Presented by TOSDV
The Theatre Organ Society of the Delaware Valley is happy to present an all musical program on their 3/24 Wurlitzer Theatre Organ by well known organist Donna Parker.
Donna began her organ studies at the age of 7. She studied classical organ under Richard Purvis and theatre organ styling with world famous organist Lynn Larsen. She quickly established a name for herself on the concert circuit and made her . . .
Directed by James Redford. US. 2015. NR. DVD.
Presented by Home of the Sparrow
Please join us for a free screening and panel discussion of the award-winning documentary, Paper Tigers. Space is limited! This screening is made possible by The Chester County ACEs Coalition and The Phoenixville ACEs Committee.
To RSVP please contact Chelsea Buckley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Film:
Paper Tigers follows a year in the life of an alternative high school that has radically changed its approach to disciplining . . .
The 9th Annual Spring-Ford Film Festival highlights the creative endeavors of Spring-Ford High School’s Broadcasting Classes. The best of the best make it to the festival, from Stop Motion Animation and Music Videos, to Movie Shorts and PSAs. Admission is free and open to the public. Monetary donations accepted to support the Steve Bonetz Memorial Scholarship. Doors open at 6:15, show starts at 6:30.
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Join the Community Coalition for an intimate performance by BackStage Bistro and Nightlife Award winner Carolyn Montgomery, a singer, songwriter and recording artist based in New York City. Stephen Holden of The New York Times calls Carolyn “a smart, sophisticated storyteller” and The Baltimore Sun writes, “Brilliantly funny with the voice of an angel. Tracey Ullman meets Grace Kelly in Carolyn Montgomery.”
Carolyn and pianist Jeff Cubeta are making a . . .
Directed by Clarence Brown. US. 1925. NR. 1 hour 13 minutes. DVD.
Presented by TOSDV
The Theatre Organ Society of the Delaware Valley presents the 1925 silent movie The Eagle. Set in the Imperial Court of 18th century Russia, The Eagle is a dashing and romantic adventure in which Rudolph Valentino gives what many consider his finest screen performance.
Don Kinnier will accompany the film on the mighty 3/24 Wurlitzer theatre pipe organ. Don needs no introduction since he is a local organist well . . .