While many of us are RSVPing to weddings this season, Pace staff member Christie Nadratowski is playing an extra special role: Making sure brides look as beautiful as can be when you see them walking down the aisle.
For some of us, cooking is a chore. But for Cara Cea, manager of public information at Pace, it’s so much more. As an award-winning cook, food writer, and farmer’s market president, food isn’t just something she eats. It’s something she lives for.
On Saturday, December 7, head to Pleasantville for a day of fun, film, and food as grad students from Dyson College’s Media, Communication, and Visual Arts program curate this first-ever, one-day film festival in celebration of Pleasantville’s 50th anniversary.
The festival, which is free and open to the public, features the best-loved films from the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, and 00s. In addition to the screenings, there will be break-out panel discussions featuring Pace’s expert faculty who will weigh in on the significance of the decade’s cinema.
After the screenings, put on your best vintage-inspired duds (black tie not required) and stroll down Pace’s red carpet to the gala reception. Guests will have the opportunity to pose with their favorite actors and actresses (okay, fine, they’re cardboard cut outs, but it will be fun—we promise!). Don’t forget to share your best pics on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #PLV50.
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