Still from a film
STG Presents

Silent Movie Mondays: Shorts (1906 - 1917)

First Women Filmmakers Series
Music by Donna Parker on the Mighty Wurlitzer organ
March 15, 2021 | The Paramount Theatre

Event Notes

Monday, March 15, 2021
Doors at 6:00 pm
Show at 7:00 pm

General Admission Seating
All Ages / Bar with I.D.

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STG Presents Silent Movie Mondays: Shorts (1906 - 1917) at The Paramount Theatre on March 15, 2021 as a part of our 2020/2021 Performing Arts Season.

Shorts (1906 - 1917) in comedy, drama, and adventure are all directed by female filmmakers during the time of Early Cinema. French director Alice Guy-Blaché is considered the first woman to direct a feature film. Other trailblazing directors include Grace Cunard, Mabel Normand, and Marion E. Wong. Several of these notable films were placed on the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress. Music by Donna Parker on the Mighty Wurlitzer organ.

A CineClub discussion follows the films in The Paramount Lobby Bar.

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Venue

The Paramount Theatre

911 Pine Street
Seattle, WA 98101

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