A survivor of the horrors of Nazi occupation in her childhood, Audrey Hepburn went on to become the it girl of films in the 1960s. Audrey showcased her inner beauty as well as her grace and style by becoming a noted humanitarian in later years.
Discover the life of Audrey Hepburn and delve into her greatest film performances in this documentary-style tribute to Our Fair Lady with Wendy Whittick, film historian and President of Pittsburgh Classic Movie Club.
Registration is required and can be completed here: EventKeeper Form
Wendy Whittick is dedicated to preserving the legacy of movies and actors from the Golden Age of Hollywood. To achieve this, Ms. Whittick has given several speaker series presentations in the community and also authors a blog at WhoisMontgomeryClift.com which provides biographical information on the films and lives of Montgomery Clift and numerous other classic film actors. As President of Pittsburgh Classic Movie Club, she provides free screenings of classic films in various Pittsburgh communities.