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Film Streams Feature VIII Paul Giamatti in conversation with Alexander Payne Holland Performing Arts Center

Film Streams welcomes acclaimed actor Paul Giamatti for Feature VIII, the latest fundraising gala in support of the Omaha nonprofit’s mission and programs. Joining him in conversation at the Holland Performing Arts Center will be Film Streams Board Member Alexander Payne, reuniting the pair on the 15th anniversary of their Oscar-winning collaboration, Sideways.

General Admission tickets for the presentation ($45) are available through here.  Additional gift levels with pre- and-post-party options are now sold out.

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Film Streams welcomes acclaimed actor Paul Giamatti for Feature VIII, the latest fundraising gala in support of the Omaha nonprofit’s mission and programs. Joining him in conversation at the Holland Performing Arts Center will be Film Streams Board Member Alexander Payne, reuniting the pair on the 15th anniversary of their Oscar-winning collaboration, Sideways.

General Admission tickets for the presentation ($45) are available through here.  Additional gift levels with pre- and-post-party options are now sold out.

Feature VIII Honorary Chairs:

Gerry & Bruce Lauritzen and Emily & Clark Lauritzen

About Paul Giamatti

Perhaps best known for his performance as emotionally wounded, pinot-obsessed author Miles Raymond in Sideways, Paul Giamatti has excelled for more than two decades in both leading and supporting roles, including outstanding performances in American Splendor, Cinderella Man, Straight Outta Compton, 12 Years a Slave, Saving Private Ryan, and as President John Adams in the HBO series of the same name. Recent credits include a critically acclaimed performance in Tamara Jenkins’ Private Life, which screened at the Dundee Theater this past fall, and as U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades in the Showtime series, Billions.

Film Streams is a 501(c)3 nonprofit arts organization dedicated to enhancing the cultural environment of the Omaha-Council Bluffs area through the presentation and discussion of film as an art form. The organization now operates two wonderful and distinct cinemas: the Ruth Sokolof Theater in North Downtown Omaha, and the historic Dundee Theater, Omaha’s longest surviving neighborhood cinema. More information at FilmStreams.org.


 
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