DCTV's 40th Anniversary Celebration | Documentary.org

DCTV's 40th Anniversary Celebration | Documentary.org

On October 11, Downtown Community Television Center (DCTV) will transform its landmark firehouse into a party space for a momentous evening, honoring their illustrious history and promising future. Sheila Nevins and the HBO Documentary Films Team will be honored at the event, as well as DCTV Board Chair and longtime supporter, Cora Weiss. James Gandolfini will serve as the evening's Honorary Chair.

Founded in 1972 by husband and wife filmmakers Jon Alpert and Keiko Tsuno, DCTV has grown into one of the leading documentary film education and production centers in the country, providing resources for thousands of filmmakers and students, including equipment and facility rentals, screenings, master classes, post-production services and educational programs. DCTV's film and television work has been recognized with 15 National Emmy Awards, three duPont-Columbia Awards, an Academy Award® Nomination, a Peabody Award, six New York Emmy Awards® and many other accolades at film festivals and competitions around the world.

The DCTV 40th Anniversary Celebration will be held Thursday, October 11th at 87 Lafayette Street, New York City.

Tickets are open to the general public and can be purchased at www.dctvny.org. All proceeds benefit the organization and are tax deductible.

Location Name: DCTV
Address: 87 Lafayette Street, New York City, NY
More info: http://www.dctvny.org/