Featuring Student Films and Student Music Compositions from NYU
The Film Society at Lincoln Center and its Golden Silents series presents “Toons, Tunes & Trikfilms,” 12 new films produced by NYU students that combine animation, live music and performance with silent film.
- WHAT: TOONS, TUNES & TRIKFILMS Films by NYU students in the Tisch School of the Arts Undergraduate and Graduate’s Kanbar Institute of Film and Television, matched to live performances of original music scores by student and instructor composers in the Steinhardt School of Education’s Film Scoring Program.
Features include Zoya Baker’s “Reunited,” with a score composed by Ira Newborn, Steinhardt Film Scoring faculty member, known for his scores for “The Naked Gun” and “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” and Jane Nechayevsky’s humorous computer-animated “Dinner at Marvin’s,” with a musical score by Myungsoo Shin, a graduate Film Scoring major.
Artistic directors are NYU Professors John Canemaker of Tisch and Ron Sadoff of Steinhardt.
- WHEN: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 8 p.m.
- WHERE: LINCOLN CENTER’S WALTER READE THEATER, 165 West 65th Street, Plaza Level, New York
ADMISSION: Ticket prices for Toons, Tunes & Trikfilms are: $15 non-members, $12 members, $10 students (with current ID) and children (ages 6 - 12) accompanied by an adult.
Tickets are available online at www.filmlinc.com; by phone by calling 212/496-3809; or at the box office, from 30 minutes before the first screening until 15 minutes after the last show begins. For schedule information, call (212) 875-5600.