THE AMERICAN CINEMATHEQUE'S ANNUAL "FILM NOIR" FESTIVAL ( Hollywood, CA )
[APRIL] ( http://www.americancinemathequecalendar.com/content/noir-city-hollywood-13th-annual-festival-of-film-noir )
This annual festival of classic "Film Noir" movies is held in April. Screenings are held at the historic Grauman's Egyptian Theatre. This event, and many other classic movie events held at the Egyptian Theatre, can be found at the website listed above.
THE ARTHUR LYONS FILM NOIR FESTIVAL ( Palm Springs, CA )
[MAY] ( http://arthurlyonsfilmnoir.ning.com )
Held over four days in May at the Camelot Theatres, this annual event pays tribute to Film Noir with screenings of both landmark and obscure films. Movie stars from the period appear after the screenings to discuss the films, sign autographs and do book signings.
THE BILLY WILDER THEATER ( Westwood, CA )
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( http://www.cinema.ucla.edu/screenings/theater.html )
Located at UCLA's Hammer Museum, this state–of–the–art theater is the home for the UCLA Film & Television Archive's exhibitions and public programs. Screenings of preserved films are complemented by talks, multimedia lectures, panel discussions and other forums dedicated to the art, culture and history of the moving image.
THE BRONCHO BILLY SILENT FILM FESTIVAL ( Freemont, CA )
[JUNE] ( http://www.nilesfilmmuseum.org/2012-bbsff.htm )
Held at the Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum, this three–day event features tours, lectures, and screenings of silent–era films in the Edison Theatre. (Also, see our listing for 'The Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum' below.)
CINECON CLASSIC FILM FESTIVAL & MEMORABILIA SHOW ( Hollywood, CA )
[SEPTEMBER] ( http://www.cinecon.org/ )
This is said to be the oldest and the grandest of the movie related fan festivals. Sponsored by The Society for Cinephiles, this annual classic film festival has been held for over 40 years. Spread over five days in September during the Labor Day Weekend, the festival includes the presentation of classic films at the Lloyd E. Rigler Theater in the restored Grauman's Egyptian Theatre, sales of movie memorabilia, and a poster auction.
FILM NOIR & NEO NOIR IN THEATERS
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( http://www.filmnoirfoundation.org/news.html )
A calendar of Film Noir screenings in California and elsewhere, maintained by the Film Noir Foundation.
THE HOLLYWOOD HERITAGE MUSEUM ( Hollywood, CA )
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( http://www.hollywoodheritage.org/index.html )
The Hollywood Heritage Museum is housed in the historic Lasky-DeMille Barn in Hollywood, CA. The museum features archival photographs from the silent movie days of motion picture production, movie props, historic documents and other movie related memorabilia. Film screenings hosted by the Silent Film Society, with musical accompaniment by Michael Mortilla, and special programs are held throughout the year. (See also our listing for 'Silents Under the Stars' below.)
LAST REMAINING SEATS ( Los Angeles, CA )
[MAY/JUNE] ( http://www.laconservancy.org/remaining/index.php4 )
Sponsored by the nonprofit Los Angeles Conservancy since 1987, this series of classic films and live action shows is used to draw attention to the historic movie palaces of downtown Los Angeles.
THE LONE PINE FILM FESTIVAL ( Lone Pine, CA )
[OCTOBER] ( http://www.lonepinefilmfestival.org )
Held in October, in conjunction with The Beverly & Jim Rogers Museum of Lone Pine Film History, this festival celebrates the rich film history of Lone Pine and Inyo County. Along with the screening of vintage movies filmed in and around Lone Pine, the festival features guest stars, tours, and musical entertainment.
THE LOS ANGELES THEATRE ORGAN SOCIETY (LATOS) (Los Angeles)
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( http://www.latos.org/ )
Screenings of vintage movies with organ accompaniment are held throughout the year in various locations around Los Angeles. For more information call: (888) 528–6722.
THE NILES ESSANAY SILENT FILM MUSEUM ( Fremont, CA )
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( http://www.nilesfilmmuseum.org/ )
This museum screens silent movies on weekends and holds other film events during the year. The museum is located in the old Edison Theater in Niles, a district of Fremont that was home to the Essanay Film Manufacturing Company during the silent–film era.
