Emory Cinematheque

UCLA Festival of Preservation Tour

My Best Girl

All screenings are FREE and UNTICKETED

This semester, Emory Cinematheque we will be showing a program of American films recently restored by UCLA’s Film and Television Archives. Among the many highlights of this series will be a program of Mary Pickford silent pictures that will be accompanied by Donald Sosin, the premiere American silent film pianistworking today.

Emory Cinematheque is a collaboration between Emory College and the Department of Film & Media Studies. All screenings are at 7:30 pm in either 205 or 208 White Hall and will be in 35mm or DCP or the best available format. Screenings will be introduced by Emory faculty members.

Special thanks to Dr. James Steffen and Mark Johnson of Emory’s Heilbrun Music and Media Library for film bookings; to Nicholas Surbey, Rachael Walters and Leslie Taylor of the CCA for promotional help; to White Hall staffers Bruce Dille and Steve Lamb, Cinevision projectionists Saundra Conner and Ben Ruder and to Gary Fessenden and Maureen Downs of the Department of Film and Media Studies for logistical support. Special thanks to Dr. Matthew H. Bernstein, head of the Department of Film and Media Studies for extensive assistance and oversight.

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