The New Beverly Cinema will be hosting a screening of the original Halloween in 35mm (as per usual for the last great revival theater in the country), and the ticket price will go to the Debra Hill Fellowship, a grant named after the Halloween producer which is awarded yearly to a young producer graduating from an accredited graduate film program with a producing curriculum. The PGA says “Recipients of the Fellowship are selected by the PGA’s Debra Hill Fellowship Committee and awarded based on candidates’ professional promise and and personal reflection of Debra Hill’s legacy of humanism and activism.”
The screening will take place on Friday, October 26th, with special guest John Carpenter in attendance. The poster pictured above will come with the ticket price (a semi-steep $100, but the event is sure to sell out), and a special variant edition will come with VIP entry. The poster was designed by Ken Taylor for Mondo, and if you think about it, the poster will be much more expensive later on eBay, so fans that can’t live without one will get a good deal in seeing the movie, listening to Carpenter talk, and walking away with the poster.