August 20, 2015
Double Feature: Mrs. Warhol and Poor Little Rich Girl
Dickey Family Lecture Hall
Mrs. Warhol 6:45pm
16mm, color, sound, 66 mins
Warhol turns his camera on his own mother, Julia Warhola, who plays an aging movie star with a long list of former husbands. Warhol follows his delightfully odd mother as she completes her daily chores and chats away in her nearly incomprehensible Czech accent.
Poor Little Rich Girl (1965) 8:15pm
16mm, b/w, sound, 66 mins
Presented as a day in the life of Factory superstar and New York socialite Edie Sedgwick, this semi-documentary follows “poor little rich girl” Sedgwick as she wakes up, orders up coffee and juice, smokes and exercises, talks on the telephone, and explains how she ran through a sizeable inheritance in just six months.
The Tampa Museum of Art will show seven films by Andy Warhol. The exhibition in galleries celebrates Andy Warhol, the printmaker, this Film Series will celebrate Andy Warhol, the filmmaker, and his unique ability to create enduring imagery and transcend boundaries across disparate media.
Members and university students (with ID)—free admission
Non-Members included in $5.00 admission to In Living Color:
Andy Warhol and Contemporary Printmaking from the collections
of Jordan D. Schnitzer Family Foundation
Galleries will close at 7pm, please visit the exhibitions
before the film screening.
Cash bar and snacks (popcorn, potato chips, and pound cake) available for purchase.
* Galleries will close at 7pm, please visit the exhibitions before the film screening.