Britain’s first talkie (the silent version screened in our Hitchcock series earlier this year), BLACKMAIL puts Anny Ondra and police detective boyfriend John Longden to the test after a man is killed in self-defense and a blackmailer threatens to spin it as murder. It's followed by another ultra-rare early talkie from Hitch, MURDER!, where a juror browbeaten into a guilty homicide verdict decides to investigate the condemned woman’s case on his own.
Join us as we salute the Santa Monica Bicycle Expo Expo with an evening of movies on bikes! Exciting 1977 documentary A SUNDAY IN HELL profiles the annual Paris–Roubaix bicycle race and is followed by 1979's BREAKING AWAY, starring Dennis Christopher, Dennis Quaid, Daniel Stern, and Jackie Earle Haley as teens growing up in Indiana, one of whom sees cycling as his way out of obscurity.
Suave, cold-blooded Ray Milland carries out a plot to murder his beautiful wife Grace Kelly. When things go wrong, he improvises a brilliant plan B - unless her old flame can determine what really happened that fateful night. Screening in 3-D!
Actor Jeremy Irons serves as host and executive producer of this informative documentary, which takes viewers from landfills in Lebanon and China to the polluted northern Pacific Ocean to show the effect of billions of tons of waste produced annually. A panel discussion follows with experts.
Advance Screening! Jon Favreau In Person! Fundraiser for the Aero Theatre!
Director Jon Favreau brings an advance screening of his new comedy to the Aero, in which he stars as a chef who returns to his native Miami to launch a food truck after an unsuccessful restaurant venture. Robert Downey Jr., Sofía Vergara, Scarlett Johansson, Dustin Hoffman and John Leguizamo co-star.
This event is a fundraiser for the Aero Theatre with a suggested donation of $15 per person. Members have exclusive priority until April 23rd and will receive information via email on how to reserve seats. If you are not a Member and wish to become one to receive priority, please find information on joining here. On April 23rd, remaining seats will be available for non-Members to reserve at our Box Office or online.
A mid-1930s Hitchcock double feature of rarities showcases the Master of Suspense's deft utilization of sound in cinema. Espionage tale SECRET AGENT is paired with YOUNG AND INNOCENT, starring Robert Tisdall as the titular youth charged with murder.