SILENT AND EARLY SOUND FILM COMEDY FESTIVAL
Manchester, Concord and Wilton
New Hampshire
FEATURE FILM SHEDULE
With Live Accompaniment by Jeff Rapsis

THURSDAY EVENING
University of New Hampshire - Manchester
400 Commercial Street, Manchester
We Present
plus selected shorts
Third Floor Auditorium, 7:00 PM

FRIDAY EVENING
Red River Theatres
11 S. Main Street Street, Concord
We Present
plus selected shorts
Jaclyn Simchik Memorial Cinema, 7:00 PM

SATURDAY AFTERNOON
Wilton Town Hall Theatre
Main Street Street, Wilton
We Present
SPECIAL DELIVERY
With Eddie Cantor and Jobyna Ralston
Directed by Rosco Arbuckle

plus selected shorts

Wilton Town Hall Theatre, 2:20 PM


THE LATEST NEWS AND EVENTS

NO REGISTRATION FEE
AGAIN FOR 2011

   New England's Largest Vintage Film Festival is almost completely free again this year! The only admission cost to you is the screening at the Red River Theatres on Friday evening. Donations, however, are always welcome and we ensourage your generosity in stuffing the tip jar. You will be on your own, of course, for accomdations and meals, but the films are being presented gratis in some of the finest halls and theaters in southern New Hampshire. So please, join us for three days of silent and early sound comedy films in Manchester, New Hampshire!


FEATURED SHORT SUBJECTS AND ARTISTS
AT THIS YEAR'S EVENT

WEEKDAY SCREENINGS
Thursday and Friday, 9:00 AM ~ 4:30 PM

   As always, the first two days of short subject programming will be hosted by the Carpenter Public Library in Manchester (405 Pine Street)). The Library's auditorium was built in 1913 and seats approximately 250 people. The seats are comfortable and the screen, which our 16mm projectors fill completely) is large. There is not a bad seat in the house.


A Projectionist's-eye view from the back of the hall

ACCOMPANIMENT

   As always, silent film accompaniment will be skillfully provided by New Hampshire's own Jeff Rapsis. Jeff is pictured below during a performance at the Wilton Town Hall Theatre. He will be on hand for all of the feature programs as well as many of the silent short subject presentations.



Bookmark this space for information about the next Mirthquake and other upcoming film screenings in and around southern New Hampshire. And if you'd like to help out, please send us a note and we'll be in touch with you. There's nothing like silent film shown on the big screen with live music and an audience!
See you at the next screenings!




www.hippopress.com

www.looserthanloose.com

www.manchester.lib.nh.us


www.unhm.unh.edu/

CATS IN THE CRADLE SOAPS

Makers of "Silent Soaps"
www.catsinthecradlesoap.com

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

We'd like to thank all our sponsors for this year's event: HippoPress, Looser Than Loose Vintage Entertainment, the Manchester Public Library, Back Lot Films, Lunch Box Films, Red River Theatres of Concord, the Wilton Town Hall Theatre and Cats in the Cradle Soap of Alton, N.H.