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Modern Silent Film in the Old Style

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For those interested...

In the tradition of such classics as NOSFERATU & HAXAN, and with a dash of early American film (Famous Players Film Company, D.W. Griffith, etc.) comes GARDEN OF SOULS. A horror photoplay in that harkens back to the old tinted silent films of yesteryear. Partly filmed on-location in Hollywood before Hollywood -- Fort Lee, NJ. Dedicated to film pioneers D.W. Griffith and Mary Pickford.

Peter Krasinki’s improvised score for this short film was the first and only take and recorded on the 1913 Hutchings-Votey Organ in Providence, Rhode Island. Peter specializes in silent film accompaniment and plays numerous shows throughout the country year round.

"Nothing short of brilliant..." -Tom Meyers, Fort Lee Film Commission


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