Egyptian Theatre
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Series at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood

Thu, Jun 2, 2011 - Thu, Jun 23, 2011

Italian director Federico Fellini (1920 - 1993) remains in a category all his own, godfather to a carnival gallery of prostitutes, strongmen, film directors, vaudevillians and clowns, who share a sympathetic bond with each other against the often cruel and unfeeling "civilized" world. His greatest works, including 8 1/2, LA DOLCE VITA, NIGHTS OF CABIRIA, LA STRADA and AMARCORD, seem to spring from an almost unbridled imagination, but one that is connected to a profound understanding of the human experience.


Sun, May 22, 2011 - Sun, Oct 23, 2011

The Art Directors Guild (ADG) Film Society co-hosts a fifth annual series of monthly screenings, highlighting the work of renowned production designers and their creative colleagues.


Fri, May 20, 2011 - Sat, May 21, 2011

In the late ’60s and early ’70s, Albert Brooks made his mark as one of the most innovative standup comedians of his generation. Then, he made his feature debut with the stunningly prescient REAL LIFE in 1979. From that film on, Brooks has created one of the most distinctive and acclaimed bodies of work in the history of American comedy.


Thu, May 12, 2011 - Sat, May 14, 2011

A true American original, Monte Hellman has directed - over the course of one of the strangest and most elliptical careers in Hollywood - a small, brilliantly consistent group of movies. He will appear in person all three nights of this film tribute, which includes the L.A. Premiere of his latest ROAD TO NOWHERE.


Thu, May 5, 2011 - Sun, May 15, 2011

An exceptionally talented actress and one of the most resplendently beautiful women to grace movie screens, Elizabeth Taylor (1932 – 2011) encompassed stardom in every sense of the word. Join us for a tribute celebrating her career in film!


Wed, May 4, 2011 - Wed, Jun 8, 2011

Widely regarded as the ultimate master of suspense, director Alfred Hitchcock (1899 – 1980) gave his delightfully chilling obsessions an indelible, meticulously controlled yet wildly creative celluloid form for movie audiences to enjoy and gleefully fear.