Love Is The Message - A Night at the Gallery 1977 - A Film by Nicky Siano
Derek Pavone and Bottom Forty proudly present a special limited engagement screening of an important snapshot of American dance music history. Love Is The Message - A Night At The Gallery 1977, directed by Nicky Siano, takes the viewer back to the heyday of dance music for one night at New York's famed club, The Gallery.
In 1972 The Gallery opened and for 6 years it ruled as New York City's hottest dance club.. Now, for the first time in film history, you will go inside one of the hottest clubs ever, actually filmed at the club during its heyday. Sequences filmed inside The Gallery were directed by Jim Bidgood, who directed the classic Pink Narcissus. It has been called "The First Disco." The innovative lighting, environment, and sound design was the inspiration for Paradise Garage and Studio 54. Heralded by New York Magazine and many other publications as the impetus for the disco scene. Now, for the first time ever, you will spend a night at The Gallery circa 1976-77. You will be transported into the past, and you will never want to return!
To honor Siano's work with HIV/AIDS prevention and alternative treatments all proceeds of this screening will benefit Gay City Health Project. Additionally, a donation of $5.00 will enter you into a drawing for a signed copy of the DVD. A total of eight (8) copies will be given away during a random drawing of all qualified donors. A Paypal account is required to donate online through Brown Paper Tickets. Donations can also be made at each screening which are cash only. Drawing to be conducted Sunday June 8th and winners will be contacted.
Northwest Film Forum (View)
1515 12th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
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