Ever wonder where the inspiration came from for some of the best known Hollywood blockbusters? This month, you’ll have the chance to find out at this exclusive event with Martin Scorsese.
On Wednesday, November 14, Martin Scorsese will be joining the Friends of the Erben Organ at St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral for an intimate conversation exploring his past, his future and his films. Come listen as he discusses how his childhood experiences growing up in Little Italy and serving in church inspired his imagination and served as inspiration for of the highest acclaimed films to come out of Hollywood . The director will share his views on his upbringing, his first projects, and his latest films like Silence and The Irishman. Spaces to the event are quite limited and tickets are already flying off the shelves, so if you’re an authentic cinephile, you’ll want to get them asap!
The event is being held as a fundraiser to support the maintenance and restoration of the 150-year-old Henry Erben pipe organ which is still used today at the Basilica.
Don’t miss your chance to hear the made-in-NY master, Martin Scorsese speak at this “Mean Streets to Silence: An Evening with Martin Scorsese” event. Get your tickets here.