Voted in 2012 as the 8th-best film ever made and the best documentary film of all time in 2014 by Sight and Sound (the monthly film magazine published by the British Film Institute), the Russian silent film Man with a Movie Camera is truly one-of-a-kind. Released in 1929, the experimental motion picture features no story and no actors, yet it exposes what life is like for the locals of urbanized Soviet cities. As part of The Sound of Silents: Film and Live Music Series.
7pm Thursday, January 22. The Toledo Museum of Art Peristyle, 2445 Monroe St.