The Art Directors Guild (ADG) Film Society 2017 screenings series

The Art Directors Guild (ADG) Film Society 2017 screenings series entitled “PRODUCTION DESIGN: Legacy, Pageantry & Artistry” returns this spring in partnership with American Cinematheque.
Have your students studied German Expressionist film history yet?
We invite you and your students to a special double feature program ALGOL (1920) and THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI (1919): A TRIBUTE TO GERMAN ART DIRECTOR WALTER REIMANN onSunday, April 30, at 5:30 PM at the Egyptian Theatre (6712 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood).  The 2017 ADG Film Society Series is sponsored by The Hollywood Reporter.
The program also features a panel of experts including BRITT SALVESEN, Department Head and Curator of both the Prints and Drawings Department and the Wallis Annenberg Photography Department at LACMA. The panel will explore the height of German Expressionist film history and the legacy of Reimann’s work. The audience will have the rare privilege to view two rare and restored pristine prints of his films, which will be introduced by STEFAN DRÖESSLER of the Munich Film Museum.
We would like to extend 10 free tickets to  art students to attend the screening and panel. This is a great opportunity for both students and professionals to learn more about production design in film and as well as a fantastic way to network with ADG members!  I am attaching the flyer for you to distribute to your students as well as post on any office bulletin boards.
Please have your students and guests RSVP no later than Friday, April 28, at 3:00 pm to Debbie Patton filmsociety@artdirectors.org. For more information about the screening, click here.
We look forward to having you and your students join us for this exciting screening series!screening
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