2011 FILM PRESERVATION HONORS & 40th ANNIVERSARY BENEFIT CONCERT
April 27 at City Winery
Since 1992 Anthology Film Archives has presented an annual event honoring individuals and institutions that have made important contributions to the preservation and understanding of our film heritage. This year’s event, on Wednesday, April 27, will encompass a celebration of Anthology’s 40th Anniversary, with a live program of performances and music, as well as tributes to our 2011 Preservation Honorees: filmmaker Albert Maysles; Vlada Petric, founding director of the Harvard Film Archive; film scholar Tony Pipolo; Technicolor; and the Library of Congress, for creating the National Film Registry.
Taking place at City Winery, located at 155 Varick Street in Lower Manhattan, the event will feature performances and appearances by Harmony Korine, Marina Abramovic, Richard Barone, Ólöf Arnalds, and Transgendered Jesus, as well as others to-be-announced. Performances will precede and follow the Honors presentations. The event will be hosted by Jonas Mekas; the master of ceremonies will be Richard Barone; and special speakers will include Andrew Sarris, Lola Schnabel, Ed Bland, Stuart Liebman, and Jonas Mekas.
Doors will open at 7:00pm, with performances beginning at 7:30.
For General Admission tickets – $40 – click here.
For Benefit table seats with light dinner and wine – $200 – click here.
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