THE DAYS OF SILENT CINEMA: LE GIORNATE DEL CINEMA MUTO AT INDIANA UNIVERSITY - Sally, Irene and Mary (1925, Dir. Edmund Goulding)
Silent film with piano accompaniment. Sally, Irene, and Mary looks behind-the-scenes at the romantic lives of three chorus girls and the men who surround them. Sally is self-assured and looking for a sugar daddy. Irene (Joan Crawford, in one of her first credited roles) is a hopeless romantic easily deceived by con men. Whereas Mary, the heart of the story, seeks to leave show business behind to settle down.
*Silent films with English intertitles. Contains mature content, Not rated – 2K DCP – 58 min*
Location: IU Libraries Screening Room (Wells Library 048)
$8 single ticket or $40 festival pass
Tickets will be available soon.
This program is made possible thanks to the generous support of the Myerson Family Fund and the Offi ce of the Bicentennial. Special thanks to Ed Myerson, Kaili Peng, and Kelly Kish.
Curated by Jay Weissberg, Rachael Stoeltje, Laura Horak, Maggie Hennefeld, and Jon Vickers.
*The Screening Room temperature tends to run cool, so please remember to bring a jacket or sweater.
*No food or drink is permitted in the Screening Room.