Saturday, June 23, 2012

Annual Anthology Film Archives benefit happening Monday night

From the EV Grieve inbox...

[Bush Tetras photo by Laura Levine via the Anthology]

Anthology Film Archives will hold its Annual Film Preservation Honors and Benefit on Monday June 25, from 7-10 pm at The Standard, New York in the High Line Room + Terrace, 848 Washington Street at West 13th Street

The benefit will feature cocktails, hors d'oeurves, and a performance by the Bush Tetras with special guests Richard Barone and Felice Rosser. The event also includes raffle to win prizes including a visit to the set of BOARDWALK EMPIRE; VIP tickets to the COLBERT REPORT; and a private screening at Anthology. Winners will be announced at the event; ticket purchasers do not need to be present at the event to win the raffle!

Ticket information right here.

Each year Anthology Film Archives honors those who have made important contributions to our collective film heritage at its Film Preservation Honors and Benefit, which also supports Anthology’s ongoing film preservation and public screening programs.

For its honorees this year, Anthology is very pleased to honor Cinetech, The Women’s Film Preservation Fund, and Richard Pena for their work in the field of film preservation.

All proceeds from the benefit support Anthology Film Archives, which has been dedicated to preserving, presenting, and promoting independent, non-commercial, and avant-garde cinema for over 40 years.

1 comment:

Julius Klein said...

I remember their "score man" in Chicago in the late 70ies,,,