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El Paso Events Celebrating the film ‘Giant’ set to Start Saturday

The El Paso Museum of History is honored to work with the El Paso Community Foundation and the Plaza Classic Film Festival to host A ‘Giant’ Story: When Hollywood Came to West Texas. The free exhibit, which honors the 60th anniversary of the epic that was shot in Marfa, is open to the public through Sunday, September 18, during regular museum hours.

Tours, lectures and screenings of related films, including Texas filmmaker Hector Galan’s 2015 documentary, Children of Giant, will be part of the Giant celebration.

Saturday, August 6

  • Film Talk: Giant, 5 p.m., Philanthropy Theater, in the Plaza Theatre, Free
  • Film: Giant, 6 p.m. Kendle Kidd. Performance Hall in the Plaza Theatre. Special guest Elsa Cardenas, $10.

Sunday, August 7

  • Zip tour: A ‘Giant’ Story: When Hollywood Came to West Texas, Noon. Join Doug Pullen, Program Director of the Plaza Classic Film Festival from the El Paso Community Foundation in a brief tour of the exhibit. Free
  • Film Talk: Children of Giant, 1 p.m. Hollywood veteran and Marfa resident Carolyn Pfeiffer, Executive Producer and Hector Galan, Director of the documentary: Children of Giant. They will discuss the making of Giant, Marfa, and more in this informal discussion. Free

Monday, August 6

  • Children of Giant: 2 p.m., El Paso Public Library, with Director Hector Galan and Producer Carolyn Pfeiffer. Free

Tuesday, August 16, 2016                      

  • Zip Tour A ‘Giant’ Story: When Hollywood Came to West Texas, noon. Please join us for a quick 20 minute tour of the exhibit: A ‘Giant’ Story: When Hollywood Came to West Texas. Free

Saturday, August 20, 2016 

  • Tour A ‘Giant’ Story: When Hollywood Came to West Texas,10 a.m. Please join us in a tour of the exhibit: A ‘Giant’ Story: When Hollywood Came to West Texas. Free

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