Series at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, visionary director Roman Polanski turned out a seemingly unstoppable series of brilliantly paranoid dramas, thrillers and blacker-than-black comedies
The films of Chilean-born director, Alejandro Jodorowsky
We’re happy to host this series of screenings devoted to the films and filmmakers nominated for a Golden Globe in the Best Foreign-Language Film category.
Over the years, Hollywood has offered countless stars, but only a handful of true icons.
The 1922 Egyptian Theatre has a rich history. Go behind-the-scenes to learn about the restoration and renovation of this important Hollywood landmark.
Join us for movies celebrating the festive holiday spirit of yuletide cheer, braced with the romance, joy, pathos, feisty humor and generous mood of the season.
General Admission$12.00(unless otherwise noted)
Cinematheque Members $8.00
Seniors 65+ andStudents with valid ID
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