The American Cinematheque Award is presented annually to an extraordinary artist currently making a significant contribution to the art of the Moving Picture. Proceeds fund the public programs of the Cinematheque.
Amy Adams is the the 2017 recipient of the American Cinematheque Award. This is the 31st annual award that the American Cinematheque has bestowed. In 2016 the American Cinematheque honored Ridley Scott.
More details will be announced as they are confirmed.
Tickets to the Gala start at $600. For more information call 323.314-7000.
Proceeds from this annual tribute fund the year-round community film programs of the American Cinematheque, the non-profit viewer-supported arts organization that preserves the historic 1922 Egyptian Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard and the 1940 Aero Theatre on Montana Avenue in Santa Monica.
The American Cinematheque’s public programming celebrates the art of the moving picture in all of its forms — from the classics, to American independents, the latest international productions, documentaries, shorts, animation, and experimental projects.
Series are highlighted by screenings of rare works, special prints and audience discussions with filmmakers.
The Cinematheque is dedicated to preserving the movie-going experience — presenting films on the big screen, as they were meant to be seen and heard.
More information available soon on our website.
All attendees must purchase a ticket in advance of the day of the event. Tickets are not sold at the door. This event is at The Beverly Hilton, not at our theaters.