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Journeys from Light to Dark, Experimental Re-Scorings of Iconic Silent Films


In another cool & collaborative production between the Bath House Cultural Center and Friends of the Bath House, we are delighted to announce 3 unique multi-media experiences, Journeys from Light to Dark, Experimental Re-Scorings of Iconic Silent Films.

Continue celebrating Dia de los Muertes & the advent of autumn at the Bath House! Experience One or More Unique Evenings of “The Shadow Ensemble” featuring Ryan Cockerham, leader | Jeannine Wagar | Larry Rubin.

Live, newly composed soundtracks for three legendary silent films featuring vintage organs synthesizers and acoustic instruments, the music is a fascinating blend of new and old creating an immersive and hypnotizing sonic world. The soundtracks will be performed alongside screenings of the original films.

This mixed-media live entertainment will be performed at the Bath House Cultural Center

Thursday  |  Nov 3  |  7:30 PM   The Hands of Orlac

Friday  |  Nov 4  |  8:00 PM   The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari

Saturday  |  Nov 5  |  8:00 PM    Nosferatu 

Purchase tickets through our website here.

For more info see the Friends of Bath House website: http://friendsofthebathhouse.org/2016/10/26/journeys-from-light-to-dark-perfomances-start-november-4/



Submitted by Sharon O'Callaghan Shero. Email: sharon@sharonocallaghanshero.com

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Movie Night at DCP: A Single Frame Nov. 3


While on a trip to Dubrovnik in 2007, Jeff Bowden encounters a photograph of a refugee boy taken during the war in Kosovo. Driven by this haunting image, Bowden sets out to find the child. His journey takes him from Texas to Paris, and ultimately to the post-war culture of the Balkans, where he combines forces with an experienced war-time fixer.

Weaving together the stories of the war, the now-deceased photojournalist, Alexandra Boulat, and the search for the boy, A Single Frame is a testament to the power of photography and to the belief that every life matters.

Jeff Bowden will be at the screening and we will have a Q&A session afterwards.

In 2007, Bowden walked in to an upstairs alcove at War Photo Limited gallery in Dubrovnik, Croatia and gasped. War Photo was featuring the work of female photographers. Included among a collection of cover page cataclysms – cars blow to smithereens and buildings on fire was a portrait of an Albanian boy. “I coverd my mouth,” Bowden remembers. “I was afraid I might cry out.” A veteran war photographer described the boy’s expression as that of a middle aged man. Bowden’s daughter, Gracie, witnessed Bowden’s reaction. Three years later, she gave Bowden the photograph as a surprise gift. He framed it and hung it in his office. Three more years passed. “I never forgot about that boy,” Bowden said, “Eventually I decided I had to know what happened to him.” Ultimately, Bowden made six trips to Kosovo.

At the time of the search, Bowden managed a family real estate partnership. Prior to that he was a senior editor and columnist at D Magazine, the city magazine of Dallas. In 2005, Bowden produced and directed the feature documentary, Get Back to Dirt, which was broadcasted by Fox/Speed Channel. Bowden is currently at work on a documentary about his connection to a small town in Sicily, which was destroyed in an earthquake in 1938. He is married and has three grown children. He and his wife, Jennifer, live in Austin. Bowden is executive producer of A Single Frame.

This movie is proudly being sponsored by the Texas Photographic Society.

When: Thursday, November 3, 2016 at 7pm.

Where: Dallas Center for Photography

Cost: $8

More information and registration: http://dallascenterforphotography.com/classes-and-workshops/movie-night-at-the-spot/

Submitted by Courtney Coleman. Email: courtney@dallascenterforphotography.com

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