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FILM NIGHT IN THE PARK FALL, 2004 Sat., Sept.. 18th @ Washington Sq. Park Sat., Oct. 9th @ Dolores Park PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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FILM NIGHT IN THE PARKFALL, 2004

Sat., Sept.. 18th @ Washington Sq. Park Sat., Oct. 9th @ Dolores Park

  • Over the last two years the Film Night in the Park series presented by the San Francisco Neighborhood Theater Foundation and the Telegraph Hill Dwellers has become one of San Francisco’s most popular neighborhood events. 3,000 filmgoers attended the two Film Night in the Park screenings in the Spring of 2004 and the inaugural screening at Dolores Park was a huge success attracting approximately 1,700 people.

  • This fall, the Film Night in the Park series will continue as once we’ll work with local residents and merchants to present two more outdoor film screenings.

  • On Saturday, September 18th Film Night in the Park presents the 1947 film-noir thriller “Dark Passage”, starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall at North Beach’s Washington Square Park.

  • On Saturday, October 9th Film Night in the Park presents the 1972 cult classic “Harold and Maude” at Dolores Park.

  • Both films will be presented on a giant outdoor screen and will be preceded by previews of films produced by local filmmakers. Our goal is to create an exciting and fun event that brings the community together and demonstrates the value of film in our neighborhoods. Screenings attract residents from throughout San Francisco and the Bay Area.

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

PREMIERE: $2,000 AND UP

FEATURING

EVENT NOTES

  • Top billing as one of only three premiere sponsors for Sept. 18th and Oct. 9th screenings.

  • Premium placement of logo on event posters for both events (Citywide Distribution of 500)

  • Full-Screen Logo in pre-show slide show at both events.

  • Acknowledgment in email event announcements, top billing/logo placement on website event page at www.sfntf.org. Includes web-links.

  • Over 3,000 Attendees

  • Incredible Only-In-S.F. Atmosphere.

  • Popular Event with Growing Audience

  • Great community building Event

  • Significant Resident and Merchant Involvement

  • Diverse Audience

  • Popular Films

DARK PASAGE@ Wash. Sq. Park

1947 film-noir thriller shot in San Francisco and starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall.

HAROLD AND MAUDE @ Dolores Park

1972 cult classic shot throughout Northern California. Starring Ruth Gordon, Bud Cort and a Cat Stevens soundtrack.

PATRON: $250 AND UP

  • Logo placement on posters for both events (distribution of 500).

  • Listing on website event page at SFNTF.org includes web links.

  • Full -Screen Logo Placement in pre-show slide at both events

FRIEND $125 AND UP

  • Listing on posters for one event only (Distribution of 250)

  • Listing on main event web page at www.sfntf.org (no links).

  • Logo Placement in pre-show slide show at one event only.

For more informationplease call (415) 465-FILM. Logo art must be emailed to [email protected] (jpg or tif files) by Weds. 8/25.

All checks should be made payable to S.F. Neighborhood Theater Foundation, 62 Vicksburg Street, San Francisco, CA 94114.


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FILM NIGHT IN THE PARKFALL, 2004

Sat., Sept.. 18th @ Washington Sq. Park Sat., Oct. 9th @ Dolores Park

  • Over the last two years the Film Night in the Park series presented by the San Francisco Neighborhood Theater Foundation and the Telegraph Hill Dwellers has become one of San Francisco’s most popular neighborhood events. 3,000 filmgoers attended the two Film Night in the Park screenings in the Spring of 2004 and the inaugural screening at Dolores Park was a huge success attracting approximately 1,700 people.

  • This fall, the Film Night in the Park series will continue as once we’ll work with local residents and merchants to present two more outdoor film screenings.

  • On Saturday, September 18th Film Night in the Park presents the 1947 film-noir thriller “Dark Passage”, starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall at North Beach’s Washington Square Park.

  • On Saturday, October 9th Film Night in the Park presents the 1972 cult classic “Harold and Maude” at Dolores Park.

  • Both films will be presented on a giant outdoor screen and will be preceded by previews of films produced by local filmmakers. Our goal is to create an exciting and fun event that brings the community together and demonstrates the value of film in our neighborhoods. Screenings attract residents from throughout San Francisco and the Bay Area.

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

PREMIERE: $2,000 AND UP

FEATURING

EVENT NOTES

  • Top billing as one of only three premiere sponsors for Sept. 18th and Oct. 9th screenings.

  • Premium placement of logo on event posters for both events (Citywide Distribution of 500)

  • Full-Screen Logo in pre-show slide show at both events.

  • Acknowledgment in email event announcements, top billing/logo placement on website event page at www.sfntf.org. Includes web-links.

  • Over 3,000 Attendees

  • Incredible Only-In-S.F. Atmosphere.

  • Popular Event with Growing Audience

  • Great community building Event

  • Significant Resident and Merchant Involvement

  • Diverse Audience

  • Popular Films

DARK PASAGE@ Wash. Sq. Park

1947 film-noir thriller shot in San Francisco and starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall.

HAROLD AND MAUDE @ Dolores Park

1972 cult classic shot throughout Northern California. Starring Ruth Gordon, Bud Cort and a Cat Stevens soundtrack.

PATRON: $250 AND UP

  • Logo placement on posters for both events (distribution of 500).

  • Listing on website event page at SFNTF.org includes web links.

  • Full -Screen Logo Placement in pre-show slide at both events

FRIEND $125 AND UP

  • Listing on posters for one event only (Distribution of 250)

  • Listing on main event web page at www.sfntf.org (no links).

  • Logo Placement in pre-show slide show at one event only.

For more informationplease call (415) 465-FILM. Logo art must be emailed to [email protected] (jpg or tif files) by Weds. 8/25.

All checks should be made payable to S.F. Neighborhood Theater Foundation, 62 Vicksburg Street, San Francisco, CA 94114.


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