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The Academy Would Like to Thank Amadeus

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences sent over word late Friday that this month's Monday Nights with Oscar event on July 16 will host a screening of Amadeus, which claimed the organization's Best Picture, Best Director (Milos Forman) and Best Actor (F. Murray Abraham) awards --among others -- in 1984. Forman and Abraham will join actors Tom Hulce and Christine Ebersole and art director Patrizia Von Brandenstein for a discussion following the film. Forman will be in town for the second round of promotions for his latest film Goya's Ghosts; if you're into hearing about the art, craft and execution of period biopics, you probably couldn't do much better than this.

Perhaps the best part: Tickets are $5 for non-members of the Academy (and face it: odds are that's you) and $3 for students with vaild ID. You can reserve tickets by calling 1-888-778-7575; some may be available for purchase at the theater the night of, but I wouldn't count on it. In any event, expect to read about it next week on The Reeler, along with more from Forman about Goya's Ghosts.

Posted at July 9, 2007 12:05 PM

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