Los Angeles, Calif. –On Wednesday, the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures announced a landmark donation of $50 million from Cheryl and Haim Saban—the largest gift to the Academy Museum Campaign. In recognition of their generosity, the May Company Building will take on a new name: the Saban Building.
The Museum also revealed that entertainment executive Ron Meyer will head its newly established Board of Trustees. As Vice Chairman of NBCUniversal—where he has become the longest-serving studio chief—and co-founder and former President of Creative Artists Agency, Meyer brings unmatched experience and vision to the Board. “It is an honor to be part of such a significant project,” Meyer said, calling the museum “an essential cultural destination for Los Angeles.”
Get a first glimpse at concepts for museum content, which includes a permanent exhibition tracing the evolution of filmmaking. Combining sets, large-scale moving images, costumes, props, sound installations, and dramatic immersive environments, this journey will evoke the power and emotion of film as visitors move through time.
Santa Clarita, Calif. – Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Santa Clarita Mayor Marsha McLean invited mayors from other cities in Los Angeles County. Mayor Garcetti, who holds periodic meetings for mayors of cities in Los Angeles County to meet and discuss regional issues touched on his bid for the 2024 Olympics during his visit.
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