Fri. & Sat.
Feb. 23 & 24,
would be no Kansas Silent Film Festival without Jim's coordinating
and sales efforts.
would be no Show without the skills of these two.
brought state-of-the-art equipment from Wichita. A clear
bright, beautiful picture projected.
up their sleeves to do what needs doing.
Kansas Silent Film Festival 2001 was
one of the
first groups to use Washburn University's newly rennovated
White Concert Hall.
included new seat covering and
extensive work on house acoustics.
The newly redecorated lobby included displays of two memorabilia collections
by fans who generously shared viewing of items with those attending
festival was FREE and open to the public.
Friends of the Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library; Washburn
University; KTWU - Channel 11;
Topeka Community Foundation; Cox Communications, Inc.; Reuter Organ
Company; Blanche Bryden Foundation; Charles R. Tantillo Family; Wolfe's
Cameras, Camcorders and Computers; American Pre-Sort, Inc.; James P.
Erickson; Carol and Jim Rhodes; Dr. David R. Gillham; and William and