A Celebration – Charlie Chaplin’s 100 Years in the Movies
Sutherland Entertainment Centre and Australia’s Silent Film Festival salute Charlie Chaplin’s start in film 100 years ago: 1914 to 2014
Charlie’s genius captivated and enchanted audiences around the world within a very short period of time. That relationship has never ended. The whole world claims Charlie as its own: the qualities in his roles as director, actor and composer are timeless and universal.
Two exciting shows, a matinee and an evening session, all with live music from Australia’s leading silent film accompanists.
Saturday 22nd February 2014
11 am Lunch Session
The Idle Class (1921) 31 mins and Shoulder Arms (1918) 36 mins; and Pay Day (1922) 21 mins and The Pilgrim (1923) 40 mins. Accompanist John D’Arcy
7.30 pm Evening Session
A Dog’s Life (1918) 33 mins and The Kid (1921) 60 mins.
Accompanist Mauro Colombis.
Dinner packages available.
30 Eton Street Sutherland Inquiries and bookings at 9521 8888
Digital presentations of restored silent films.