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Murder, Mayhem, Mystery & the Birth of Motion Pictures

Virtual Event - RESCHEDULED to August 27

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Monday, August 3, 2020 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm
2020-08-03 19:00:00 2020-08-03 20:00:00 America/Chicago Murder, Mayhem, Mystery & the Birth of Motion Pictures Travel back 120 years to the birth of motion pictures with film enthusiast Craig Pierce. Signup in Zoom required. Zoom tplibrary@tplibrary.org
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Travel back 120 years to the birth of motion pictures with film enthusiast Craig Pierce. Signup in Zoom required.

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER for the newly scheduled date Thursday, August 27, 2020 at 7:00 pm. 


This is a virtual event—it will not be held at the library.

Once registered, you will receive an email with the webinar link and password. No software is needed to access this presentation online.

The event will be recorded and available on demand for a week after the initial date.

Need help using Zoom? Visit tplibrary.org/faqs#zoom to get started.

It's a tale filled with international intrigue, mechanical marvels, fabulous flops, and a bit of murder and mystery, too. See rare clips of the earliest motion pictures and learn how such inventors as Edison and the Lumiere Brothers established the path that leads to today's dazzling blockbusters.

Craig Pierce Bio:
Presentations combine many of Craig Pierce’s favorite interests: a passion for supporting public libraries, a keen interest in 1880s-1930s America, an enthusiasm for research and a desire to chat with an interested audience. Craig has shared the following programs with dozens of libraries across northern Illinois:

·         Christy Mathewson: The Tragic, Remarkable Life of America’s First Sports Hero

·         Berlin 1936: Hitler’s Games vs. America’s Heroes

·         Without a Mask: Hockey’s Daredevil Goalies

·         Murder, Mayhem, Mystery and the Birth of Motion Pictures

·         Lewis Hine: America’s Most Important Photographer

Craig has worked in marketing and programming with Genoa Public Library, St. Charles Public Library and Clarendon Hills Public Library. He currently works for the Village of South Elgin and lives in St. Charles, Illinois with his wife and two children.

External Venue Name: 
Zoom
Event Type: 
Virtual Event
Senior-friendly
Entertainment & Culture
Ages: 
Adult
ADA Statement: 

The Tinley Park Public Library is subject to the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Individuals who require an accommodation for a disability for any library presentation should contact the library at 708.532.0160, x3 at least ten working days before an event.