesn’t go so well, he winds up enlisting in the Army. During basic training, Monty falls in love with the Colonel’s daughter (played by a young Jean Arthur), tangles with a mean drill sergeant (Kewpie Morgan) and is mistaken for a visiting French dignitary. >>
Live musical accompaniment by Ben Model!
Free admission! LOC/Culpeper website
and
Friday Sep 15 at 7:30pm – Slapstick Divas (1913-1926). From the LOC’s website:
<< Steve Massa, a leading enthusiast of silent comedy, presents a series of shorts based on his latest book “Slapstick Divas: The Women of Silent Comedy.” Massa, who has devoted 45 years to researching the genre, has delighted Packard Campus Theater audiences in the past with similar programs featuring rare silent comedies featured in his critically acclaimed earlier tomes, “Lame Brains and Lunatics: The Good, The Bad, and The Forgotten of Silent Comedy” and “Marcel Perez: The International Mirth-Maker.” Massa has also organized and curated comedy film programs for the Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of the Moving Image, The Smithsonian Institution, and The Pordenone Silent Film Festival. Shorts include on the program include “Pants” (1919) starring Gale Henry, “How the Stars are Made” (1916) starring Alice Howell, and “His Wife Knew About It” starring Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Drew and Kate Price.>>
Live musical accompaniment by Ben Model!
Free admission! LOC/Culpeper website
and
Saturday Sep 16 at 7:30pm – The Temptress (1926, 106 min). From the LOC’s website:
<< Greta Garbo’s performance in the 1924 Swedish film “The Saga of Gosta Berling” caught the attention of MGM chief Louis B. Mayer, who brought the 20 year old actress to Hollywood the following year, along with that film’s director and Garbo’s mentor, Mauritz Stiller. Her first American film, “The Torrent,” was a hit and her performance as a seductress was critically acclaimed. In Garbo’s second film for MGM, she plays yet another wicked woman who has made a pastime out of breaking men’s hearts. “The Temptress” was also a great success with critics’ enthusiasm suggesting the emergence of a great star. Directed by Fred Niblo, the film costars Antonio Moreno and Lionel Barrymore. >>
Live musical accompaniment by Ben Model!
Free admission! LOC/Culpeper website
and
Monday Sep 18 at 7:30pm – Dawson City: Frozen in Time (2016, 120 min). From the LOC’s website: << “Dawson City: Frozen Time,” pieces together the bizarre true history of a collection of some 500 films dating from 1910s – 1920s, which were lost for over 50 years until being discovered buried in a sub-arctic swimming pool deep in the Yukon Territory, in Dawson City, located about 350 miles south of the Arctic Circle. Using these permafrost protected, rare silent films and newsreels, archival footage, interviews and historical photographs to tell the story, and accompanied by an enigmatic score by Sigur Rós collaborator and composer Alex Somers (Captain Fantastic), the documentary depicts a unique history of a Canadian gold rush town by chronicling the life cycle of a singular film collection through its exile, burial, rediscovery, and salvation – and through that collection, how an important hunting and fishing camp for a nomadic First Nation was transformed and displaced. The film’s director, Bill Morrison, will introduce the film and conduct a Q & A following the screening. >>
Free admission!     LOC/Culpeper website
National Gallery of Art – Washington, DC
East Wing, lower level auditorium, 4th & Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC
Sunday Sept 17 at 4:00pm – Dawson City: Frozen Time (Washington Premiere) (2016, 120 min). From the NGA’s website:

