Grand Central Market | Events | Angels Flight Fundraiser at the Million Dollar Theatre | Help us “Keep The Lights On” at Angels Flight as the Angels Flight Railway Foundation continues to seek a solution for the funicular’s regulatory issues.
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Angels Flight Fundraiser at the Million Dollar Theatre
November 05, 2015

Help us “Keep The Lights On” at Angels Flight as the Angels Flight Railway Foundation continues to seek a solution for the funicular’s regulatory issues.

The Angels Flight Railway Foundation is proud to present a full evening of talks, film clips and a screening of the 1951 Joseph Losey Film, “M.” All proceeds go to the Foundation.

The film never had a theatrical release, so this is very much a “homecoming.”

LINE UP

Hal Bastian, President of the Angels Flight Railway Foundation, will introduce the proceedings:

• A 45-minute illustrated talk by Nathan Marsak, LAVA’s 2015 Visionary of the Year, about the lost Victorian neighborhood of Bunker Hill and Angels Flight’s importance to the community. Included will be many rare images from Nathan’s personal collection. Nathan will also introduce a series of short film clips featuring Angels Flight through the decades.

• A screening of the Film Noir classic “M” (Joseph Losey, 1951) introduced by Harold Nebenzal, who with his father, Seymour Nebenzal, produced the film with its stunning location photography on Bunker Hill and in the Bradbury Building. (Seymour Nebenzal also produced the original, German version of “M” (Fritz Lang, 1931).

Please join us for an evening of cinematic thrills and historical enlightenment, dedicated to the preservation and return to service of downtown’s beloved Angels Flight Railway.

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE 

 

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