The epically scaled 1929 Norwegian feature comes from Danish-German director and noted cinematographer George Schnevoigt. Laila is separated from her parents as a baby and raised by a wealthy reindeer owner in the frozen tundra. She grows into a young woman of two worlds, torn between two suitors and two culturesthe Sami/Indigenous people and the dominant white Norwegians. This film is expertly photographed with a modern cinematic flair. Musical accompaniment is provided at this screening by Tedde Gibson on the Paramounts Mighty Wurlitzer Organ.
COST: Free WHEN: Monday 25th of February, 2019 WHERE: Paramount Theatre MORE INFO:Click Here
The author of one of the more compelling poetry debuts weve seen in recent years, Sally Wen Mao with her first book, Mad Honey Symposium, Sally Wen Mao makes this welcome first Elliott Bay appearance for her just-released second collection, Oculus.