THE NOIR CITY FILM FESTIVAL ( San Francisco, CA )
[JANUARY] ( http://www.noircity.com/noircity.html )
Under the auspices of the non–profit Film Noir Foundation, this annual event takes place at the Castro Theater every January. Launched in 2003, classic Films Noir are shown in double bills over 10 days, accompanied by special guests, music, and literary tie-ins. All proceeds from this film festival go to finding and restoring films in danger of being lost or permanently damaged. Ticket reservations are encouraged.
THE OLD TOWN MUSIC HALL ( El Segundo, CA )
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( http://www.oldtownmusichall.org )
Both silent and early sound films are regularly shown on weekends throughout the year in the 188 seat El Segundo State Theater, an authentic 1920s movie house. Musical accompaniment is provided using The Mighty Wurlitzer organ when silent movies are shown.
REDDING'S ANNUAL SILENT FILM FESTIVAL ( Redding, CA )
[OCTOBER] ( http://www.shastaartscouncil.org/what-we-do/reddings-annual-silent-film-festival/ )
Sponsored by the Shasta Arts Council, this 2–day festival is held at the end of October in the 100–year–old Old City Hall Arts Center. With the help of the world–renowned film preservationist, David Shepard, this event presents feature–length movies and documentaries from the silent–film era, with musical accompaniment by Dr. Frederick Hodges. Phone: (530) 241–7320.
THE SAN FRANCISCO SILENT FILM FESTIVAL ( San Francisco, CA )
[JULY] ( www.silentfilm.org/ )
This annual event, held for 3 days in July, presents preserved and restored silent films accompanied by live music at the Castro Theatre, a silent era movie palace. Between films there are educational slideshows, author appearances and an impressive array of books and information on silent film in the lobby.
THE SILENT MOVIE THEATRE ( Los Angeles, CA )
[THOUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( http://www.cinefamily.org/ )
The Silent Movie Theatre is an art deco movie house that was originally built in 1942. It has been fully restored and now screens silent films throughout the year selected and sponsored by "The Cinefamily", an organization of movie lovers. Upstairs from the theatre is a full–service coffee bar and a photo gallery featuring vintage photos of silent movie stars.
SILENTS UNDER THE STARS ( Agoura, CA )
[JULY–AUGUST] ( http://www.hollywoodheritage.org/index.html )
The Silent Film Society of Hollywood Heritage, in association with the National Parks Service, screens vintage silent movies at the Paramount Movie Ranch occasionally during the summer. All films feature live musical accompaniment in an outdoor setting. Check their website for the specific nights on which films will be shown. (Also, see our listing for 'The Hollywood Heritage Museum' above.)
THE STANFORD THEATRE ( Palo Alto, CA )
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( www.stanfordtheatre.org )
This historic movie theater, which first opened in 1925, shows vintage Hollywood films throughout the year. For more information visit their website, or call: (650) 324-3700.
THE TCM CLASSIC FILM FESTIVAL ( Hollywood, CA )
[APRIL] ( http://www.tcm.com/festival/#/festival/welcomeLetter )
Organized by Turner Classic Movies, this 4–day festival includes dozens of screenings of vintage movies, world premiere restorations, and tributes to classic stars and filmmakers. Held at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre, the Egyptian Theatre, and the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, all screenings include special introductions and guest appearances to provide context for each film.
THE CHAUTAUQUA CLASSIC FILM SERIES ( Boulder, CO)
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( http://www.chautauqua.com/silent_film_series.php )
Hosted by the Colorado Chautauqua Association in the Chautauqua Park Historic District's Chautauqua Auditorium, a venue that has been showing films since 1900, classic sound and silent films are shown throughout the year. Silent movies often feature live musical accompaniment.
GREENWICH CLASSIC FILM SERIES ( Greenwich, CT )
[SPRING/FALL] ( http://www.greenwichclassicfilmseries.com )
This film and lecture program is held at the Bow Tie Movie Theatre in Greenwich, CT. Twelve films a year (6 in the spring and 6 in the fall) from the 1930's to the 1970's are featured. For more information visit their website, or call: (914) 725-0999.
