The 23rd Annual Kansas Silent Film Festival
Join us for a ride from Emporia to the first day of the Kansas Silent Film Festival held at Washburn University in Topeka. The theme this year is “Lost Films Recovered or Restored”. There’s nothing like seeing a silent film the way it was intended with live music custom made for the film. We will depart at 5:00 p.m. so we have time to eat at The Burger Stand before the films start. The film festival begins at 7:00 and ends at 10:00. Ticket includes transportation. Food and drink not included. Must be booked in advance – space is limited! Admission to the festival is free. Here is what films will be shown:
Frankenstein (1910)-Edison Company-Music by Marvin Faulwell & Bob Keckeisen
Metropolis (1925)-Directed by Friz Lang-Music by The Allow Orchestra, with intermission
Departs : 5:00 pm In front of the Granada Theatre in Emporia, KS
Returns: 11:00 pm
$10 per person
This trip is SOLD OUT.