Friday, June 24, 2005

Movies and Music on the Lawn Tomorrow

The last post made me realize that I hadn't posted this yet.
Press Release

Dreams on Film
Baton Rouge - Ever wondered what your dreams would look like on film? In 1925, readers of the Tribune- America got just that opportunity. Come and see these odd films produced from letters sent in to the paper at Movies and Music on the Lawn.

Saturday, June 25th, at 8 pm, Baton Rouge Gallery Center for Contemporary Art will show “The Dream Picture” as well as the second exciting episode of “The Power God”(1925). Also featured will be “Parted”(1920) and “Hearts of Age”(1934). The latter is Orson Welles’ first film made at the age of 19.

Admission is $5 and free for Gallery Members. Concessions will be sold and popcorn is free. Please bring picnic blankets and/or parade chairs. The back lawn will be sprayed for mosquitoes, but bug spray is still recommended.

Films will be held indoors in case of rain.

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