Well readers, another year of Dueling Divas has come to an end! But don’t worry, the divas will return next year for another round–so stay tuned for the announcement of the 4th Annual Dueling Divas blogathon, to take place in December 2014!
While I’m at it, I thought I would tell you about a special program I will be covering next month. On January 11, I will be heading back to the Castro Theatre to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first appearance of Charlie Chaplin’s legendary “The Little Tramp.” Organized by the San Francisco Silent Film Festival, the day will feature the following screenings:
- KID AUTO RACES AT VENICE (1914, featuring the first appearance of The Little Tramp)
- THE VAGABOND (1916, short film)
- THE CURE (1917, short film)
- EASY STREET (1917, short film)
- THE KID (1921)
- THE GOLD RUSH
If you are in town, please stop by. Tickets are $22 for each of the the feature-length films, $15 for the shorts, and $54 if you want to see the whole program. It promises to be a fun and informative day, and the San Francisco Silent Film Festival always puts on very quality programs. I look forward to seeing you there!
Thanks again for a great blogathon, and see you next time!