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Events at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica

THE GREAT STONE FACE: THE COMEDY OF BUSTER KEATON
Sun, Mar 15, 2015 • 3:00pm

The gags fly fast and furious in one of Buster’s best shorts "The Scarecrow," as he competes with his roommate for the affections of a farmer’s daughter; then in GO WEST, bumpkin Buster tries his luck on a cattle ranch.


Book Signing With Paul Seydor! Editor Garth Craven In Person!
Sun, Mar 15, 2015 • 7:30pm

Paul Seydor signs copies of his new book The Authentic Death and Contentious Afterlife of PAT GARRETT AND BILLY THE KID: The Untold Story of Peckinpah’s Last Western before a screening of the film. Editor Garth Craven will join him for a Q&A after, moderated by Nick Redman.


GRIT AND WHIMSY VI: THE BEST OF RECENT BELGIAN CINEMA
Screening & Belgian Beer Reception!
Wed, Mar 18, 2015 • 7:30pm

This month's installment of Recent Belgian Cinema, an appealing, unconventional love story about a philosophy professor and a hairdresser, will have you rooting for the couple thanks to charming performances of the leads. A Belgian beer reception follows.


ALTMAN IN THE ’70S
Free To Members! Book Signing With Kathryn Altman!
Fri, Mar 20, 2015 • 7:30pm

Kathryn Altman introduces the first night of a series of her late husband Robert Altman's films and signs copies of her book Altman. The film THE LONG GOODBYE (1973) screens, starring Elliott Gould as a smart-aleck, slightly inept Philip Marlowe in an adaptation of the Raymond Chandler novel.


ALTMAN IN THE ’70S
40th Anniversary! Book Signing with Kathryn Altman!
Sat, Mar 21, 2015 • 7:30pm

One of Robert Altman’s greatest pictures is this sprawling, nearly-out-of-control mosaic of a movie, a loosely linked series of sagas following numerous colorful characters in Nashville on the occasion of a political convention and a music festival. Kathryn Altman returns for another booksigning of Altman before the film.


ALTMAN IN THE ’70S
Sun, Mar 22, 2015 • 7:30pm

Robert Altman's opium dream of a Western, starring Warren Beatty and Julie Christie with superb cinematography by Vilmos Zsigmond, concludes a series of the director's 1970s films.