Preservation Foundation Summer Film Night Series: Anxiety, Change, and Progress - May 27, June 17, and July 22
This summer, the Preservation Foundation will offer a special summer series of Film Nights. The films will offer a representation of a culture or group in flux. All deal with the themes of anxiety, change and progress. The Foundation’s Director of Public Affairs Alexander C. Ives will, as with the previous Film Nights present short introductions for each film.
Each film showing is free to all, though seating is limited. To make reservations please respond to this email or call 561.832.0731.
The Film Nights will be held at 6pm at the Foundation’s offices located at 311 Peruvian Avenue in Palm Beach.
Drinks, sodas, wine, and food snacks will be provided with each film. As well, the special Palm Beach Martinis, made famous during last year’s Film Nights, will be available for all.
Summer Hours/L’Heure d’eté (2008) – Thursday, May 27th – 6pm
The Magnificent Ambersons (1942) – Thursday, June 17th – 6pm
Penn Station and Mad Men: Love Among the Ruins (2009) – Thursday, July 22nd – 6pm
Alexander C. Ives
Director of Public Affairs
Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach
311 Peruvian Avenue
Palm Beach, Florida 33480