Members’ Movie Night: Kodak shorts produced in Rochester
On Tuesday April 22, 2014 at 8:00 pm in Dryden Theatre
Members are invited to a free movie once a month, chosen by our curatorial staff. This month, it's an evening of Kodak shorts (various, US 1916–1960, approx. 80 min., 16mm and 35mm) from the Dryden series Made in Rochester.
A bona fide Rochester institution, Kodak needs no introduction. Please join us as we pay tribute to their artistry and innovation by showcasing a number of test films and company home movies. Major highlights include a Two Color Kodachrome printing test produced for William Fox, a rare documentary on the life and times of George Eastman, and candid footage of a Kodak employee variety show. Held deep in the vaults of Eastman House’s Moving Image Department, these historical gems are seldom shown in public screenings, presenting a rare opportunity for film fanatics, history buffs, and general audiences alike.
Regular prices for non-members. Not a member? Join today! Click here or call (585) 271-3361 ext. 261.