Master filmmaker Stanley Kubrick’s mind-blowing meditation on the inherent dangers (and wonders) of technology, the limitless vistas of space, and the future of the human race must be seen on the big screen to be believed.
Enjoy a day in historic Hollywood at the home of Hollywood's first movie premiere! Take a docent-led tour of the legendary 1922 Egyptian Theatre followed by a screening of the history film FOREVER HOLLYWOOD (exclusively shown at the Egyptian Theatre and featuring interviews with over 20 actors and filmmakers). See what it would have been like to be in a Grauman stage show with a visit to the dressing rooms and singers' boxes. Check out our state-of-the-art projection booth and more at this adaptively re-used historic landmark!
70mm Print! Editor Anne Coates & Film Historian Jeremy Arnold In Person!
This sweeping epic is as timely as ever, and as beautiful - especially in this spectacular 70mm print! The film's editor Anne Coates and film historian Jeremy Arnold will join us to introduce the screening.
Jay Johnson, Director Bryan W. Simon & Producer Marjorie Engesser In Person!
This big screen adaptation of the Tony Award-winning, stand-up comedy memoir features master storyteller Jay Johnson as he traces his artistic ascent within the world of ventriloquism. A discussion follows the screening with Johnson, puppet Bob Campbell, director Bryan W. Simon and producer Marjorie Engesser.
Actor-Comedian Andrew Dice Clay & Screenwriter Daniel Waters In Person! Archival 35mm Print!
Andrew Dice Clay found a movie character perfect for his larger-than-life persona in Ford Fairlane, a “rock ‘n’ roll detective” catering to the music industry from behind the wheel of a 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Skyliner. The 1990 cult favorite screens along with a discussion with the actor and comedian in person and a signing of his new book The Filthy Truth.
GO-TO GUY: A SALUTE TO DICK MILLER
Los Angeles Premiere! Dick Miller, Director Elijah Drenner & Producer Lainie Miller In Person!
This funny and candid documentary tells actor Dick Miller’s story in his own words, along with those of such colleagues as Robert Forster, Mary Woronov, Joe Dante and Roger Corman. Augmented by animation and hundreds of rare clips, this upbeat look at the irreverent performer shows just why “that guy’s in everything!” A discussion follows with Miller, director Elijah Drenner and producer Lainie Miller.