EPPING

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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March 9 Saturday at 2pm
The Flickers: a treasure chest of early cinema from 1918 - 1928
With live Christie Theatre Organ accompaniment (Graeme Costin),
 80 minutes.
Live music and the wonder, pathos and laughter. The program includes animated shorts and classic comedies from Harold Lloyd, Buster Keaton and Laurel and Hardy. A wonderful cocktail of early cinema treats. 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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April 6 Saturday at 2pm
The Flickers: a treasure chest of early cinema from 1916 - 1927
With live Christie Theatre Organ accompaniment (Graeme Costin),
70 minutes.
Live music and the wonder, pathos and laughter. The program showcases superb classic comedies from Charlie Chaplin in his 110th Anniversary Year, Harold Lloyd and Laurel and Hardy. A wonderful cocktail of early cinema treats. 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, for the audience.
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May 25 Saturday at 2pm
The Flickers: a treasure chest of early cinema from 1904 - 1925
With live Christie Theatre Organ accompaniment (Graeme Costin),
 80 minutes.
Live music and the wonder, pathos and laughter. The program showcases an Edison short from 1904 and superb classic comedies from Harold Lloyd, Buster Keaton and Stan Laurel. A wonderful cocktail of early cinema treats. 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, for the audience.
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