Throughout August, when you’re done checking out the Warhol exhibit at MOCA, you can move the party on over to the Egyptian Theatre where the American Cinematheque will be hosting a month long series of Warhol cinematic adventures from July 31 – August 28. The series will include “Poor Little Rich Girl”, “Who Killed Teddy Bear”, the Los Angeles premiere of “Andy Warhol” a 1972 produced for BBC documentary on the artist, as well as personal appearances by Louis Waldon and Mary Woronov.
Check the American Cinematheque website for the complete schedule.
Posted on July 27, 2002 in News by Film Threat Staff
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