Quentin Tarantino Honored at MoMA by Diane Kruger, Steve Buscemi and More

By Lisa Marsh on December 4, 2012 8:25am 

MIDTOWN — He couldn't have scripted it better

Quentin Tarantino was the man of the hour at the Museum of Modern Art Monday night, when he was honored at the museum's fifth-annual Film Benefit.

Many of the stars of the Academy Award-winning writer-director's most illustrious films turned out to pay tribute, including "Resevoir Dogs" stars Steve Buscemi and Harvey Keitel, Diane Kruger from "Inglourious Basterds," musician and collaborator the RZA, and patron Harvey Weinstein, who backed many of Tarantino's films.

Fellow director Peter Bogdanovich also turned up, as did Katie Holmes, Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky, John Slattery and Talia Balsam, Dean Winter, Josh Lucas and Mary Alice Stephenson.

Photos courtesy of PatrickMcMullan.com.  

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