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FREE screening of "The Phantom of the Opera" at Sage Chapel

One of the scariest and most influential horror films of all time, Lon Chaney continues to amaze as the mysterious Phantom. The version being shown was meticulously restored to its original specifications, which include hand coloring, 218 tinting changes, and a Technicolor scene. World renown silent film accompanist Dr. Philip Carli will provide live accompaniment on the Sage Chapel organ. Digital Projection.
1 hr 28 min.
FREE!

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  • Nathan I.

    And yes, students cross at-will on campus. Be aware.

    February 19, 2013

  • Nathan I.

    There is a driveway directly by the museum that leads to some parking near the quad; this is the first place I check. There is an adjacent lot behind Sibley which is on the opposite side of the quad from Sage & Ho Plaza, that sometimes has a few spots. There are lots closer to Collegetown, but I've generally found them to be full. The most reliable parking is up Tower Ave. past Garden Ave, near the playing fields (just past the big white building), but it's a little bit of a walk to get back down to the arts quad.

    I will try to give better directions and include contact info for the next meetup.

    February 19, 2013

  • Nathan I.

    Peter - welcome to everyday driving on Cornell campus. :/

    Sorry I couldn't respond to messages this afternoon - my phone isn't set up to log in to meetup, so I could see emails but was not able to answer them, and was not at home. I'm not sure if anyone else made it; Sage Chapel is bigger than I remember. It was interesting but not mind-blowing, the pews were rather uncomfortable, and the screen was low, so I looked at the back of people's heads alot.

    As far as campus....there is no one great place to park. Cornell's policy is to dissuade people from parking in central campus & take the bus instead, so the lots are small, hidden, and you have to be very careful about the signage. They ticket aggressively.

    February 19, 2013

  • Peter A.

    Guys, after spending a half hour driving around after being given bad directions by google maps, dodging students in cross walks and generally spinning out in this white slop that came down, I finally gave up. Hope it was good. I'm getting a beer.

    February 19, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Sorry but the weather is keeping me in tonight. Next time for sure!

    February 19, 2013

  • Peter A.

    Are our Collectives meeting anywhere in particular prior to the showing?

    February 19, 2013

  • Peter A.

    This should be great! Looking forward to it.

    February 19, 2013

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