The 1913 film will have a live piano score by Roger Lippincott, with translations by Glory-June Greiff.
“This is one of the first major feature films ever made,” Grayson said. “It stars Paul Wegener, who became one of the first international stars, as well as a writer and film director.”
He plays a poor student who meets an eccentric stranger. The stranger offers to buy anything in Wegener’s room for an enormous sum. Wegener agrees and the stranger takes the Wegener’s reflection, which moves around the world while causing great mischief.
Admission is $5, concessions $1. Info: 327-7135.
Grayson, whose work is showcased at www.drfilm.net/, is known for his wit and wisdom when discussing aspects of film from the late 1800s to the present.