Wednesday, March 26, 2014

APRIL 2014 PROGRAMS


708 Gilman St. @ The Tannery
All Ages - Wheelchair Accessible
Free Parking - Donations Accepted
Door 7:00PM - Film 7:30PM

APRIL 2014

04/05 - Backwood Saturday Night 16mm/B&W/Sound/70 min.
04/06 - Wild and Woolly (1917) Super 8mm/B&W/Silent/Musical Accompaniment/72 min.
04/12 - LOOP Presents: Country Style U.S.A (1957) 16mm/B&W/Sound/70 min.
04/13 - Chaplin Retrospective 16mm/B&W/Silent/Musical Accompaniment/87 min.
04/19 - Old School New Light

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04/20 - Le Video Fundraiser
Picnic on the Grass (1959) 16mm/Color/Sound/91 min.
Etienne Alexis, a candidate for president of the new Europe, is a scientist promoting artificial insemination for social betterment and therapy to eliminate passion. His wealthy household (his family owns chemical corporations that will profit from his ideas) is stiff, intellectual, and sterile. To celebrate his engagement to a German cousin, he hosts an aseptic picnic, where mother nature asserts herself.

Director: Jean Renoir
Writer: Jean Renoir (scenario)

Stars: Paul Meurisse, Charles Blavette, André Brunot

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04/26 - Cartoon Carnival #4: Food Frolics (16mm/B&W/Color/Sound/70 min.)
"Food Frolics" is our fourth entry of cartoon curiosities from our archive, complete with vintage animated television commercials and more!

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04/27 - The Hunters (1962) 16mm/Color/Sound/72 min.
This film follows the hunting of a giraffe by four members of the Ju/'hoansi (a !Kung Bushmen tribe) over a 13-day period in the Kalahari desert. The film consists of footage shot in 1952-53 on a Smithsonian-Harvard Peabody expedition.

In 2003, this film was deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" by the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry.

Directors: Robert Gardner, John Marshall
Stars: John Marshall