Thursday, January 14, 2010

"How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Steeple" -- A Friends of Michael Williams Benefit Screening featuring "DR. STRANGELOVE"

This concept is GENIUS! But... we would expect nothing less from the Williams Camp. And for those of you who do not know Michael personally, yes, that is him in the poster. Pretty cool, huh?

Here's the info...

Sunday, January 24, 6:00 PM
With a personal introduction by Michael Williams
Directed by Stanley Kubrick
Comedy/Thriller, 93 Minutes, Rated PG
Tickets and more information:

It's good to have friends. Michael Williams has always been a true friend to the Robinson Film Center, whether volunteering his time and creativity in support of our organization or simply by being one of our most enthusiastic patrons, someone we could count on seeing in the popcorn line just about every weekend...until he was hit by a 22,000-pound steeple on Thursday, October 29.

While his recovery has gone extraordinarily well by all accounts, it has also been extraordinarily expensive. Join us for this special screening of Stanley Kubrick's DR. STRANGELOVE with a personal introduction by none other than our friend, Michael Williams. All proceeds from this event will help defray the costs of his ongoing medical care.

Can't attend? Support Michael's recovery by donating and join us in spirit by attending "virtually"! Just pick a donation amount and/or quantity above. (Two $5 donations are $10, etc.)

Please bring your receipt to the theater for admission. Unfortunately we can only sell tickets online, so make sure to buy them ahead of time.