Red Carpet: S.F. film fest launches award; Art patrons party at the SFMOMA 

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S.F. International Film Festival gala: On Thursday at the Warfield, the San Francisco Film Society presented the inaugural Graham Leggat Award to Benh Zeitlin, director of the acclaimed feature “Beasts of the Southern Wild.” The honor — established to acknowledge the organization’s late executive director and its support of independent filmmakers through all stages of production — was given at the 55th festival’s Film Society Awards Night. Other honorees included Kenneth Branagh, Judy Davis and David Webb Peoples.

2012 Modern Ball: The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art transformed into a multivenue art party Wednesday at its premier fundraising gala. The three-tiered event — featuring a Gala Dinner, Supper Club and Post-Modern Party designed by Stanlee R. Gatti — was chaired by SFMOMA Trustee Dolly Chammas, with
honorary chairs Helen and Charles Schwab.

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