THE LAUREL AND HARDY MUSEUM ( Harlem, GA )
( http://www.laurelandhardymuseum.org/ )
This museum celebrates the life and career of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, the legendary Hollywood comedy team. Located on Main Street in the town where Hardy was born, the museum's collection contains memorabilia, photos, correspondence, toys, books, period collectibles, artifacts from Laurel & Hardy's movies, statues, buttons, and more. The museum also sponsors the annual Oliver Hardy Festival.
THE MARGARET MITCHELL HOUSE & MUSEUM ( Atlanta, GA )
( http://www.gwtw.org/tour.html )
Opened in 1999, and revamped in 2006, this museum features the actual apartment where Margaret Mitchell wrote her novel "Gone With the Wind". Exhibits illuminate the making of the film through original objects, correspondence, and artifacts such as the legendary doorway to Tara and "storyboards" for the screenplay of "Gone With the Wind" from the Selznick Studio's art department. The museum shop offers a wide variety of souvenirs and collectible items.
THE OLIVER HARDY FESTIVAL ( Harlem, GA )
[OCTOBER] ( http://www.harlemga.org/ohfest.htm )
This annual festival is put on by The Laurel & Hardy Museum the first Saturday in October. The festival features parades, live entertainment, a Laurel & Hardy look–alike contest, movies, skits, and the participation of the Laurel & Hardy International Appreciation Society. Harlem, GA, the birthplace of Oliver Hardy, is located just west of Augusta, GA.
THE SILENT FILM SOCIETY OF CHICAGO ( Chicago, IL )
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( www.silentfilmchicago.com )
The Silent Film Society of Chicago is dedicated to preserving our silent film heritage by sponsoring silent movie screenings and educational programs throughout the year. The Society's events take place at the renovated Portage Theater in Chicago, the Arcada Theatre in St. Charles, IL., and the Pickwick Theater in Park Ridge, IL. A "Silent Summer Film Festival" is held during July and August at the Portage Theater.
SLAPSTICON ( Bloomington, IN )
[JUNE] ( http://www.slapsticon.org/ )
Now held at the IU Cinema at Indiana University, this four–day festival features screenings of rarely seen comedies from the silent and early sound eras. Guest musicians provide musical accompaniment for the films.
THE ANNUAL BUSTER KEATON CELEBRATION ( Iola, KS )
[SEPTEMBER] ( http://www.busterkeatoncelebration.org/ )
Funded in part by the Kansas Humanities Council, this free event is held each year in September. Featuring live musical accompaniment by the Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra, this two day event presents a number of films from the era of Buster Keaton and silent–film comedy. There are also related lectures and other activities, all of which are free to the public.
KANSAS SILENT FILM FESTIVAL ( Topeka, KS )
[FEBRUARY] ( http://www.kssilentfilmfest.org )
This annual 2-day event is held in February on the campus of Washburn University. Musical accompaniment for the silent films is supplied by various musicians and the Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra, while guest speakers provide introductions and historical background. This festival is free to all.
THE ROSEMARY CLOONEY HOUSE ( Augusta, KY )
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( http://www.rosemaryclooney.org/ )
Located on the banks of the Ohio River, the Rosemary Clooney House was established to preserve and open to the public Rosemary Clooney's former home, and to present memorabilia from her life and show business career. Among other items in the museum is the world's largest collection of memorabilia from the 1954 movie "White Christmas", and an exhibit dedicated to Rosemary's nephew, the actor George Clooney.
THE AFI SILVER THEATRE AND CULTURAL CENTER ( Silver Spring, MD )
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( http://www.afi.com/silver/new/default.aspx )
The American Film Institute's AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center regularly presents many classic films throughout the year on the three screens of its state-of-the-art moving image exhibition, education and cultural center.
THE MID–ATLANTIC NOSTALGIA CONVENTION ( Hunt Valley, MD )
[SEPTEMBER] ( http://www.midatlanticnostalgiaconvention.com/ )
This non–profit festival offers a weekend of TV shows, vintage movies, and memorabilia from the early 1970s and before. Events include screenings, lectures, an auction, and appearances by popular movie and TV stars. Proceeds from this event benefit the St. Jude's Children's Hospital.
