Lost Cinema: Queensland Discoveries | Free

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Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art says
11.00 | In Conversation: Joel Archer | GOMA, Cinema A
> Joel relays his lifelong love of early cinema and his hunt for lost films in townships across Queensland.

11;45 | La Prigione D'acciaio (Prisoner of the Owls) 1913 + Angelo Che Redime (The Redeeming Angel) 1913 | GOMA, Cinema A
> Join us for a presentation of these two short Italian melodramas - both driven by mistaken identities, criminal scheming, and high passions. Due to the condition in which the prints were found, neither was able to be digitised in their entirety. However, they both provide fascinating insights into filmmaking styles at the time and have clear emotional cores which drive their drama.

> Both films will feature live musical accompaniment from David Bailey on the Gallery's 1929 Wurlitzer organ.

> More: https://www.qagoma.qld.gov.au/whats-on/cinema/programs/lost-cinema-queensland-discoveries

> Image: The Redeeming Angel 1913
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By: Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art