President John F. Kennedy launched the space race in 1962 with a vow that the United States would put a man on the moon. Now his niece, filmmaker Rory Kennedy, tells the inspiring stories of the women and men of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration who reached that goal before going on to take NASA to places JFK never imagined.
The artwork of septuagenarian twins Joel-Peter and Jerome Witkin transcends genres and traditional form. WITKIN + WITKIN explores the brothers’ complicated relationship with one another and examines depths and divisions in their work.
On April 10, AFI gathered members of the Premiere Circle and other major supporters at the Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles for an intimate dinner and conversation with former 20th Century Fox and Paramount Pictures head Sherry Lansing.