According to Grayson, home movies had become popular by 1934 so it was possible to take your own films or even hire a cinematographer to document a corporate outing. Included in the screening will be the Sinclair dinosaur exhibit and footage of Sally Rand, notorious for her fan and bubble dances.
Grayson will provide commentary, and historian-author Glory-June Greiff will display her large collection of Chicago World’s Fair memorabilia. While a similar program was presented last year, this one features newly acquired films.
Admission is $5, concessions $1. Info: 327-7135.
More information about Grayson’s work is available by visiting www.drfilm.net/blog.