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Unscripted: William H. Macy

Unscripted: William H. Macy

An Evening with William H. Macy and Screening of "Fargo"

March 7, 2024

Curran Theater | 445 Geary St. San Francisco, CA 94102

Join William H. Macy for a live screening of the classic film FARGO, followed by a lively conversation and audience Q&A.


Macy will introduce and screen the film, sharing behind-the-scenes insights about his iconic role as Jerry Lundegaard, and working with the Coen brothers. Macy's performance in FARGO was critically acclaimed, and he was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. The film itself was also a critical and commercial success, winning two Academy Awards (Best Actress for Frances McDormand and Best Original Screenplay for the Coen brothers). It is considered to be one of the greatest films of the 1990s and one of the best films ever made about Minnesota.


A limited number of VIP tickets are available that include the best seats in the house along with a post-show photo opportunity with William H. Macy.

AGES & ADVISORIES: "Fargo" is rated R by the MPAA for strong violence, language, and sexuality. It is intended for audiences over the age of 17 or those under 17 but accompanied by a parent or guardian. No children under 5 allowed.


A limited number of $30 Rush tickets will be available for beginning 2 hours prior to curtain at the Curran Theatre Box Office. Tickets are subject to availability. Cash or credit. 2 per person. Rush tickets are void if resold.


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Anne Lai serves as Executive Director of the San Francisco Bay Area-based artist organization SFFILM. Initially launched in 1957, SFFILM is a year-round nonprofit organization that produces the longest running festival in the Americas, the San Francisco International Film Festival, provides film education programs to thousands of students and families in the Bay Area, and delivers a robust artist development program through direct grants, residencies, and strategic support. 

Prior to SFFILM, Anne Lai served as Director of Creative Producing and Artist Support at Sundance Institute, where she focused on discovering and nurturing emerging independent producers, screenwriters, and directors through their first or second feature films. She launched and led Sundance’s first lab dedicated to producers, re-imagined an annual summer convening of filmmakers and industry known as the Creative Producing Summit, and tailored creative and strategic support for filmmakers coming out of the renowned Directors, Screenwriters, and Creative Producing Labs year round. Additionally, Anne led curation of fiction features for Sundance Institute’s Catalyst Forum, a gathering that connects potential investors to films at a pivotal moment in their financing, and helped launch the Institute’s first Asian American Fellowship for screenwriters. During her tenure there, she worked with over 300 screenwriters, directors, and producers who represented a significant and bold collection of voices and films from early development through production and distribution. Supported filmmakers include Lulu Wang with THE FAREWELL, Reinaldo Marcus Green with MONSTERS AND MEN, Joe Talbot with THE LAST BLACK MAN IN SAN FRANCISCO, Eliza Hittman with BEACH RATS, Geremy Jasper with PATTI CAKE$, Daniels with SWISS ARMY MAN, Marielle Heller with DIARY OF A TEENAGE GIRL, Ritesh Batra with THE LUNCHBOX, and co-writer/director Benh Zeitlin with BEAST OF THE SOUTHERN WILD.

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