Marianne Lampke

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Marianne has over two decades of professional experience in promoting and showcasing independent cinema and has worked with the Coolidge team since 1996. From 1986 to 2001 she co-owned the landmark Brattle Theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts and developed a national reputation for high quality and distinctive film programming, marketing and publicity. The Brattle won over 50 awards during this period and became one of the highest grossing and most respected repertory movie screens in the world. From 1993 through 2003 Marianne co-founded and produced the Boston International Festival of Women's Cinema, which emerged as a leading showcase of commercial and independent works by women. She helped to launch the Provincetown International Film Festival (PIFF) in 1999 and became the festival's Director of Publicity through 2005, garnering major media coverage in numerous regional and national outlets. Marianne was a recipient of the prestigious Image Award for Vision and Excellence (2000) from Women in Film and Video/New England. She continues to offer marketing and publicity services with a specialty in promoting independent cinema, the arts, and the preservation of theaters as cultural flagships of the community. She currently divides her year between the Boston area and Cape Cod, where she enjoys a balanced life of gardening, renovating Cape Cod cottages, and spending time with her partner, family and friends.