Oct 18-31, 2022
Program Notes for Hysteria, Hypnosis, and Hallucination: Silent Cinema Shorts with Live Music Featuring Dreamland Faces
Still from Amour et Science
Introduction by Maggie Hennefeld
Program curated by Maggie Hennefeld.
*Included in Cinema's First Nasty Women (Kino Lorber, 2022)
Runtime: 75 min
Post-performance Q&A Panel Discussion
Stay after the performance as Maggie facilitates a discussion with:
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A still from Cunégonde the Coachwoman [Cunégonde, femme cochère]
Karen Majewicz and Andy McCormick of Dreamland Faces. Photo by Jayme Halbritter. Courtesy of the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
Generously funded by a Special Events Award from the University of Minnesota Imagine Fund, The Twin Cities Silent Film Project is dedicated to curating archival silent film screenings across the Twin Cities. It is estimated that over 80% of all silent films are now lost. Twin Cities Silent Film Project revives unseen treasures from the archive—with original, live music and multi-disciplinary conversations—to bring local arts, humanities, and cultural communities together over a shared love of silent cinema.
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