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Southside Film Festival: Old Men Singing 

The 2017 Southside Film Festival in Bethlehem, PA has chosen the recently completed short documentary “Old Men Singing” to be screened twice this year.

Please join us at the Southside Film Festival screening of “Old Men Singing” at the Victory Firehouse, 205 Webster Street, Bethlehem, PA, to be followed by a casual gathering nearby. 

“Old Men Singing” is the story of the alumni of Cornell’s Cayuga Waiters and includes many cinematic scenes shot at Cornell’s Reunion 2016. It’s a masterpiece with universal appeal, but especially so for anyone interested in singing, a cappella, Cornell, or Old Men! 

“Old Men Singing” was created by Cornell alumni Mickey Rapkin ’00 and Zach Weil ’05.

The showing begins at 3:20pm on Saturday, June 17, but please show up a few minutes early to get tickets ($5) and a seat! We will gather at the theater after the film concludes and make our way to an informal gathering nearby.

If you can’t join us on Saturday but would still like to see the film on your own, there is an additional showing on Friday at 5:20pm.