An American in Paris (1951)
The purpose of cinema, said director Vincente Minnelli, is to provide “a little magic.”
For nearly two decades Minnelli (one-time husband of Judy Garland) did just that in lavish Technicolor musicals and intimate black-and-white dramas. Join us in the Film Vault in May for music, magic, and emotions.
All films are screened in the Stanley H. Durwood Film Vault. Admission is free.
SATURDAYS at 1:30 p.m.
|May 5||Meet Me in St. Louis (1944: NR)|
|May 12||The Band Wagon (1953: NR)|
|May 19||Lust for Life (1956: NR)|
|May 26||An American in Paris (1951: NR)|
MONDAYS at 6:30 p.m.
|May 7||Father of the Bride (1950: NR)|
|May 14||The Bad and the Beautiful (1952: NR)|
|May 21||The Clock (1945: NR)|