The Picture House’s Second Century Campaign
Securing a bright future of movies and more for the next 100 years.
Last night, we officially kicked off our theater’s centennial with Marquee Night – a virtual celebration of film lovers and supporters coming together online to commemorate this most meaningful milestone. We paid tribute to five remarkable honorees, Marshall Fine, Cynthia Erivo, Bird Runningwater, and Missy and James Palmisciano, all of whom have made important contributions to film, our regional film center, and the community at large. And we shared our gratitude to all of you who have stood by us through thick and thin – as we witnessed time and again throughout this challenging year.
If you were unable to join us last night, you can watch the hour-long event HERE. The auction will be open until 6:00 p.m. tonight, Sunday, March 21.
And while the show may be over, the year-long Centennial Celebration is just beginning. Today, with pride, optimism, and hope for a bright future of movies and so much more, we share with you our Centennial website. We hope you take some time to look through and learn about the ONE PAST, ONE PRESENT, and ONE FUTURE of The Picture House Regional Film Center. We highlight historical moments, reflect on where we are today, share our vision for the next 100 years, and introduce our Second Century Campaign.
Together, we will ensure that our screens stay bright, our stages and classrooms buzz with excitement, and our iconic neon remains a beacon for the next 100 years and beyond.
We want to hear from you! Have a TPH memory you’d like to share? Take a short video and email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and you may be featured on the site.