The State Theatre is proud to present the Silent Film Series feature presentations. Many of Silent Films from over a century ago are exceptionally well preserved, showing a quality beyond what many people think. Our staff works diligently to find the best quality feature length silent films for your consideration. Classic Silent Films, such as The Cameraman, Nosferatu, and The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari have continued to entertain and inspire generations of new filmmakers and audiences.
On November 16th, The Silent Film Series at The State Theatre presents Harold Lloyd’s classic collegiate comedy, The Freshman. Like many of his movies, The Freshman stars Lloyd as a relatable, earnest fellow trying to find success. This 1925 feature follows the story of an awkward young man trying to fit in during his first year of college. As you might expect, things get off to a rocky start, but our hero is no quitter. Please join us at The State Theatre for this delightful film and, perhaps, relive a memory or two from your own college days.