Mar 20 2021
Vintage Movie Night┃Rare Boris Karloff Films

Vintage Movie Night┃Rare Boris Karloff Films

Presented by Garfield Park Arts Center at Garfield Park Arts Center

Vintage Movie Night is a monthly series that features film historian Eric Grayson as he presents a series of unique and rare vintage film titles. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Vintage Movie Night will be virtual until further notice. Pre-registration is required for access to the movie and post-discussion links.

Indianapolis historian Eric Grayson has been restoring some rare Boris Karloff material for the last several years, including the early sound serial King of the Kongo (1929). We’ll see some clips of that restoration in progress showing how the film has deteriorated over the years and how it’s being brought back from a point almost too far gone to save. We’ll also have a live Zoom meeting with Sara Karloff, Boris’ daughter. She will share some information about her life and her times with her famous father.

Frequently Asked Questions:
o How do I access the movie?
You must pre-register here:…/Activity_Search/20343. Once you register, the link will be on your receipt. Registration opens March 15.

o What information do I have to provide to register?
You will have to provide your name, email, address, phone number, and age. This information is kept confidential and we will not add you to our email list unless you ask us to. You will have to pay with a credit card or Indy Parks gift card. It is important that you register with an up-to-date email address, as this is how we will reach out to you with any updates.

o How do I find my receipt?
You can view your receipt in your confirmation email or on your online account by looking at “Prior Transactions”.

o When will I be able to watch the movie?
The movie will go live Mar 20, at 7:00 pm.

o How do I access the post-movie discussion?
The link to the discussion will also be on your receipt. It’s a Zoom call with the film historian Eric Grayson. It will start shortly after the movie ends.

o How does Zoom work?
The post-movie discussion uses Zoom, a video chat platform. When you click the link, it will ask you to download Zoom or view it in your browser. It is free, and does not require you to share personal information. You can use a webcam to interact in the chat, or you can just watch.

o What if I didn’t get the links or the links don’t work?
If you have any trouble during the event, email and we will respond immediately. GPAC staff will be monitoring the event, and will be present to answer questions.

Questions? Contact us: GPAC@Indy.Gov or 317-327-7135.

Admission Info

$5, pre-registration required

Phone: 317-327-7135


Dates & Times

2021/03/20 - 2021/03/20

Location Info

Garfield Park Arts Center

2432 Conservatory Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46203

Parking Info

Large public parking lot in front of Main Entrance with several accessible spots.

Accessibility Info