Comfort film presents:
The 7th annual Silent Films and Loud Music Series
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923)
Synopsis: In fifteenth century Paris, the brother of the archdeacon plots with the gypsy king to foment a peasant revolt. Meanwhile, a freakish hunchback falls in love with the gypsy queen.
Quadrus Films was a production company based out of Rockford, Illinois, active in creating film and video from the 1970s through the 1990s. Bruce Lood, who had also worked for Ken Anderson Films (the largest Christian film distributor of the era), directed and produced for Quadrus with Joe Messer. Under different versions of the company name--Quadrus Media Ministries, Quadrus Communications, etc.--the company released about twenty films that screened in churches and on television throughout the country.
For the month of July Comfort Film Presents and projects 8, Super 8 and 16mm films.
In Celebration of the 50th anniversary of NASA's moon landing we will screen 16mm NASA films from the collection of Craig Baldwin along with a half episode of Cosmos not screened before at Comfort Station.
The Screening will be outdoors on the Comfort Station Lawn weather permitting.
For the Month of July Comfort Film will feature and project works on either 8, super 8 or 16mm film.