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Chicago, Illinois 60616
(312) 243-1808
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CHICAGO FILM ARCHIVES NIGHT 12

Saturday, November 17, 2012 ,  5PM-8PM

Home of Michael Ruehle and Janice Tenant
343 Ashland Avenue
River Forest, IL

Admissions: $100 (individual), $150 (couple)

On November 17, 2012, CFA presents a sneak preview of its earliest film – The Pictorial Story of Hiawatha – accompanied by live music created and performed by LeRoy Bach and his band.

Join our family of supporters to witness a 1903 pageant depicting Longfellow’s poem Song of Hiawatha performed by the Garden River First Nation more than a century ago.  You will have the opportunity to view other select films from the archive including three newly commissioned films by local video and audio artists, and listen to live gypsy jazz performed by Bach and his band.

Kick off the holidays with films, music, good food and good spirits!

Film and Musical Presentation: 6:30PM
Films Presented by: Chicago Film Archives
Music by: LeRoy Bach and his band

To make your reservation, please purchase below:

Number of attendees:
Names for will-call at door:

or send a check or money order to:

Chicago Film Archives
329 West 18th Street, Suite 317
Chicago, IL  60616

For more information call (312) 243-1808, or email info@chicagofilmarchives.org

CFA is a 501©(3) organization.  Your contribution is deductible to the extent of the law.

 

 

Location:
Home of Michael Ruehle and Janice Tenant
343 Ashland Avenue
River Forest, IL

Hours:5PM-8PM
Admissions:$100 (individual), $150 (couple)