Thursday, August 25, 2011

Victorian Era Films on Saturday, September 3, 2011

WHO: You and any other film lover you know
WHEN: Saturday, September 3, 2011- 12pm
WHAT: See the following excerpt
WHY: How often do you get to see film footage of the Victorian and post-Victorian era? Doubtful it's often.
COST: HVSA members FREE; all others $10

If you have a passion for the history of films, or are a motion picture enthusiast, then you are undoubtedly aware of local treasure, Eric Grayson. Whether you are or aren't, you will not want to miss this extremely rare opportunity to experience his presentation of some of the earliest known existing examples of film history he'll be presenting for the Hoosier Chapter, Victorian Society in America on September 3, 2011 at 12pm at the Indiana Historical Society. The program will showcase a number of films from 1893-1912, illustrating various developments in cinema and accompanied by fascinating and little known background of the evolution of motion pictures. Cost is $10 and reservations are encouraged. Reservations may be secured by emailing or by calling 636-5409. Space is limited.
Our sincerest thanks to Indiana Historical Society for their generosity!

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