THE DAMFINO CONVENTION ( Muskegon, MI )
[OCTOBER] ( http://www.busterkeaton.com/ )
The annual convention of The Damfinos (The International Buster Keaton Society) features the screening of vintage Buster Keaton films and presentations by Keaton scholars. Related merchandise and memorabilia is offered for sale, and a tour of "The Bluffton Actor's Colony" founded by Buster Keaton's father is available. The Damfinos was founded in 1992 and is dedicated to fostering & perpetuating appreciation & understanding of the life, career, and films of Buster Keaton.
THE LANDMARK LOEW'S JERSEY THEATRE ( Jersey City, NJ )
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( http://www.loewsjersey.org )
Built in 1929 as a grand movie palace, this restored theater is now a not–for–profit arts center where concerts, plays, movies, and other cultural events are presented. Vintage movies from Hollywood's 'Golden Age' are shown on a regular basis.
THE GUILD CINEMA ( Albuquerque, NM )
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( http://www.guildcinema.com )
Hosted by the Albuquerque Film Club (AFC), The Guild Cinema shows vintage films one weekend a month. The films range from silent classics and movies from Hollywood's 'Golden Age', to more recent independent and foreign productions. Following each screening the audience is invited to join an informal discussion about movies at a local café.
THE BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC (BAM) ( Brooklyn, NY)
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( http://www.bam.org/programs/2013/bamcinematek )
The BAMcinématek @ BAM Rose Cinemas presents classic films, retrospectives, festivals, premieres, and rare screenings, with guest appearances by directors, actors, and screenwriters.
CAPITOLFEST ( Rome, NY )
[AUGUST] ( http://www.romecapitol.com/capitolfest.html )
Presented by the Rome Grand Theatre Organ Society, this 3–day film festival is held annually during a long weekend in August. The festival features restored 35mm prints of silent and early sound films that are shown in the historic Capitol Theatre using variable–speed carbon arc projectors. The silent films are accompanied on an original 1928 Moller theatre pipe organ.
CINEFEST ( Syracuse, NY )
[MARCH] ( http://www.syracusecinefest.com/ )
Presented by the Syracuse Cinephile Society, this 4-day event presents screenings of films made during the first half of the 20th Century. Dealers are available from whom attendees can purchase classic film memorabilia. The Syracuse Cinephile Society also presents a 'Monday Night Series' of vintage films during the year at the Spaghetti Warehouse Restaurant. Go to their website above for details.
FILM FORUM ( New York, NY )
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( http://www.filmforum.org/ )
New York's leading movie house for independent premieres also presents foreign & American classic films, genre works, festivals, and director's retrospectives throughout the year.
THE FILM SOCIETY OF LINCOLN CENTER ( New York, NY )
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( http://www.filmlinc.com/films/all-series )
Film programs featuring restored vintage films from the silent–film era through Hollywood's Golden Age are screened throughout the year at the Walter Reade Theater.
GEORGE EASTMAN HOUSE INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY & FILM
( Rochester, NY )
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( http://dryden.eastmanhouse.org/ )
The motion picture department offers regular screenings of contemporary and classic films throughout the year in the Dryden Theatre, Wednesday through Saturday evenings at 8 PM.
THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART (MoMA) ( New York, NY )
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( http://www.moma.org/explore/collection/film )
MoMA shows a number of vintage films during the year, including those from the silent–film era and Hollywood's "Golden Age". During the first half of June each year, for their program To Save and Project, a key member of the international film archive community is invited to participate in Conservator's Choice by highlighting preservation work from his or her home institution.
MUSEUM OF THE MOVING IMAGE ( Astoria, NY )
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR]
( http://www.movingimage.us/films/ )
Located across the East River from midtown Manhattan, this museum is dedicated to advancing public understanding & appreciation of the art, history, technique & technology of film, television, and digital media. As part of their mission they screen significant vintage films and other moving–image works on weekends throughout the year, and offer educational & interpretive programs to students, teachers, and the general public.
