The story chronicles the artistic life of singer/entertainer, John Hemmer, along with some of his community of fellow performers, many of who began their careers in the 1950’s and 1960’s, a heyday for supper clubs, cabaret and theater. To learn more, click here.
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The Al Larvick Conservation Fund offers a small grant-making program to preserve American historical and cultural heritage through the conservation and digital transfer of home and amateur audiovisual materials.
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The second Al Larvick North Dakota Grant round opens August 29th, 2016.
Winners of the first Al Larvick National Grant will be announced later this summer.
Mothers & Daughters
Look at Us Now Mother!, Gayle Kirschenbaum’s personal documentary chronicles the funny and emotional journey of a tumultuous mother-daugther relationship, told through Gayle’s own experiences with her mother, Mildred.
To learn more about this incredible and entertaining study of familial relationships, visit www.lookatusnowmother.com.
Screenings and related events are scheduled throughout 2016.