The Film Noir Foundation's Alan K. Rode introduces this double bill from director John Brahm, including 1939 proto-noir LET US LIVE with Henry Fonda, and dazzling, dizzying psychodrama
THE LOCKET, about a groom who's told stories of his bride-to-be's dark side. Both films have screened in previous installments of the annual Film Noir Festival at the Egyptian!
Double Feature! Archival Prints! Introduction by David Del Valle!
A gaslight horror double feature pairs a 70th anniversary screening of under-appreciated gem HANGOVER SQUARE with Jack the Ripper story THE LODGER. Both screen in archival prints, and film historian David Del Valle will introduce the program.
We continue our Aero Theatre anniversary countdown of films 1940-present with Stanley Kubrick favorite A CLOCKWORK ORANGE, and late Luis Buñuel masterpiece - and 1973 Best Foreign-Language Oscar winner - THE DISCREET CHARM OF THE BOURGEOISIE.
THE AERO THEATRE TURNS 75
Double Feature! Book Signing with Actress Cindy Williams In Person!
Actress Cindy Williams (one half of "Laverne & Shirley") will join us to sign copies of her recent book Shirley, I Jest!: A Storied Life and participate in a Q&A following AMERICAN GRAFFITI, George Lucas and Francis Ford Coppola's tender, nostalgic look at 1962 America in which she costars with Richard Dreyfuss, Ron Howard, and Harrison Ford. From the following year, 1973's THE CONVERSATION rounds out the double bill.
The Beatles & Director Richard Lester Double Feature!
Richard Lester helmed both the Fab Four’s brilliant, carefree comedy A HARD DAY’S NIGHT - featuring “Can't Buy Me Love,” “She Loves You” and 10 other classics - and the satirical HOW I WON THE WAR, starring John Lennon in his only solo acting role.
THE MARQUEE CLUB – LIVE IN 1971 shows the Rolling Stones in action on the eve of Sticky Fingers; it's paired with the Maysles Brothers documentary GIMME SHELTER, which captures the famed, riotous performance at Altamont that closed their 1969 U.S. tour.