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Reclaim the movies and the audience! The not for profit and registered charity presents restored silent and sound film classics. A number of the sessions are accompanied with live music. Since 2007 it has continued to promote the artistic, cultural and historic value of cinema.

STATE LIBRARY NSW

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March 3 Sunday at 1pm. The Black Pirate (1926) restored early two-toned silent drama from superstar Doug Fairbanks. With soundtrack, 88 minutes.
Superstar Doug wanted to make the ultimate pirate movie fully laden with the deeds of a swashbuckling hero. He succeeded and the astonishing acrobatics remain dazzling today.

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March 10 Sunday at 1pm. A Tale of Two Cities (1935) restored classic with soundtrack, 128 minutes.
A magnificent version of Dickens’ great novel with Ronald Colman as the anti-hero whose sacrifice is at the heart of the epic set amidst the French Revolution. Australian born Billy Bevan plays a key role in the cast.

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Click here for more State Library NSW shows!
-  April 7:  Blackmail (1929)
-  April 21:  Richard III (1955)
-  May 5:  Spite Marriage (1929)
-  May 19:  Foreign Correspondent (1940)
-  June 2:  Flesh and the Devil (1926)
-  June 16: The Ladykillers (1955)

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ROSEVILLE
Roseville Uniting Church, 7 Lord Street, ROSEVILLE NSW 2069
Short walk from Roseville Station (eastern side).

March 16 Saturday at 2pm. Clash of the Wolves (1925) restored silent classic starring the superstar of the silent and sound eras, radio and television, Rin Tin Tin.  Lobo (Rinty) is man’s best friend an the hero in this enthralling struggle with villains. With live music (Graeme Costin), 80 minutes.

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EPPING
Epping Baptist Church, 1-5 Ray Road, EPPING NSW 2121
Short walk from Epping Station (western side) - near Coles Supermarket.

February 24 Saturday at 2pm. The Flickers: a treasure chest of early cinema from 1916 - 1926, with live Christie Theatre Organ accompaniment (Graeme Costin). 80 minutes.
Live music and the wonder, pathos and laughter. One of Charlie Chaplin’s best comic shorts from 1916 in tribute to his 110th Anniversary; and two classic shorts from clown titans, Harold Lloyd and Charley Chase. These filmmakers understood the importance of the audience as the final creative contributor to the process of making a film. Their goal: entertainment, spectacle, enchantment and laughter.

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Click here for more Epping shows!
-  March 9: The Flickers: a treasure chest of early cinema from 1918 - 1928
-  April 6: The Flickers: a treasure chest of early cinema from 1916 - 1927
-  May 25: The Flickers: a treasure chest of early cinema from 1904 - 1925

RICHMOND
Details soon for upcoming shows.

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Restoring the audience with classic silent and sound films!

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Quality cinema presentations since September 1896. In that month Marius Sestier gave private demonstrations of the Lumiere cinematographe at the Lyceum Theatre and presented the first exhibition of the cinematographe to the public at 237 Pitt Street, Sydney, the Salon Lumiere.

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In the menu at the top of the page is Australia and the Silver Screen, an Australian treasure trove of items including a tribute to Felix the Cat and fascinating websites from Mark St Leon, Rod Blackmore OAM, Kev Franzi and Nick Murphy.

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Please stay in touch.
 E: info@ozsilentfilmfestival.com.au
 T: 0419 267 318 

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