<< In the late 1970s hundreds of reels of nitrate film were discovered in the permafrost below a hockey rink in Dawson City, Yukon, the site of the Klondike Gold Rush. This cultural treasure trove — which included long-missing Hollywood narratives and unique footage of events such as the 1919 World Series — became the source material for artist Bill Morrison’s remarkable compilation Dawson City: Frozen Time, a riveting

journey to a forgotten era, now reawoken in a finely woven tapestry of film fragments, historical footnotes, and poetic storytelling. The mesmeric score is by Sigur Rós composer Alex Somers. >>
Free admisson!   NGA website
Nearest Metro stations – Smithsonian (Blue/Orange/Silver lines), Navy Memorial, Archives (Green & Yellow lines).
Nearby garages charge approx $30 – credit card or exact cash (no coins).
National Gallery of Art – Washington, DC
East Wing, lower level auditorium, 4th & Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC
Saturday Sept 23 at 4:00pm – Aloha Wanderwell Baker: Film Adventuress. Illustrated discussion by Heather Linville (1920s & 1930s, 75 min). From the NGA’s website:

<< Romantic traveler, adventurer, documentarian, and public lecturer Aloha Wanderwell Baker (1906 – 1996) explored the wide world in a Ford Model T during the 1920s and 1930s. She recorded her exploits on 35mm film (With Car and Camera Around the World was an early travel documentary) and became known as “The World’s Most Traveled Girl.” In later life Aloha oversaw her collection of films, photographs, and artifacts, many of which she deposited in museums and archives. Heather Linville worked on the conservation of Aloha Wanderwell Baker’s footage, not seen in over half a century.>>
Live music accompaniment by Andrew Simpson to some of these films!
Andrew’s website     Free admisson!     NGA website
Nearest Metro stations – Smithsonian (Blue/Orange/Silver lines), Navy Memorial, Archives (Green & Yellow lines).
Nearby garages charge approx $30 – credit card or exact cash (no coins).
OCTOBER 2017
Arlington Cinema & Draft House – Arlington, VA
2903 Columbia Pike, Arlington, VA
Thursday Oct 5 at 7:30pm – F.W. Murnau’s Nosferatu (1922, 88 min) starring Max Schreck, Greta Schroder, & Gustav von Wangenheim.
Live music accompaniment by The Invincible Czars!  Website
Tkts $15   Tel 703-486-2345   Theatre website
The four musicians from Austin, TX return to the Draft House as part of their Fall 2017 U.S. tour!
The Jim Rouse Theatre – Columbia, MD
5460 Trumpeter Road, Columbia, MD 21044
Saturday Oct 7 at 7:30pm – The Columbia Orchestra presents three performances including The Immigrant (1917, 20 min) – starring Charlie Chaplin!
With new live music score by Andrew Simpson! Website
Purchase tkts here  Adult $22 / $28, Seniors $18 / $24, Students $10 / $12
Tel. 410-465-8777     Orchestra website
Note:  An Open Rehearsal of the Columbia Orchestra’s “Sibelius & Chaplin” performances will be held on Monday Sept 18 at 7:30pm at The Gathering Place, 6120 Daylong Lane in Clarksville, MD 21029. Free admission! Rehearsals will go until 10pm. (Time for the Immigrant rehearsal not specified.) You’re welcome to come and go as you please.
National Gallery of Art – Washington, DC
East Wing, lower level auditorium, 4th & Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC
Saturday Oct 14 at 4:00pm – Cine-Concert: Man With A Movie Camera (1929, 65 min).
Free admisson!
National Gallery of Art – Washington, DC
East Wing, lower level auditorium, 4th & Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC
Saturday Oct 21 at 4:30pm – Cine-Concert: Mother (1926, 83 min).
Free admisson!
AFI/Silver – Silver Spring, MD
8633 Colesville Road, Silver Spring, MD 20910
Friday Oct 27 at 7:30pm – Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror (1922, 85 min.)
