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Linda + When Little Lindy Sang + That Ice Ticket

 
 
Mon, Jul 23, 2018
  • 7PM
 
 
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RUN TIME: 84min
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New 2K DCP courtesy Kino Lorber

 
When Little Lindy Sang

Dir. Lule Warrenton
1916, 10min, DCP

 

Working within her own studio at Universal, director and actress Lule Warrenton specialized in films for and starring children, including this early treatment of racial prejudice about the only black girl in an otherwise white classroom.

Recorded music by Carolyn Swartz

 
Linda

Dir. Dorothy Davenport
With Helen Foster, Warner Baxter, Noah Beery
1929, 74min, DCP

 

Director Dorothy Davenport explores the constraints of women in a patriarchal society in this sensitively handled melodrama about a bright young woman (a striking Helen Foster), in love with a young doctor, but forced by her brutal backwoods father to marry an older man.

Recorded music by Renée Clark Baker and the Chicago Modern Orchestra Project

 
 
 
That Ice Ticket

Dir. Angela Murray Gibson
1923, 10min

 

Working in North Dakota far outside the studio system, Gibson directs and stars in this comic short about a woman unlucky in love—and plagued by a young neighborhood prankster.

Vintage recordings synchronized by Bill Snyder
Preserved by New York Women in Film & Television’s Women’s Film Preservation Fund

 
 
 
 
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