Happy Black History Month

Tonight Feb 2nd, there’ll be a showing of  Siren of the Tropics (La sirène des tropiques) [1927, France, 86 min.] At 8:00pm @ the Loft, UC San Diego Price Center

Legendary performer Josephine Baker made her feature-film debut in this rags to riches tale about a free-spirited, animal-loving girl who falls in love with a sophisticated young man from Paris—and follows him back to the City of Lights. Though silent, Siren of the Tropics abounds with musical energy, aided in no small part by your participation and the musical talents of Scott Paulson and his Teeny-Tiny Pit Orchestra for Silent Films. This fabulous performance will include special guest Gene Perry, Afro-Latin Percussionist.
$12 Regular; $5 UCSD Student

For more exciting events all month at UCSD, check THIS out!

And as an added bonus, you should watch THIS

One comment for “Happy Black History Month”

On February 19, 2010, 2:13 PM Karen said:

I really wanted to attend and see this film (and to hear the accompaniment), but it was the premiere date for LOST! I know, geeky!

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