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Kinonik seeks donations to support our film showings, the storage and preservation of our film archive, and adding important films to our collection. Your contributions help to pay the rent for our storage space, pay our projectionist, pay for repairs on our projectors, and pay the licensing fees for our film showings.

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Kinonik also welcomes contributions of 16mm film collections from collectors, libraries, colleges, and universities.

All donations, financial or film, are fully tax deductible. Kino, Inc. dba Kinonik is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Andrew Graham, Acting Executive Director
Andy@Kinonik.org
207.650.5535

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Buster Keaton's "Steamboat Bill, Jr." (1928) was among the last silent films made and it was the last Buster Keaton made for United Artists. It features the famous scene where the building facade comes crashing down on... everything except Buster Keaton. Kinonik and St. Lawrence Arts are showing the film tonight at 7 PM with live musical accompaniment by Carol Swartz on piano. Click here for tickets:

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How many of you know Jackie Coogan -- the Kid in Charlie Chaplin's "The Kid" (1921) -- was Uncle Fester in "The Addams Family"? Some of you, surely. We're showing "The Kid" with Mayo Street Arts today (Sunday) at 1 PM. Doors open at 12:30. With live musical accompaniment by Carol Swartz. It's part of our family-friendly Sunday afternoon series.

Don't miss it.
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5 days ago  ·  

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6 year-old Jackie Coogan was a veteran actor by the time he starred as the Kid with Charlie Chaplin in "The Kid" (1921). He was in Chaplin's "A Day's Pleasure" (1919) and Chaplin enjoyed the way Coogan was able to mimic and play off his own gags. We're showing "The Kid" with Mayo Street Arts today, February 16 at 1 PM. Doors open at 12:30. Live musical accompaniment by Carol Swartz. This is part of our family-friendly Sunday afternoon series. ... See MoreSee Less

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