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Friday, February 19, 2016

ARCE/NC Chapter Fundraiser: "The Loves of Pharaoh," Is This Sunday February 21st

There are still tickets available for this Sunday's 1:30 p.m. classic film showing at the Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum. You can have an enjoyable afternoon, and support your local Egyptology chapter at the same time. To buy tickets, go to the ARCE-NC website, arce-nc.org/Fundraiser.htm, click on the Donate button and make your donation, $22 per ticket. You may also purchase tickets at the door for $25 each, cash or check only.

Details follow.

Glenn

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Egyptology Chapter Fundraiser February 21st: "The Loves of Pharaoh"

The Loves of Pharaoh

A rare screening of Ernst Lubitsch's 1922 classic silent film

Benefiting the American Research Center in Egypt's Northern California Chapter

Sunday, February 21, 2016 1:30 pm

Held at the Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum

37417 Niles Boulevard, Fremont, CA 94536

$22 donation per person

Ticket buyers may pay via PayPal by going to the web page http://arce-nc.org/Fundraiser.htm. Tickets at the door will be sold on a space-available basis and will cost $25, cash or check only.

Your donation is tax deductible. ARCE-NC is a registered 501 (c) (3) public
charity. All contributions made through PayPal are safe and secure.
You do not need a PayPal account to donate via credit card.

Getting there:

By public transit: The Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum is served hourly on Sundays by AC Transit's line 216, connecting with Union City BART. Go to 511.org for details.

By car: Free parking is across the street from the museum.

Google map: https://www.google.com/maps?q=loc:+37417+Niles+Boulevard+Fremont+CA+US



Lubitsch's last German film before his emigration to the US was thought lost until a few years ago. Painstakingly restored from footage salvaged in several countries, The Loves of Pharaoh ("Das Weib des Pharao") reveals the great director at a critical point in film history as well as the state of Egyptological knowledge on the eve of Howard Carter's discovery. Massive sets, detailed props, meticulously restored color tints and a modern orchestral recording of the 1922 score recapture for today's audiences the magic of classic film in the silent era.

With English subtitles.