Beware! Silent dinosaurs!

lost world still

Grr. Argh.

The Albany Public Library is starting a silent film series this evening. A screening of the 1925 film adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World will be accompanied by an original score by local electropop band Beware! The Other Head of Science. The APL says the Beware! crew has written "a fittingly unusual score to this dinosaur movie classic."

The screening starts at 7 pm in the large auditorium at the main branch on Washington Ave. It's free.

(Thanks, Jess!)

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