As part of its ongoing collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art, the Andy Warhol Film Project at the Whitney will be hosting two programs of rare, newly preserved Warhol films, presented at the Museum of Modern Art on October 27 as part of To Save and Project: The 11th MoMA International Festival of Film Preservation. Organized by the Andy Warhol Film Project‘s John G. Hanhardt and Claire K. Henry, the program will feature Andy Warhol Film Project catalogue raisonné contributor Bruce Jenkins discussing Warhol’s early film practice with poet John Giorno following the screening of several Warhol shorts from 1963. The newly preserved Tiger Morse (Reel 14 of ****, 1966) will then premiere, followed by a discussion between Andy Warhol Film Project catalogue raisonné contributor Bill Horrigan and photographer Billy Name.
Sunday, October 27
Program 1: 1:30pm
Andy Warhol’s Short Films from 1963
Featuring John Giorno in Conversation with Bruce Jenkins
Program 2: 3:45pm
Andy Warhol’s Tiger Morse (Reel 14 of ****)
Presented by Bill Horrigan and Billy Name
These Warhol films have been preserved with a grant from the National Film Preservation Foundation by The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, as part of the museum’s larger mission of promoting and safeguarding Andy Warhol’s legacy.
Please note: This event takes place at the Museum of Modern Art, 11 West 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019. Whitney members receive half price tickets at the door. Become a member, or upgrade your membership by calling (212) 570-3641.