No Country For Old Men is on the list though. Woo. The one I’m looking forward too is:
This year’s Film Concert is the unique performance of the Beth Custer Ensemble from San Francisco, as they accompany the 1929 Russian silent film, “My Grandmother”. It offers a special opportunity to view cinema at its best, with a Live soundtrack matching the amped up energy of the film.
A few years back for something, not the filmfest, Lambchop did the live score for an old silent movie in the Opera House. It was fantastic. When I was in Paris, the er, 4th last time, I saw a live orchestra do the score for a Harold Lloyd film. It was fantastique.