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2nd part - Fritz Lang
"Das Schiff der verlorenen Menschen" - Maurice Tourneur
Do not miss Friday, September 14, at 8 pm at the Raoul-Jobin Hall of the Palais Montcalm, the Metropolis film monument, presented by LANGLOIS lawyers, in CinéConcert format. For one night, let yourself be transported by this sci-fi classic set to music by the prestigious Orchestra symphonique de Québec led by none other than Gabriel Thibaudeau, world-renowned composer and silent film musical accompaniment.
The OSM Classical Spree is proud to present Laurel and Hardy – perhaps the best-known comedy duo of all time! Two films from the late 1920s, You’re Darn Tootin’ and Big Business, will be screened at the Maison symphonique with live accompaniment by Gabriel Thibaudeau, past master of the silent film soundtrack.
The 18th edition of the Karlsruhe Silent Film Festival happily welcomes back one of its adopted sons. This year, Thibaudeau proposes an original performance of LADY WINDERMERE's FAN; a 1925 silent film classic directed by Ernst Lubitsch. The drama is based on an Oscar Wilde's 1893 play Lady Windermere's Fan which was first played in America that year by Julia Arthur as Lady Windermere and Maurice Barrymore as Lord Darlington.
Internationally renowned Canadian composer GABRIEL THIBAUDEAU is back on north american soil and will present his original musical composition for 1924 silent film classic KEAN; In Wildness And Dissipation
The cinematographic concert will be held on Sunday February 25, 2018 at the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. As a treat, percussionist Frank Bokius will travel from Germany to join Thibaudeau for this unique performance.
Showtime: 4 PM
Screenings of the films "The Poor Little Rich Girl" by Maurice Tourneur (1917) starring Mary Pickford, and "The Cure" by Charlie Chaplin (1917) accompanied at the piano by Gabriel Thibaudeau. Presented at Zürich's Film Podium festival.