ORPHAN FILM SYMPOSIUM ( Astoria, NY )
[SPRING – EVERY OTHER YEAR] ( http://www.nyu.edu/orphanfilm/ )
Hosted by New York University's Tisch School of the Arts Department of Cinema Studies every other year in March or April, this biennial symposium brings together an eclectic mix of moving image archivists, cinema scholars, preservation experts, curators, and filmmakers who work with orphan film material (a motion picture that has been abandoned by its owner or caretaker). Restored versions of non–commercial films from the earliest days of the motion picture through the 1940s are shown as part of the program. The next symposium will take place April 11–14, 2012, at The Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, NY.
THE SILENT CLOWNS FILM SERIES ( New York, NY )
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( http://www.silentclowns.com/nowshowing.html )
New York 's longest-running, regularly-scheduled showcase for classic silent film comedy, the Silent Clowns Film Series holds its shows throughout the year at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts (at Lincoln Center). Live piano accompaniment is provided by Ben Model. For more information call: (212) 712–7237
THE AVA GARDNER MUSEUM ( Smithfield, NC )
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( http://www.avagardner.org )
This museum was established in Ava Gardner's hometown to permanently display an extensive collection of artifacts from her movie career and personal life. The annual "Ava Gardner Festival", which features films starring Ava Gardner along with independent films from the surrounding area, is usually held in October. Arrangements are made at the museum, periodically, for special exhibits of related items from other collections.
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WESTERN FILM FAIR ( Winston Salem, NC )
[JULY] ( http://www.westernfilmfair.com )
Sponsored by The Western Film Preservation Society, Inc., this annual 4-day event is held in July. In addition to screening 16mm prints of vintage western films, western film memorabilia is available from dealers.
THE CAPA SUMMER MOVIE SERIES ( Columbus, OH )
[JULY & AUGUST] ( http://www.capa.com/columbus/events/ )
Presented during July and August by the Columbus Association for the Performing Arts (CAPA), this film series features movies released from the silent–film era through the 1970s. Silent films are accompanied by live music on the Mighty Morton Theatre Organ. Films are screened in the Ohio Theatre, a restored 1928 movie house, that has been declared The Official Theatre for the State of Ohio.
CINESATION (Massillon, OH)
[SEPTEMBER] ( http://www.cinephiles.org/)
Sponsored by The Great Lakes Cinephile Society, Inc., in Frankenmuth, Michigan, this annual event is held over a long weekend at the end of September. Along with screenings of restored feature films, documentaries, and short subjects from both the silent–film era and Hollywood's "Golden Age", the society also sells videos of silent movies to fund film restoration. The 2006 event will be held in the Lions Lincoln Theater located in Massillon.
CINEVENT ( Columbus, OH )
[MAY] ( http://www.cinevent.com/ )
This is the Midwest 's largest and oldest classic film festival. Held during 4 days at the end of May, this is an annual gathering of fans of silent and early sound films, and of collectors of motion pictures and related items. There are screenings of many films made before 1950, and a great deal of classic film memorabilia is available for purchase.
THE CLARK GABLE MUSEUM ( Cadiz, OH )
( http://www.clarkgablefoundation.com/ )
Located in the meticulously reconstructed home in which "The King of Hollywood" was born, this museum pays tribute to Clark Gable's humble beginnings. Althought the original building was torn down in the 1960s, researchers found and used the original architectural drawings for the building's reconstruction. The second floor apartment where Gable was born is furnished with period items including some of his belongings.
THE ROY ROGERS FESTIVAL (Portsmouth, OH )
[JULY] ( http://www.royrogersfestival.org/ )
Sponsored by the" Roy Rogers – Dale Evans Collectors Association", this annual festival is held the first weekend in June. Screening western films starring Roy, Dale, and other cowboy stars from Hollywood's "Golden Age", this festival also features live entertainment and vendors selling western memorabilia.
THE GENE AUTRY OKLAHOMA MUSEUM ( Gene Autry, OK )
This museum is dedicated to the legacy of the singing cowboys of the "B" Western Films made during the 1930s, '40s, and '50s. The Film & Music Festival that was held every September ended with the 2009 event.
