Bonnie Bedelia is coming to NWFF on Thursday!

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Golden Globe, Independent Spirit and Emmy Award nominated actress Bonnie Bedelia will be appearing at Northwest Film Forum this Thursday, February 5 at 6:15pm, to introduce a screening of They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?

According to Women in Film, before she became famous for roles in Die Hard and Presumed Innocent,

Bonnie Bedelia made her astounding big screen debut alongside Jane Fonda in Sydney Pollack’s award-winning They Shoot Horse, Don’t They? Since then she has acted in over thirty feature films in over thirty years, opposite such notables as Max Von Sydow, Gig Young, Susan Sarandon, Paul Newman, Ed Harris, Brian Dennehy, Sharon Stone, Bruce Willis, Harrison Ford and Kevin Kline. Her starring role in 1983’s Heart Like a Wheel, for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe Award, showcased her remarkable talent and won her acclaim from critics and the public.

On the small screen Bonnie starred in movies and series for CBS, HBO, NBC, ABC and FOX including Picnic with Mary Steenburgen and Flowers for Algernon with Matthew Modine. She was nominated for a Cable Ace Award for LIFETIME Television’s Any Mother’s Son and for an Emmy for her starring role in Showtime’s Fallen Angels. Bonnie’s extensive theater background includes leads in six Broadway plays and repertory theater, performing everything from Shakespeare and Chekhov to Tennessee Williams and George Bernard Shaw.

We are thrilled to welcome Bonnie Bedelia to our cinemas. Buy your tickets now for this special screening of They Shoot Horses, and hear about her experience with the film, working with Sydney Pollack, and how she reflects on the films on 1969.

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One Response to “Bonnie Bedelia is coming to NWFF on Thursday!”

  1. Matt Obst Says:

    One of my personal favorite Bonnie Bedelia roles was in the made for TV feature, Salem’s Lot– based on the Stephen King novel. That movie is pretty fun and still holds up!

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