THE JIMMY DONAHUE STORY

This week—in the CLUB 57 program ERIC MARCIANO FROM FILM TO VIDEO—the Museum of Modern Art will screen Marciano’s jazz-infused take on alcoholic walker Jimmy Donahue, as well as the filmmaker’s mid-nineties 35mm work NARROWCAST.

THE JIMMY DONAHUE STORY and NARROWCAST

Monday, January 29, through Sunday, February 4, continuous gallery screenings.

Through April 1.
Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53rd Street, New York City.

Eric Marciano, The Jimmy Donahue Story (1981), written and produced by Marciano and Ignacio Valero.

From top:

Bill Brovold.

Barlo Perry, underground at Times Square subway station record shop.

Brovold and Perry drinking.

Perry and Frank Sinatra album in Ross Rare Records window on University Place.

Brovold and Perry.

Apartment scene with Victoire Taittinger, Brovold, and Perry (4).

One thought on “THE JIMMY DONAHUE STORY

  1. Eric Marciano

    A vision of a lost era of the East Village, NYC.

    As the curators at MoMA said to me at the screening of “The Jimmy Donahue Story”:
    “That film is a gem”.

    What more can be said!

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