BEVERLY HILLS—The city of Beverly Hills and the Beverly Hills Historical Society will present the documentary “History of Beverly Hills; 100 Years, 100 Stories.” The screening will be directed and produced by Beverly Hills Historical Society Member, Phil Savenick and will take place on January 7, 2016, according to a press release from the City of Beverly Hills at the Bram Goldsmith Theatre at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts.
The documentary screening, with additional funding from representatives, Lili Bosse, Nancy Krasne, Robbie Anderson and the generous support of Benjamin and Rose Norton,will give audiences an inside peek at the life of Beverly Hills, “The most famous small city in the world” from the “Rancho Days” to present. Over 150 residential interviews and 100s of rare photos and film clips will also be featured.
Therese Kosterman, Public Information Manager of the City of Beverly Hills, informed Canyon News that ticket reservations for the one day document screening is now available online, but are at limited capacity. For seating, advance reservations are required and are free as well, however, capacity is set to the first 500 people who sign up. There will also be an additional screening site across the street, which will seat 150 people.
For more information about “Beverly Hills: 100 Years, 100 Stories,” please contact (213) 792-2447 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For vehicles arriving after 6 p.m. parking is free at the Civic Center Parking garage on Rexford Drive. Crescent Drive Avenue parking requires a $5 fee.