Enjoy a day in historic Hollywood at the home of Hollywood's first movie premiere! Take a docent-led tour of the legendary 1922 Egyptian Theatre followed by a screening of the history film FOREVER HOLLYWOOD (exclusively shown at the Egyptian Theatre and featuring interviews with over 20 actors and filmmakers). See what it would have been like to be in a Grauman stage show with a visit to the dressing rooms and singers' boxes. Check out our state-of-the-art projection booth and more at this adaptively re-used historic landmark!
On Thanksgiving Day 1976, 5,000 cheering fans gathered for the historic farewell concert of The Band. Martin Scorsese provides fascinating interviews with Band members, but the film's real hook is the stage show: A rotation of rock legends including Van Morrison, Joni Mitchell, Paul Butterfield, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton and Neil Young join The Band in one of the greatest concert films ever made.
Director Richard Lester's brilliant, carefree comedy set the tone for the rest of the 1960s and captured The Beatles at their best, clowning (as one respected reviewer said) like the new Marx Bros. From Lester's restless, handheld camerawork to writer Alun Owen's surreal, day-in-the-life script and George Martin's sprightly score (both Oscar-nominated) to the Beatles themselves, this is the essence of the ’60s.
This strange murder mystery from director Alexandre Aja stars Daniel Radcliffe as a young man who comes under suspicion after his girlfriend is murdered; to make matters worse, devilish protrusions begin to grow from his forehead - but they may prove his salvation, as the horns can compel people to reveal secrets.
In the Spielberg/El Rey's 'The People’s Network’ Theatre at the Egyptian:
The world’s greatest editor (Adam Brooks) is reduced to cutting exploitation fare after he loses several fingers in an accident - and the finger of suspicion falls on him when actors in his latest film fall victim to a killer. This loving giallo homage from Winnipeg’s Astron-6 collective costars Udo Kier, Laurence R. Harvey and Tristan Risk.