About Kinonik

Kinonik is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization whose mission is to enlighten and entertain audiences of all ages through projected screenings of celluloid classic films. Our current archive consists of more than 500 16mm films.

A century into the film industry, digital offers myriad options for viewing media that the pioneers of the film industry surely never envisioned. While the benefits of accessibility can’t be argued – something is missing.

Films have been created to give audiences the shared experience of temporary escape from the mundane into a world of heightened emotions and suspense that give them license to laugh, cry, gasp, chortle, and even shriek together.

The streaming experience is essentially solitary. The theater experience is unfolds with a community of many. The more solitary our world gets the lonelier our world gets and the less we experience common experiences

This is the magic of movies; it’s the difference in nuance between sprocketed frames of real images speeding past the bright bulb of a projector than the digitized experience of pixels on a flat screen.

We’re committed to preserving the film experience through the real-deal – projected screenings of must-see silent and sound classics.

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As per the earlier share about Alice Guy-Blaché: The doc "Be Natural" is about the earlier filmmaker.

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Raymond Chandler has a credit, for writing the screenplay, for STRANGERS ON A TRAIN, but Alfred Hitchcock disagreed with pretty much everything about what would become the finished film, and Chandler's work was not used. Chandler's name was kept by the studio as a selling point. Kinonik is showing STRANGERS ON A TRAIN at SPACE on Monday, Feb. 3 at 7 PM. Want tickets? Get tickets: www.eventbrite.com/e/kinonik-presents-strangers-on-a-train-tickets-91614099237 ... See MoreSee Less

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