THE ELSINORE THEATRE'S WEDNESDAY EVENING FILM SERIES ( Salem, OR )
[FALL, WINTER, SPRING] ( http://www.elsinoretheatre.com/ )
Originally built in 1926, the beautifully restored Elsinore Theatre presents a "Wednesday Evening Film Series" in partnership with the Chemeketa Community College. This seasonal event features silent–era movies accompanied by Rick Parks on the theatre's "Mighty Wurlitzer Organ", and sound movies from Hollywood's "Golden Age".
THE BETZWOOD FILM FESTIVAL ( Blue Bell, PA )
[MAY] ( http://mc3betzwood.wordpress.com/betzwood-film-festival/ )
Held at the Montgomery County Community College, this festival features silent films made near Philadelphia at the Betzwood Studios from 1912 to 1923. Organ accompaniment is provided by Don Kinnier.
THE JIMMY STEWART MUSEUM ( Indiana, PA )
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR] ( http://www.jimmy.org/ )
Located in Jimmy Stewart's hometown, this museum screens movies starring Jimmy Stewart every Saturday & Sunday in a 1930s–style movie theatre that features a state–of–the–art sound and projection system. Located on the 3rd floor of the Indiana Free Library building, the museum highlights Stewart's life and accomplishments in and out of show business through displays of posters, photos, awards, memorabilia, film clips and more.
MONSTER BASH ( Butler, PA )
[JULY] ( http://www.monsterbashnews.com/bash.html )
This "Classic Monster Movie Conference & Film Festival" celebrates horror and science fiction films from the silent–era through the 1960s. Held near Pittsburgh, this annual three–day gathering features films, retro TV shows from the 1950s – 1970s, talks by guest stars and filmmakers, and memorabilia vendors.
THE MEMPHIS FILM FESTIVAL ( Memphis, TN )
[JUNE] ( http://www.memphisfilmfestival.com/index.htm )
This annual vintage film and TV festival is held for three days in June. Continuous screenings of over 100 vintage feature films, and some vintage serials, are included in the daily events. Dealers are also available for those wishing to purchase vintage film and TV memorabilia.
THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS PACKARD CAMPUS FOR AUDIO–VISUAL CONSERVATION ( Culpeper, VA )
(formerly: NAVCC – The National Audio–Visual Conservation Center)
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR]
( http://www.loc.gov/avconservation/mtponytheater/schedule.html )
Located on 45 acres of land 70 miles southwest of Washington, DC, The Library of Congress Parckard Campus for Audio–Visual Conservation is the new home of the National Audio–Visual Conservation Center. The main building features a 200 seat art deco theater capable of showing everything from nitrate to modern digital
films preserved on a wide range of film and video formats. The Packard Campus theater (the Mount Pony Theater) offers special presentations of vintage film and television programs for the general public on a regular basis. All shows are free. Call (540) 827–1079, ext. 79994, or (202) 707–9994 for reservations no earlier than one week prior to the screening you wish to attend. Click on our link above for their schedule.
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THE WILLIAMSBURG FILM FESTIVAL ( Williamsburg, VA )
[MARCH] ( http://wff5.tripod.com/id24.html )
"Honoring the Golden Age of Hollywood ", this annual event is held in March. Presented by the Williamsburg Classic Film Guild, Inc., vintage movies are screened using 16mm prints. Movie and TV stars are available for autograph and photo sessions, and movie memorabilia is available from dealers.
NOIR CITY – THE SEATTLE FILM NOIR FESTIVAL ( Seattle, WA )
[FEBRUARY] ( http://www.siff.net/cinema/seriesDetail.aspx?FID=326 )
Sponsored by California's Film Noir Foundation, the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) group's program now includes seven days of classic Films Noir during February. Eddie Muller, the legendary "Czar of Noir", provides an introduction for some of the movies.
DUCK SOUP CINEMA ( Madison, WI )
[THROUGHOUT THE YEAR]
( http://www.overturecenter.com/community/duck-soup-cinema )
This silent film series, presented by the Overture Center For The Arts, takes place on various Saturdays throughout the year. A classic silent movie, accompanied by live music, is preceded by vaudeville style entertainment on the stage of the newly remodeled Capitol Theater.