Just posted preliminary schedules of screenings for the 2010-11 series at the Wilton Town Hall in Wilton, N.H. and the Palace Theatre in Manchester, N.H. Highlights include an Easter screening of "Ben Hur" (1925) in Wilton and a Martin Luther King Day screening of "Birth of a Nation" (1915) in Manchester.
Check out the details on this blog's "upcoming screenings" page. And while I'm at it, many thanks to Dennis Markaverich of the Wilton Town Hall Theatre and Peter Ramsey of the Palace Theatre for giving silent film places to be brought to life the way it was intended to be experienced!
Overall, it's an exciting line-up of timeless classics and some lesser-known films that deserve their chance on the screen. Screenings in Wilton take place on the last Sunday of every month at 4:30 p.m., while those at the Palace are Monday nights at 7 p.m. The Wilton screenings are free (with donations accepted), while the Palace screenings are $8 per person.