This coming Saturday and Sunday, Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens, will present rare films produced in New York in 1912. Film historian Richard Koszarski has curated four screenings for the event featuring prominent filmmakers and films made exactly one hundred years ago, and films will be presented with live accompaniment by Donald Sosin. We believe this event would be of great interest to your readers in general, so we hope that you will consider sharing the news with your community (see below for full details). If you would also be so kind as to share this with your social media followers, such as on Twitter, please be sure to include our Twitter handle @MovingImageNYC and/or include the link to the program http://www.movingimage.us/films/2012/11/10/detail/making-movies-in-new-york-1912/ (or shortened, https://bitly.com/Rd8dh9+)
Films by Alice Guy that will screen on Sunday night include A Fool and his Money, Algie the Miner, Canned Harmony, Falling Leaves, The Detective's Dog, The Girl in the Armchair, and The Making of An American Citizen. Live music by pianist Donald Sosin.
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