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The Silent Film Pianist, Brooklyn Boy, Malcolm Dalglish

This week we learn the subtle art of silent film accompaniment, pay a visit to the Jewish Theatre of Bloomington, and profile folk musician Malcolm Dalglish.

This week on Artworks, we visit with pianist Philip Carli, who demonstrates the art of silent movie accompaniment.

Also on the program, the Jewish Theatre of Bloomington presents a a play by Pulitzer Prize winner Donald Margulies. And Yael Ksander profiles a world-renowned southern Indiana artist, Malcolm Dalglish.

Stories On This Episode

The Sound Of Silents

Philip Carli in a suit, sitting at a grand piano, looking up at the screen as he plays

IU alumnus Philip Carli demonstrates the art of silent film accompaniment.

Brooklyn Boy

Man and woman with box

The Jewish Theatre of Bloomington presents a a play by Pulitzer Prize winner Donald Margulies.

Film Festival Brings Sustainability Into Focus

people outside a beer tent at the clips of faith festival

Bloomington's Center for Sustainable Living is hoping to raise awareness of sustainability initiatives—and money—at Friday's film festival.

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