National Silent Movie Day
Pola Negri was already an international star; Antonio Moreno was her equal in terms of talent and sex appeal. The director Herbert Brenon was one of the greatest directors of his day, and he was assisted by his cinematographer, James Wong Howe. Together, they created one of the great romance epics of the silent era. Negri stars as a Romani dancer who becomes entangled with King Philip and Queen Isabel of Spain when her lover is arrested for defying the laws against dueling. (Herbert Brenon, USA, 1923, 103 min., b&w, silent with new soundtrack by Bill Ware)
Presented as part of National Silent Movie Day
University of the Arts has updated its COVID policies for visitors and events, effective Aug. 22. Masks are now optional for all members of the community and campus visitors in all of the university’s public spaces, including the Levitt Auditorium. If you are feeling unwell, we strongly recommend that you consider not attending a Lightbox screening. Masks are still available at all Public Safety stations across campus.