The 1923 film “Scaramouche” is a story of love and revenge during the French Revolution. Director Rex Ingram’ 100-year-old masterpiece is filled with historic details, massive sets and action that holds up today. Anchorage Festival of Music will host a screening of the film and will be scoring the film live with period correct instruments. The event takes place at Bear Tooth Theater on Sunday, October 1 at 4 p.m. This week on State of Art we’re joined by Anchorage Festival of Music Artistic Director and musician Laura Koenig. She tells us about the legacy of “Scaramouche,” locating the original music cue sheets and what it takes to perform along with a film.