Before talkies, there was the genesis of film – the Silents! Buster Keaton scores again with his 1928 comedy “The Cameraman”. Comic enjoyment ensues after Buster becomes infatuated with a pretty office worker for MGM Newsreels. He trades in his tintype operation for a movie camera determined to impress the girl (and MGM). This film was added to the National Film Registry in 2005, being deemed “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant.” We’ve partnered with The Cary Theater to bring this classic film to life with a new score written by the Triangle’s own Jon Shain.
After the movie Jon and FJ will perform a concert.READ MORE