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Posted on: April 24th, 2020

New York-based production company A24 is auctioning off screen-used props from its recent films to support the coronavirus relief efforts in NYC. And yes, those films include Ari Aster’s Hereditary and Midsommar, and Robert Eggers’ The Lighthouse.

“As a company founded and based in NYC, A24 wants to give back to the city as it weathers this crisis and begins to rebuild,” A24 said in an official statement. “100% of each auction’s proceeds will be donated to one of four charities helping NYC’s hardest-hit communities and frontline workers: FDNY Foundation; Food Bank For NYC; NYC Health + Hospitals; and Queens Community House.”

Auction items include iconic pieces from Midsommar like Florence Pugh’s May Queen flower dress, a Hårga mallet, and the headpiece from the bear costume. You could also own one of two heirloom doormats from Hereditary, as well as the mesmerising light from The Lighthouse.

To find out more or place a bid, head over to A24 Auctions now.

Words: Samantha McLaren (@themeatispeople)

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