Bringing silent film to life

The Chilliwack Community Arts Council presentation of Robert Bruce: Silent Picture heralds the magical era of silent film, presented with live, original scores by pianist Robert Bruce.

Silent Picture is set to be presented at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Oct. 21.

The Chilliwack Community Arts Council show heralds the magical era of silent film, presented with live, original scores by pianist Robert Bruce.

Faust, the 1926 film adaptation of the classic German folk legend by F.W. Murnau, is brought to life with engaging piano performed by Bruce. Audiences experience how silent cinema was originally presented, combining the charm of the 1920s cinema with the spontaneity of a live concert.

Silent Picture, $15, 7:30 p.m. at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre, 604.391.7469 or or for more details contact the Chilliwack Community Arts Council: 604.392.8888

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