THE 16th ANNUAL
AMERICAN CINEMATHEQUE AWARD
HONORING NICOLAS CAGE
October 28, 2001
Beverly Hilton Hotel
Film titles in ()'s indicated films made with Nicolas Cage.
(as of 10/26/01)
Talent Confirmed To Participate in the Show
Lara Flynn Boyle (RED ROCK WEST)
Jim Carrey (PEGGY SUE GOT MARRIED) Presenting Award to Mr. Cage
Dennis Franz (CITY OF ANGELS)
Dennis Hopper (RED ROCK WEST, RUMBLEFISH)
Samuel L. Jackson (AMOS & ANDREW, KISS OF DEATH) Hosting the Show
Jay Leno (THE TONIGHT SHOW) (will arrive after show starts)
Jon Lovitz (TRAPPED IN PARADISE)
Elisabeth Shue (LEAVING LAS VEGAS)
Christian Slater (WINDTALKERS)
Bob DeBitetto, President of Original Programming, TNT
Jerry Bruckheimer,Event Co-Chair (Producer, GONE IN SIXTY SECONDS)
Peter Dekom (American Cinematheque Co-Chairman)
Jonathan Dolgen, Event Co-Chair (Chairman, Paramount Pictures)
Marc Forster (dir. MONSTERS BALL & EVERYTHING PUT TOGETHER (A Cinematheque Release))
Cuba Gooding, Jr.
Gerry Harrington, Event Co-Chair (Nicolas Cages Manager - Brillstein Grey Entertainment)
Norman Jewison (dir. MOONSTRUCK)
Mike Medavoy, (American Cinematheque Co-Chairman Phoenix Pictures)
Lisa Marie Presley
Henry Shields, Jr. (American Cinematheque President)
Barbara Smith (American Cinematheque Director)
Francine York (THE FAMILY MAN)
Tom Waits (THE COTTON CLUB, RUMBLEFISH)
Taped Messages Shown During the Show:
Cher; Francis Ford Coppola (THE COTTON CLUB, RUMBLEFISH, PEGGY SUE GOT MARRIED)
Mike Figgis (LEAVING LAS VEGAS)
James Gandolfini (8 MM)
Angelina Jolie (GONE IN SIXTY SECONDS)
Spike Jonze (ADAPTATION)
Ving Rhames (BRINGING OUT THE DEAD, CON AIR, KISS OF DEATH)
Martin Scorsese (BRINGING OUT THE DEAD); Meryl Streep (ADAPTATION)
John Travolta (FACE/OFF); John Woo (WINDTALKERS, FACE/OFF)
Updates at: http://220.127.116.11/pressreleases/2001/niccageoct28.htm
The American Cinematheque Presents
The 2001 PRESENTATION OF THE 16th annual AMERICAN CINEMATHEQUE award
Honoring Nicolas Cage
WHO: This year's honoree is Nicolas Cage.
WHAT: The American Cinematheque Award presentation is one of Hollywood's premiere annual events. The benefit dinner and live show is attended by prominent leaders in the entertainment industry. Each year The American Cinematheque Award honors "an extraordinary artist in the entertainment industry currently making a significant contribution to the Art of the Moving Picture." Past honorees include: Eddie Murphy (1986), Bette Midler (1987), Robin Williams (1988), Steven Spielberg (1989), Ron Howard (1990), Martin Scorsese (1991), Sean Connery (1992), Michael Douglas (1993), Rob Reiner (1994), Mel Gibson (1995), Tom Cruise (1996) and John Travolta (1997) Arnold Schwarzenegger (1998); Jodie Foster (1999); and Bruce Willis (2000).
WHEN: Sunday, October 28, 2001
5:00 pm Press Check-in opens on Plaza level of hotel (far west corridor near flower shop).
6:30 pm Arrivals begin. Red carpet is in valet area in front of hotel.
7:00 pm Photo Op (EMPIRE ROOM) with Nicolas Cage. (you can plug into mult box for sound)
*ALL ATTENDEES WILL BE ASKED TO DISPLAY PHOTO ID (CA Drivers License or passport) IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THE EVENT. Attire is Black Tie Optional.
Cameras are not allowed in the Ballroom itself.
WHERE: Beverly Hilton Hotel (9876 Wilshire Blvd.) -- International Ballroom. Self Park. No validation.
Funds raised go towards the American Cinematheque's operating costs for its year round public film and video programs.
HONORARY CHAIRS: Jerry Bruckheimer, Jonathan Dolgen & Gerry Harrington
HOST: Samuel L. Jackson
AWARD PRESENTATION BY: Jim Carrey
MUSICAL GUEST: Tom Waits
PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS: Lara Flynn Boyle; Dennis Franz; Dennis Hopper; Jay Leno; Jon Lovitz; Elisabeth Shue; Christian Slater. Additional participants will be announced as they are confirmed. *(taped messages from) Cher, Francis Ford Coppola; Johnny Depp; Mike Figgis; John Goodman, Angelina Jolie; Spike Jonze; Ving Rhames; Martin Scorsese; Meryl Streep; John Travolta; John Woo.
EXEC. PRODUCERS: Paul Flattery/Robert Dalrymple
PRODUCER: Irene Crinita
DIRECTOR: Michael Dempsey
WRITERS: Ed Driscoll/Paul Flattery
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER TNT: Sandy Shapiro
THE AWARD SHOW WILL BE TAPED FOR BROADCAST ON TNT IN 2002.
AMERICAN CINEMATHEQUE: Established in 1981, the American Cinematheque is a non-profit, viewer-supported film exhibition and cultural organization dedicated to the celebration of the Moving Picture in all its forms. The Cinematheque presents film and video programming which ranges from the classics and world cinemas to the outer frontiers of the art form. Exhibition of rare works, special prints within our series, etc. are a Cinematheque tradition that keep the avid film lover coming back for once-in-a-lifetime cinema experiences. We also treat our audiences to fascinating post-screening discussions with the filmmakers who created the work. In 2000, the Cinematheque launched its own DVD and video label, "American Cinematheque Presents," to broaden the availability of its critically acclaimed programming. In Fall 2001 EVERYTHING PUT TOGETHER and AUDITION will be the labels first two new theatrical releases. The American Cinematheque owns and operates the historic 1922 Egyptian Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard. The building has won every major preservation award since the completion of its renovation in 1998. Cinematheque is pronounced "Cinema-tech" like discotheque not "Cinema-teek."
CLIPS: TNT will provide clips on tape. If you would like to order clips please contact Kelly Kimball (TNT) at 310.788.6702 or email@example.com.
PHOTOGRAPHS: Available upon request. Nicolas Cage receiving his award from Jim Carrey; Peter Dekom & Mike Medavoy (American Cinematheque Co-Chairs); Henry Shields, Jr. (Cinematheque President) and Barbara Smith (American Cinematheque Executive Director); plus arrivals. Image Direct will have photos available immediately after the event. Contact Herb Hemming at 323.460.7173 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Outlets must cover their own photo fees. The Cinematheque will have photos later. Contact: Margot Gerber at 323/461-2020, ext. 115. More Info. at: www.egyptiantheatre.com
WE WOULD LIKE TO REMIND YOU TO MENTION THE AMERICAN CINEMATHEQUE IN CONNECTION WITH YOUR COVERAGE OF THE EVENT. BY PROVIDING US WITH COPIES OF YOUR COVERAGE, YOU WILL INSURE YOUR CREDENTIALS FOR NEXT YEAR! Mail to us at: 1800 N. Highland Avenue, Suite 717, LA, CA 90028
Credentials are closed unless you are a local news crew. (10/25)
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Moving Picture Ball