As we wrap up the first half of our inaugural season, all of us at Malibu Film Society want to extend a special thanks to those who’ve helped make these past several months such an incredible success:
Producer/director James Cameron honoring the legendary Stan Winston as our very first “Malibu Filmmaker of the Year.”
Filmmaker Charles Hambleton and actress Hayden Panetierre presenting the critically acclaimed documentary, “The Cove.”
Composer Maria Newman conducting a live chamber orchestra to her original score for the fully restored Mary Pickford silent film classic, “Daddy Long Legs,” hosted by Pickford Foundation curator Hugh Munro Neely.
Actress Tanna Frederick hosting an audience Q&A at our very first Academy screening, Indy film director Henry Jaglom’s “Irene in Time.”
International TV host and former Miss Afghanistan Zohra Daoud, presenting a screening of this year’s UK submission for Best Foreign Film, “Afghan Star.”
Veteran publicist Dick Guttman sharing his personal behind-the-scenes stories at our 50th anniversary screening of “Some Like It Hot.”
Be sure to join us for even more exciting events in 2010! Guarantee your seats and avoid future sell-outs by joining MFS today at MalibuFilmSociety.org. Gift certificates are also available, priced to fit every budget. For more information, please call 310.589.0223.
On behalf of our entire board, we want to wish you the happiest of holidays and a wonderful New Year, when we’ll be looking forward to seeing you at the movies!
Karen Portugal York