2010 Highlights.

W.C. Fields on Broadway Again!
This glorious W.C. Fields Exhibit at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center, May 19 through August 21. is an exhibit of love and family.
Curator, Dr. Barbara Cohen-Stratyner said, “This W.C. Fields' exhibit is wonderful....the attendance outstanding.”

June and July W.C. Fields' films featured at the Tuesday afternoon film series of the Library for the Performing Arts.
Some of the comments from attendees and film staff are
“The auditorium was packed at every screening,”
“Such warmth and love from the audience,”
“W.C. Fields' humor was not violent, it was not mean, he did not hit people,
he was humane and kind,”
“I haven't laughed so hard in years,”
“His humor is as relevant today, and he endures because it comes from the heart.”

June 6, Screening of Million Dollar Legs with commentary by John Oliver of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

June 8, Interview on National Public Radio (NPR), The Leonard Lopate Show about
“The Great W.C. Fields.”

September 23—26, 2010 Fall Cinesation Film Preservation Festival featuring W.C. Fields.

W.C. Fields' Classic Films Featured.

W.C. Fields' films were featured at The 2010 Fall Cinesation Film Preservation Festival, September 23—26, in Massillon, OH at the historic Lincoln Theatre. Opened in 1915, the Lincoln is the oldest continually operating movie theatre in this country. It is always thrilling to interact with audiences who love our grandfather's films and to see in lights on the theatre marquee “2010 W.C. Fields Classic Films.”

Lincoln Theatre marquee featuring W.C. Fields.

2010 Fall Cinesation 20th Anniversary.

W.C. Fields selected films and rare clips will be featured at the 2010 Cinesation Film Preservation Festival, September 23 through 26 in Massillon, OH with Dr. Harriet A. Fields as special guest. The Great Lakes Cinephile Society hosts Cinesation. This year is the 20th Anniversary of the Fall Cinesation Festival and will take place in the beautifully restored, historic Lincoln Theatre. For additional information and to register, visit The Great Lakes Cinephile Society Inc.

Illustration of the 20th Anniversary Fall Cinesation.