Join us for three days of hilarity from the legendary comedy team Laurel and Hardy, with full restorations of a dozen shorts (including the Oscar-winning “The Music Box” and long-lost pie-fight epic “The Battle of the Century”) as well as two features: WAY OUT WEST and THE FLYING DEUCES. We'll also screen rare 35mm prints of THE DEVIL’S BROTHER and BONNIE SCOTLAND.
We salute the late George Kennedy with several films featuring the ever-reliable actor, including triple features of the AIRPORT and NAKED GUN series he helped anchor and his Oscar-winning performance in COOL HAND LUKE.
Join us for the 2016 installment of the Art Directors Guild Film Society monthly screenings, pairing such films as GUYS AND DOLLS and THE BELOVED ROGUE with presentations and discussions on production design led by noted experts.
Preservationist Ross Lipman's new kino-essay, NOTFILM, looks at the unusual collaboration between Nobel Prize winning novelist and playwright Samuel Beckett ("Waiting for Godot" and "Endgame") and silent comedy icon Buster Keaton on their experimental 1965 short "Film."
Few actors stood as tall as Gregory Peck (April 5, 1916 – June 12, 2003), who was for decades one of Hollywood’s most popular leading men. Though he would occasionally play against type, Peck’s characters typically embodied every virtue one could hope for in a screen star. Join us for some of his career highlights during this centennial tribute.