Films shown at Ludington Area Center for the Arts
The Ludington Area Center for the Arts (LACA) has added another medium to its offerings — films.
The program began in October with a showing of the 16-minute, silent film “Frankenstein,” produced by Thomas Edison in 1910. The showing commemorated the 200th anniversary of the Gothic novel written by Mary Shelley. This was followed up in November with the 1939 Frank Capra film “Mr. Smith goes to Washington” on Thursday night.
“We want to expose people to things they wouldn’t see in the theater,” said LACA board member Sandie Holcombe.
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