By Indiewire | Indiewire March 8, 2007 at 3:59AM
Woody Allen is among the film notables who will salute Diane Keaton on April 9, 2007 at the Film Society of Lincoln Center's 34th Annual Gala Tribute to the acclaimed actress. The two have worked together on eight films, including such Allen classics as "Play It Again Sam," "Manhattan," and "Annie Hall," for which Keaton won the Oscar for best actress. Others saluting Keaton wil include Steve Martin and Martin Short, who worked with Keaton on "Father of the Bride" Parts I and II. "Diane is so beloved and admired that an extraordinary collection of friends and colleagues have agreed, to our delight, to gather on April 9th to personally pay tribute to her," said Gala Director Wendy Keys, in a statement. "This year's tribute will not only be a memorable evening but it will also be one for the ages." For more information and tickets, please visit the Film Society of Lincoln Center website.