Julia Misbehaves (1948)
The retrospective, which is cutely titled “Elizabeth: The Golden Age,” will feature screenings and photos of Taylor’s work. Many of the actress’ most acclaimed works, including “National Velvet” (1944), “Father of the Bride” (1950), “A Place in the Sun” (1951), “Giant” (1956), “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” (1958), and “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” (1966) — as well as a few rarely-seen gems, such as “Julia Misbehaves” (1948), a romantic-comedy in which the 16-year-old Taylor receives her first on-screen kiss, and a 70mm “deluxe screening” of her epic bomb “Cleopatra” (1963) — will be shown on the big screen at Lincoln Center’s Walter Reade Theater from May 20 through May 22. Additionally,
The Film Society Of Lincoln Center has announced that they will be hosting a new film series, entitled Elizabeth: The Golden Age. Screening at the Walter Reade Theater from May 20-22, this will be the first retrospective of the icon’s work in NY, since her death. It will also go hand-in-hand with a photo exhibit, which will be on display from May 20-June 9, thanks to the Fslc, Kobal Collection and BigEyeGallery.com.
Tickets will be going on sale on May 5, and the series will feature such films as Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf and A Place In The Sun. Also screening will be Julia Misbehaves, a rare film which also happens to features the actress’ first on-screen kiss,
Retrospective of Elizabeth Taylor.s films will include exhibit of classic images from the film legend.s iconic life.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced the details today for the upcoming film series, Elizabeth: The Golden Age which will screen at the Walter Reade Theater May 20-22. The series will mark the first retrospective of Taylor.s work in New York following her recent passing. As part of the retrospective, Fslc has teamed with The Kobal Collection and Big Eye Gallery.com to display a photo exhibit of some of the most well-known and celebrated images of the screen icon. The exhibit will be on display from May 20 . June 9.
Highlights from Elizabeth: The Golden Age include; a rare screening of Julia Misbehaves (1948), the raucous romantic comedy directed by Jack Conway, features the 16-year-old Taylor.s first on-screen
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