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PHOENIX directed by Christian Petzold at Laemmle’s Royal Theatre in West LA

Sundance Selects will open PHOENIX, the stunning new feature from acclaimed director Christian Petzold (BARBARA, JERICHOW), on Friday, July 31 exclusively at Laemmle’s Royal Theatre in West Los Angeles. On August 7, the film’s run will expand to include Laemmle’s Playhouse in Pasadena and Laemmle’s Town Center in Encino, and ... Full story

Five Claude Sautet classics July 24 - 30 in Los Angeles at the Laemmle Royal

Rialto Pictures is theatrically releasing five classic films by celebrated French director Claude Sautet, for the first time on DCP, July 24 - 30 in Los Angeles at the Laemmle Royal.  Claude Sautet (1924-2000) began his filmmaking career in the ... Full story

"Rialto's Best Of British Noir " comes to the Nuart

“Rialto’s Best of British Noir,” at Landmark's Nuart, Feb 5-11, 2010, is a five-film paean to the black and white British genre. Unlike American crime movies, British Noir usually features petty criminals and war veterans drawn into black marketeering.  The ... Full story

Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind

Sunday, July 26, 2015 at 5:30pm
-The EGYPTIAN Theatre
 6712 Hollywood Blvd.  Hollywood, CA 90028. A panel discussion will follow with: Jim Bissell and moderator Production Designer John MutoThis is the final Film Society screening this year.I started taking Clooney seriously ... Full story

3-D Rarities Screening with Bob Furmanek!

Sunday July 19, 2015, 2:00 pm

The first meeting of the LA 3-D Club was held on July 21st, 1955. The first documented public exhibition of a 3-D motion picture took place on June 10, 1915 at New York's Astor Theatre. The LA 3-D Club, LA ... Full story

Los Angeles Filmforum at Moca presents Jack Smith: The Whole Fantasy

In conjunction with the MOCA exhibition Tongues Untied, Los Angeles Filmforum at MOCA is proud to present Jack Smith’s 16mm masterpiece, Flaming Creatures (1962-3). Despite its humble production values—it was derided in the Congressional Record as “five unrelated, badly filmed ... Full story


Back in the 1920s and 30s, cartoons were a truly magical experience. Hand drawn doodles danced and sang projected as big as a house on the silver screens of lavish movie palaces. Every short cartoon was a window into a ... Full story

Movies on the Big Screen as They Were Meant To Be Seen.

THE FRENCH HAD A NAME FOR IT! RARE FRENCH FILM NOIR FEATURING FAMILIAR FACESFRI—MON, JUNE 19—22 á AERO THEATREPresented by Mid-Century Productions & The American CinemathequeIt is a tale unique in film history.While the French coined the term film noir ... Full story

AVE MARIA from Palestine wins 2015 HP Bridging The Borders Award at Palm Springs SHORTFEST International Film Festival

Palm Springs – June 21, 2015— Today, the Palm Springs International Short Film Festival and Market named Ave Maria (Palestine), directed by Basil Khalil, as the winner of HP’s 2015 Bridging the Borders Award, presented by Cinema Without Borders. Rangan ... Full story

Palm Springs SHORTFEST announced the nine nominees for HP Bridging The Borders Award 2015

Every year at the Palm Springs International ShortFest Film Festival and Market, HP's Bridging The Borders Award, presented by Cinema Without Borders and sponsored by HP, goes to a short film that helps to bring people of the world and ... Full story

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