Today at The Clinton: Tuesday, Feb 20

1:00pm Video Shoot

Today At The Clinton Street Theater

Video Shoot

Showtimes

Tuesday, Feb 20
1:00pm
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One of our friends is making a music video, so the afternoon is off limits to all.

Special Admission

Closed to the public.

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Public Domain Xinema (PDX) screens lost, classic and cult films on the big screen in the old way; with newsreels, cartoons, live music and other special treats. Movies for the people, by the people. Join us.

CANCELLED!!! PDXinema presents BLOOD AND SAND

Showtimes

Tuesday, Feb 20
7:00pm

SORRY, BUT DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS, WE ARE CLOSING THE THEATER TONIGHT.

COME BACK TO SEE US TOMORROW FOR CHURCH OF FILM.

 

Fred Niblo's masterpiece of silent filmmaking, Blood and Sand (1922) starring immortal screen legend, Rudolph Valentino, presented with a live musical score, provided right in the theater by the incomparable team of Justin Schepige and Kevin Van Walk.

This unforgettable night of cinema is a donation based show, meaning you don't have to bring a penny to experience this. That said, it is a donation based show, and the donations are needed to help keep the Clinton Street Theater open and help pay the amazing musicians, who are traveling from Corvallis, for their valuable time. If you've seen these guys playing at the Clinton Street Theater before, with shows like Battleship Potemkin, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and The General, you know how amazing this will be. Don't miss it!

Wednesday, February 20th, 7 PM, only at the Clinton Street Theater. Presented by Public Domain Xinema, created, curated and hosted by Ygal Kaufman.

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BLOOD AND SAND
Director: 
Fred Niblo, Dorothy Arzner (uncredited)
Country: 
United States
Year: 
1922
Runtime: 
80 minutes

Juan is the son of a poor widow in Seville. Against his mother's wishes he pursues a career as toreador. He rapidly gains national prominence, and takes his childhood sweetheart Carmen as his bride. He meets the Marquis' daughter Dona Sol, and finds himself in the awkward position of being in love with two women, which threatens the stability of his family and his position in society. He finds interesting parallels in the life of the infamous bandit Plumitas when they eventually meet by chance.

Special Admission

$5-8 suggested donation; no one turned away for lack of funds.