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NYC PREMIERE Years ago, local Iowa historian and eccentric collector Michael Zahs chanced upon a cache of early films and cinema memorabilia belonging to Frank Brinton, a showman who brought moving pictures to America’s heartland in the earliest years of the art form. Discovering that the collection includes rare treasures, including a lost Georges Méliès short, Zahs sets out on a mission to restore and preserve not only this work, but the fascinating legacy of Brinton himself.
Following the film, Michael Zahs will share a “lost film” from George Méliés discovered in the Brinton Collection.
Section:Behind the Scenes
Themes:Films on FilmHistorySeniors
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Director: Andrew Sherburne, Tommy Haines
Producer: Andrew Sherburne
Cinematographer: John Richard
Editor: Tommy Haines
Music: Michael Kramer
Running Time: 87