Upcoming Screenings: A Trip to the Moon in Color & The Extraordinary Voyage

During the next few months, A Trip to the Moon (dir. Georges Méliès) restored to its original 1902 colors and featuring a new soundtrack by the band AIR will be making on-screen appearances along with Lobster Films’ The Extraordinary Voyage (2011), the 65-minute documentary about the film’s original production and recent landmark restoration.

Upcoming dates:

August 26 – San Francisco, CA – Castro Theatre

August 29 – Cambridge, MA – Brattle Theatre

September 5 – Atlanta, GA – Emory University – Heilbrun Music and Media Library *A TRIP TO THE MOON only!

September 13 – Ithaca, NY – Cornell Cinema *A TRIP TO THE MOON only!

September 22 – Denver, CO – Denver Silent Film Festival

November 17 – Rochester, NY – George Eastman House

November 30 – Bloomington, IN – Indiana University Cinema *A TRIP TO THE MOON only!

Check back here for more updates!

Past screenings:

February 2-10;  February 17-19; February 24 – March 1; March 7-12; March 23-29 (Keeps coming back by popular demand!) – New York, NY – Elinor Bunin Monroe Theater at the Film Society Lincoln Center

February 10 & 12 – Portland, OR – Portland International Film Festival at Northwest Film Center

February 11 & 12 – Dallas, TX – Texas Theatre

February 18 – May 20 – Santa Fe, NM – SITE Santa Fe/Center for Contemporary Arts – (Will only show A TRIP TO THE MOON only in a continuous loop as part of the exhibition Time-Lapse)

February 20 – Ann Arbor, MI – Michigan Theater

February 25 – Santa Monica, CA – American Cinematheque/AERO Theatre

February 25 – San Francisco, CA – Noise Pop SF

February 25 – Topeka, KS – Kansas City Silent Film Festival

February 28 – Seattle, WA – Northwest Film Forum

February 29 – Bellingham, WA – Viking Union at Western Washington University – (Screening of A TRIP TO THE MOON only to be shown with HUGO)

March 1 – Oklahoma City, OK – Oklahoma City Museum of Art

March 2-4 – Grand Rapids, MI – Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts

March 3 –  Ithaca, NY – Cornell Cinema

March 4 – Boise, ID – The Flicks

March 7 – Norfolk, VA – Naro Cinema

March 8 & 11 – Bridgeport, CT – Bijou Theatre

March 9-15 – Amherst, MA – Amherst Cinema Arts Center

March 9-15 – Brooklyn, NY – IndieScreen

March 10-11 – Lake Park, FL – Mos’Art Theatre

March 10, 13 and 16 – Peekskill, NY – Paramount Center for the Arts

March 16-17 & 23-25 – Detroit, MI – Detroit Institute of Arts – *A TRIP TO THE MOON only!

March  20, 23 & 25  – Montpelier, VT – Green Mountain Film Festival (3 different venues on 3 different days)

March 23-25 – Tallahassee, FL – Tallahassee Film Society

March 24-25 – Hunter, NY – Mountain Cinema at the Doctorow Center for the Arts

March 23-27 – Miami Beach, FL – Miami Beach Cinematheque

March 30-April 2 – Nashville, TN – Belcourt Theatre

April 3 – Modesto, CA – State Theatre of Modesto

April 6-12 – Chicago, IL – Gene Siskel Film Center

April 9 – Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Academy of Music – BAM Rose Cinemas – Special program “A Trip to the Moon and Other Travels” hosted by Serge Bromberg,  includes Méliès’ A Trip to the Moon (1902), another film by  Méliès, After the Ball (1916), and other silent delights, A Trip Down Market Street (1906), San Francisco After the Catastrophe (1906), and a Buster Keaton short, The Love Nest (1923)

April 13 – Athens, OH – Athens Film Festival

April 13-14 – Washington DC – AFI

April 14 – Avondale Estates, GA – Academy Theatre – *A TRIP TO THE MOON only!

April 15 – Los Angeles, CA – TCM Classic Film Festival – Special program “A Trip to the Moon and Other Travels” hosted by Serge Bromberg,  includes Méliès’ A Trip to the Moon (1902), another film by  Méliès, After the Ball (1916), and other silent delights, A Trip Down Market Street (1906), San Francisco After the Catastrophe (1906), and a Buster Keaton short, The Love Nest (1923)

April 18 – Philadelphia, PA – International House

April 18 – Columbus, OH – Wexner Center for the Arts 

April 18 – Los Angeles, CA – COL-COA (“A Week of French Film Premieres in Hollywood”)

April 26 & 28 – Memphis, TN – Memphis Brooks Museum of Art

April 27 – Lincoln, NE – Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center, Hixson-Lied College of Fine & Performing Arts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

April 28 – Fresno, CA – Fresno Filmworks/ Fresno Film Festival

May 17 – Tucson, AZ – The Loft Cinema

May 20 – Honolulu, HI – Honolulu Museum of Art – *A TRIP TO THE MOON only!

May 31 – Boulder, CO – Boulder Public Library

May 31 – June 1 – Wichita, KS – Murdock Theatre

June 3-4 – Schenectady, NY – Proctor’s Theatre

June 18-21 – Pittsburgh, PA – Pittsburgh Filmmakers

June 21 – Stamford, CT – Avon Theatre Film Center

June 22-23 – Lambertville, NJ – ACME Screening Room

June 26 – Cleveland, OH – Capitol Theatre

July 15 – San Francisco, CA – San Francisco Silent Film Festival – *35mm print of A TRIP TO THE MOON only! To be shown on Closing Night of the SFSFF with Buster Keaton’s THE CAMERAMAN

July 15 – Pleasantville, NY – Jacob Burns Film Center – *A TRIP TO THE MOON only!

July 20 – St. Louis, MO – Cinema St. Louis – Centene Center for Arts & Education *35mm print of A TRIP TO THE MOON only!

July 28 – Chicago, IL – Music Box Theatre

August 1 – Traverse City, MI – Traverse City Film Festival

August 3 – El Paso, TX – Plaza Classic Film Festival – *35mm print of A TRIP TO THE MOON only!

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