October is Silent Movie Month in Ithaca and 2019 marks its 8th year!

Silent Movie Month in Ithaca
Join us all month-long, as Wharton Studio Museum, in collaboration with Cinemapolis, The Cherry Arts, Cornell Cinema, Historic Ithaca and other wonderful entities, celebrates silent film and Ithaca’s role in early movie making history. Here’s this year’s  Calendar of Events for Silent Movie Month:

October 5  2pm
Historic Stewart Park Tour presented by Historic Ithaca and led by Friends of Stewart Park and Wharton Studio Museum
Tickets at events.r20.constantcontact.com

October 11-13  One weekend only — back by popular demand!
The Missing Chapter, the award-winning headphone walking-play produced by The Cherry and Wharton Studio Museum comes back to Stewart Park.
Tickets and details at thecherry.org

October 11 6:30pm
Cinema in the Cemetery
A family-friendly screening of Nightmare Before Christmas
In the Ithaca City Cemetery
$5. suggested donation
More info at historicithaca.org

October 11   8 -10pm
Speakeasy event to benefit Tompkins County Public Library (TCPL)
At TCPL in downtown Ithaca
Featuring a screening of popular serials from the Wharton Studio era.
Wharton Studio Museum is proud to be a Producing Partner of this event.
Tickets and details at tcplfoundation.org/shhh

October 23   7pm
Screening of Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy Blaché 
A critically-acclaimed documentary about the pioneering late 19th/early 20th century film director and producer Alice Guy Blaché.
A talkback via Skype with the film’s director Pamela Green will take place after the film.
At Cinemapolis in downtown Ithaca
Presented by Wharton Studio Museum in collaboration with Cinemapolis. Tickets and details at cinemapolis.org

October 29  7:30pm
Silent film classic The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923) with live music by Dennis James
Presented by Cornell Cinema and Cornell University Music.  Co-Sponsored by Wharton Studio Museum
At Sage Hall on Cornell’s campus
Tickets and details at events.cornell.edu

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