A silent film festival featuring movies old and new, starts Friday at the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center. Renowned organist Brad Miller is back in town to perform on the Museum's 1919 Wurlitzer Pipe Organ. Each program will include short comedies, melodramas, newsreels, sing-alongs and refreshments. Tonight's main feature will be Charlie Chapin's 1925 masterpiece "The Gold Rush". Saturday's matinee includes a mix of short comedies, melodramas, westerns and period pieces. Saturday evening's headliner is Douglas Fairbanks 1920 swashbuckler, "The Mark of Zorro". The festival wraps up Sunday with a matinee screening of the 2012 Academy Award winning best film, "The Artist", a tribute to the silent movie era. The evening performances starts at seven and tomorrow's matinee kicks off at one p.m. Tickets are ten dollars a show, eight dollars for museum members and kids for six dollars or you can get a festival pass for 30 dollars, 25 dollars for museum members and 20 dollars for kids.