R. H. Greene to Interview Filmmaker Paul Mazursky at LA County Museum of Art
LOS ANGELES-Legendary filmmaker Paul Mazursky ("Down and Out in Beverly Hills," "An Unmarried Woman") will be honored with a public screening of his Oscar-winning 1974 comedy "Harry and Tonto" at the LA County Museum of Art on Thursday, Jan. 13th at 7:30 pm in LACMA's Leo S. Bing Theater. The screening will be followed by a rare personal appearance by Mazursky to discuss his work and legacy, with the Q and A to be conducted by INCARNADINE author and public radio personality R. H. Greene.
On Saturday, Jan. 15th Mazursky will receive the LA Film Critics Association's Career Achievement Award for his contributions to the art of cinema and his impressive body of work. A profile of Mazursky and radio tribute by R. H. Greene will air on 89.3 KPCC-FM's OFF-RAMP in the Greater Los Angeles area at noon on Saturday, Jan. 8 with a rebroadcast Sunday at 7pm.