ADG Film Society and American Cinematheque Screening of "Crack in the World" and "The River" with Panel
The Art Directors Guild (ADG) Film Society and American Cinematheque (AC) will honor Production Designer Eugène Lourié with screenings of two films he designed: “Crack in the World” (1965) and “The River” (1951). These films will be shown on Sunday, June 27, at 5:30 pm at the Egyptian Theatre (6712 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood), the second of this year’s screening series highlighting the work of renowned Production Designers and their creative colleagues. The screening series is sponsored by Variety.
A panel discussion will be held between screenings with panelists Bernard Glasser, producer of “Crack in the World” as well as “The Thin Red Line” and “Return of the Fly;” William Creber, Production Designer of “Planet of the Apes,” “The Poseidon Adventure,” “The Towering Inferno” and “The Greatest Story Ever Told;” and film historian Michael Hyatt, who restored “The Day of the Triffids” and was part of the team that restored “Sweet Smell of Success” and “My Fair Lady.” Production Designer John Muto will moderate.
General admission: $11. American Cinematheque members: $7. Students/Seniors with valid ID: $9. All screenings start at 5:30 p.m.
24-hour information is available at 323-466-FILM (3456). Tickets can also be purchased at www.Fandango.com by searching the zip code 90028 to find the Egyptian Theatre.
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