Sunday, March 13 at 2:00pm | $15 | All proceeds benefit the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation
Join us for our annual Elizabeth Taylor birthday celebration with a screening of the 1956 classic GIANT, hosted by Elizabeth Taylor's granddaughter, Laela Wilding. This is the 60th anniversary of the film, and will be shown in 35mm.
This screening is a benefit for Our House of Portland and Nkosi's Haven in South Africa. Both organizations are dedicated to supporting low-income HIV + people with holistic care, housing and more. Please take a moment to learn more about each of these inspired programs.
100% of ticket price and additional funds raised will go directly to these organizations.
GIANT (1956): George Stevens' sprawling epic follows a Texas family over a quarter century from the 1920s until after World War II. Bick Benedict (Rock Hudson) is a wealthy rancher who returns home from a trip to the East Coast with love interest Leslie Lynnton (Elizabeth Taylor). Though Bick and Leslie get married, she clashes with his sister Luz (Mercedes McCambridge) and wins the admiration of the ambitious young Jett Rink (James Dean). Bick and Jett form a tense rivalry that continues to surface as the years pass and fortunes change in this sweeping drama.