The 32nd Annual Chautauqua Silent Film Series continues this week with 1916's Sherlock Holmes, a film many figured had been lost to time. William Gillette's turn as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's sleuthing hero is widely considered to be the definitive performance of the character, and this newly restored version represents the last surviving footage of Gillette's interpretation of Holmes. Like films in the rest of the series, the screening on Wednesday, August 9, revives that special old-time picture-house ambience with a live musical accompaniment from pianist Hank Troy. Join the crowd of cinephiles and history buffs at 7:30 p.m. at Boulder's Chautauqua Auditorium, 900 Baseline Road. Visit chautauqua.com for tickets, $6 to $12, and more information.