Arne Glimcher

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"Arne Glimcher is Chairman of the Board of Directors for the African Environmental Film Foundation. A producer and director of motion pictures, his credits include Legal Eagles for Universal Pictures in 1986; The Good Mother for Touchstone in 1988, as well as Gorillas in the Mist for Warner Brothers/Universal Pictures; The Mambo Kings for Warner Brothers in 1992, for which he received an Academy Award nomination and Just Cause for Warner Brothers in 1995. He served as host and interviewer for four episodes of The Artist’s Studio, from 2006 to 2009, and was the director and producer of Picasso and Braque Go to the Movies, narrated by Martin Scorsese, in 2008. In 2013, Glimcher produced the documentary White Gold, a film exposé directed by Simon Trevor, about the ivory trade and the survival of elephants across Africa.

"Glimcher is the founder of Pace Gallery, which now has locations in New York, London, Beijing, Hong Kong, Paris, and California. He has organized numerous exhibitions and has published widely on the history of art. He has been honored with a number of awards and distinctions, and was appointed Officier, Légion d’honneur, conferred by the President of France in 2013." [1]

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  1. African Environmental Film Foundation About, organizational web page, accessed March 11, 2019.