Presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences at the Linwood Dunn Theater, with special guest Suzanne Lloyd, Harold Lloyd’s granddaughter. Join Randy Haberkamp, Managing Director of Preservation and Foundation Programs at the Academy, as Suzanne Lloyd shares the great silent comedian’s stunning 3D photography (including shots of Disneyland in 1955 and Marilyn Monroe poolside), personal home movies, a new 3D conversion of a sequence from Safety Last (1923) and additional Lloyd short subjects: A Jazzed Honeymoon (1919), produced and directed by Hal Roach and co-starring Harold’s frequent leading lady Bebe Daniels and comedian Snub Pollard, and thrill comedy Never Weaken (1921), produced by Roach and co-starring Harold’s real-life leading lady, his future wife (and Suzanne’s grandmother) Mildred Davis. Live accompaniment provided by Joe Rinaudo on the Academy’s newly restored 1917 Fotoplayer, a rare and amazing instrument designed during the era of silent film to provide musical accompaniment and sound effects at movie theaters that could not afford an orchestra. This Fotoplayer is one of only 12 in existence today. (Digital)
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Note: All Pass levels are eligible for this event. No Individual tickets are available for this passholder exclusive event.
No food, drink or gum are allowed in this venue. Bags are subject to search.