The short answer: Nothing anybody really cares about.
Snarky comment aside, Ford will be the 2013 recipient of the Peter J. Owens Award @ the 56th Annual San Francisco International Film Festival.
Originally Posted by SFIFF
There are only a handful of actors fortunate enough to have an iconic character in their filmography; Harrison Ford has at least three – Han Solo, Indiana Jones, and Rick Deckard. Over the course of his nearly 50-year career, he’s played dreamy romantic leads, action-movie heroes, memorable supporting characters and the President of the United States. His off-screen life is equally diverse – he’s a licensed pilot, a master carpenter and a devoted conservationist who was asked to name a new breed of butterfly in 2002. Frequently cited as one of the world’s most beloved movie stars, an Oscar nominee, a winner of AFI’S Lifetime Achievement Award, and currently riding high with his irascible supporting turn in the Jackie Robinson biopic 42, Harrison Ford is one of cinema’s true treasures – and it is the Film Society’s great pleasure to give him this year’s Peter J. Owens Award.
Along with an onstage conversation and brief clip reel, we will be showing one of Mr. Ford’s most beloved films.
No word on which movie the festival will screen yet, but tickets can be purchased through the site here. $35 for the hoi polloi.
An Afternoon With Harrison Ford
7 May 2013
Sundance Kabuki Cinemas
1881 Post St (at Fillmore)
San Francisco, CA 94115