Just noticed this on the SPL Facebook page! (Of course, Film Forum members always get into the Silent Movie Mondays for a $2 discount, as the series is co-presented by NWFF and was programmed by our own Adam Sekuler.)
Free admission to Trader Joe’s Silent Movie Monday for Seattle Public Library cardholders Oct. 4
Trader Joe’s Silent Movie Mondays and The Seattle Public Library will offer free admission to the film screening of “A Cottage on Dartmoor” at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 4 at the Paramount Theatre, 911 Pine Street, to the first 200 people who show a Library card from The Seattle Public Library.
Show your Seattle Public Library card at the Press/VIP will call table beginning at 6 p.m. the night of the screening for your complimentary ticket. One ticket allowed per card. Parking is available at several nearby pay lots. Free street parking is available after 6 p.m.
“A Cottage on Dartmoor” (1929) tells the flashback story of an inmate’s escape from prison. A jealous barber’s assistant threatens a customer of his manicurist girlfriend and lands in jail for attempted murder.
Trader Joe’s Silent Movie Mondays features classic silent films, and is presented by the Seattle Theatre Group and the Northwest Film Forum. October’s theme is “Silent Crime Spree.” Films will feature live accompaniment on the historic Mighty Wurlitzer Organ by organist Jim Riggs.
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