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Short Subjects! (1896 – 2014)

November 19, 2015 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Free

Cupertino Library/Blue Light Cinema Film Series

Treasures from the Public Domain!

Movies are always owned by somebody somewhere. But there are many films that slip through the legal cracks for everyone to see. Each of these motion pictures has a fascinating life story, and in this session of the Cupertino Library’s Film Series, filmmaker and scholar Mark Larson explores the complicated history of films in the Public Domain. From timeless classics to YouTube masterpieces, a rich world of film art is waiting to be discovered.

Admission is Free with Your RSVP

Please join us in this celebration of an important and fascinating aspect of film history. A lively audience discussion follows every film.

 

Short Subjects! (1896 – 2014) Directors: Various                            

NEW DATE! Thursday,  November 19, 2015    6:30-9pm

A wild and diverse series of films – many projected from real 16 mm and Super 8 mm film stock! – highlighting the extraordinary diversity of neglected films. From thrilling cowboy chases to the life of the hummingbird, from anonymous home movies to gripping newsreel footage (with a stop along the way to YouTube avant-garde films) we will celebrate the vitality and importance of the ephemeral moving picture image.

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Organizer

Cupertino Library Foundation
Email:
info@cupertinolibraryfoundation.org
Website:
http://cupertinolibraryfoundation.org

Venue

Bluelight Cinemas
21275 Stevens Creek Blvd.
Cupertino, CA 95014 United States
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Phone:
(408) 255-2552
Website:
www.CupertinoLibraryFoundation.org