From "On the Town" to "Naked City": Films of 1940s New York

When: Thursday, June 15, 6:30pm
Price: $15 and up | $10 for Museum members
Image credit: Summer street car in NYC, 1946 by Todd Webb

Join architect, author, and Emmy Award-winning filmmaker James Sanders for an evening exploring key films from New York City in the 1940s – when the advent of on-location filming and a plethora of different genres showcased not only the city's physical landscape, but also the contradictory cultural and social undercurrents coursing through it. Presented in conjunction with our new exhibition, A City Seen: Todd Webb's Post War New York, 1945-1960

$20 for adults | $15 for seniors, students & educators (with ID) | $10 for Museum members. Includes Museum admission.

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