"Headless Horseman" at Hudson River Museum - Sun 9/13
It was a glorious day outside, and so we had about 25 people, mostly seniors and a couple families. The film went over quite well, and my brief intro talk was on Will Rogers' career in silent pictures. The film was shown as part of the "Dutch New York" exhibit.
I have to say Mark Roth's DVD (available from his label ReelclassicDVD) looked really good projected. No noticeable artifacts, and image quality was pretty good considering it was a transfer from a good 16mm print. I noticed a lot of artifacts in the Kino DVD of "The Ring of the Nibelungen" which I played for at Bard in August...surprising considering that release is on dual-layer discs.
in the newer building, very modern-looking (like something out of "Sleeper")
giving you a pretty good idea where most Yonkers-ites were instead of at the show.