THE HOLLYWOOD FOREIGN PRESS ASSOCIATION, THE FILM FOUNDATION, AND THE AMERICAN CINEMATHEQUE’S CELEBRATE THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS WITH A SERIES OF RESTORED CLASSIC FILMS
Steven Spielberg and Christopher Nolan will join the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), The FilmFoundation, and the American Cinematheque in person for select programs in a series celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the Golden Globe Awards. The screening series which will take place Sept. 21-24, 2017 at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood will showcase 35mm prints of restored classic films, including Elia Kazan’s A Face In The Crowd, the Powell-Pressburger masterpiece The Red Shoes, Robert Altman’s Come BackTo The Five And Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean, the first film version of DeathOf A Salesman, and Indian director Satyajit Ray’s acclaimed Apu Trilogy. The film restorations have been made possible in part by grants awarded annually to The Film Foundation by the HFPA. To date, the HFPA, in partnership with The Film Foundation, has helped fund the restoration of over 90 classic feature films.