Live musical accompaniment by Andrew Simpson! Website
NOVEMBER 2017
More information coming!
AFI/Silver – Silver Spring, MD
8633 Colesville Road, Silver Spring, MD 20910
Friday Nov 3 at 7:30pm – Variety (1925)
Friday Nov 3 at 9:30pm – A Page of Madness
Saturday Nov 4 at 2:00pm – The Lost World (1925)
Saturday Nov 4 at 4:30pm – Strike (1925)
Saturday Nov 4 at 7:30pm – Charlie Chaplin’s The Gold Rush
National Gallery of Art – Washington, DC
East Wing, lower level auditorium, 4th & Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC
Saturday Nov 4 at 2:30pm – Cine-Concert: Old and New (The General Line) (1929,125 min).
Free admisson!
Weinberg Center for the Arts – Frederick, MD
 20 West Patrick Street, Frederick, MD 21701
Saturday Nov 4 at 3:00pm – The Lost World (1925)
Saturday Nov 4 at 8:00pm – Alfred Hitchcock’s The Lodger (1927)
Live musical accompaniment on a Wurlitzer organ!
Tel 301-600-2828. Theatre seats 1,000.  Website
AFI/Silver – Silver Spring, MD
8633 Colesville Road, Silver Spring, MD 20910
Sunday Nov 5 at 2:00pm – Charlie Chaplin’s The Gold Rush
Sunday Nov 5 at 4:30pm – Steve Massa’s Slapstick Divas
Sunday Nov 5 at 6:45pm – Keaton & Arbuckle
Wednesday Nov 8 at 7:45pm – Battleship Potemkin
Friday Nov 10 at 7:30pm – Alfred Hitchcock’s The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (1927)
Friday Nov 10 at 9:30pm – Alfred Hitchcock’s Blackmail (1929)
Saturday Nov 11 at 3:30pm – Wings (1922, 85 min.), sponsored by the National Gallery of Art at the AFI/Silver Theatre.  Free admission for this show!
Live musical accompaniment by Andrew Simpson! Website
Sunday Nov 12 at 2:00pm – Harold Lloyd’s The Kid Brother
Live music accompaniment by Andrew Green’s Peacherine Ragtime Society Orchestra!
Sunday Nov 12 at 4:30pm – Humoresque (1920)
National Gallery of Art – Washington, DC
East Wing, lower level auditorium, 4th & Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC
Sunday Nov 12 at 4:00pm – Cine-Concert: Fragment of an Empire (1929,72 min)
and Earth (1930, 83 min).
Free admisson!
AFI/Silver – Silver Spring, MD
8633 Colesville Road, Silver Spring, MD 20910
Friday Nov 17 at 7:15pm – Our Heavenly Bodies
Saturday Nov 18 at 3:15pm – Behind the Door (1919)
Saturday Nov 18 at 7:30pm – Prix de Beaute (1920)
Sunday Nov 19 at 2:00pm – Casanova (1927)
Sunday Nov 19 at 7:30pm – A Modern Musketeer
and
Tues Nov 21 at 7:15pm – Chicago (1927)
National Gallery of Art – Washington, DC
East Wing, lower level auditorium, 4th & Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC
Friday Nov 24 at 2:30pm – Cine-Concert: The Crowd (1928,98 min)
Saturday Nov 25 at 1:00pm – Blue Jeans (1917, 72 min)
Free admisson!
Weinberg Center for the Arts – Frederick, MD
 20 West Patrick Street, Frederick, MD 21701
Saturday Nov 25 at 8:00pm – The Beloved Rogue (1927)
Live musical accompaniment on a Wurlitzer organ!
Tel 301-600-2828. Theatre seats 1,000.  Website
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5 thoughts on “MD-DC-VA Silent Film Screenings

  1. Pingback: Welcome to DC Silents! | dcsilents

      • I’m probably preaching to the choir here, but silents aren’t truly silent, and without dialogue, the music plays a LARGER role than in sound film. Yes, info. on the accompaniment is always helpful.

  2. Terrific to find this blog. I try to get to silent screenings when I can, especially when there is organ accompaniment, but they can be hard to track down. THANK YOU THANK YOU for setting this up.

    Mark.

  3. Agreed. Thanks. I’m bookmarking this page. This is necessary, because there are SO MANY showings around DC/Balt. I’ve been scouring the googles and the weekly city arts papers to keep an eye on things, but that can be frustrating. (Especially when you see something awesome already happened, and you JUST missed it!).

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