Our tribute to cinematographer Douglas Slocombe includes a pair of distinctive biopics: director Ken Russell's THE MUSIC LOVERS, starring Richard Chamberlain as composer Tchaikovsky, and John Huston's FREUD, in which Montgomery Clift delivers his last truly great performance as the father of psychoanalysis.
Not all children are little angels! Join us for a chill-inducing Mother's Day double feature of Roman Polanski's ROSEMARY’S BABY, starring Mia Farrow and David Cronenberg's THE BROOD, starring Samantha Eggar.
Join us for opening night of our EU Film Festival and two Los Angeles premieres! Following the Finnish short “Just a Name,” we present BELGICA, a tumultuous tale of sibling rivalry from director Felix Van Groeningen, who appears in person to discuss the film. Evening begins with a reception for all ticket buyers.
Director Ridley Scott’s dazzling fusion of retro-noir and future paranoia is set in a decaying, rain-drenched Los Angeles. Harrison Ford stars as the government-sanctioned killer who falls in love with gorgeous, enigmatic Sean Young.
Duane Whitaker joins us for a discussion between two indie dramas - his directorial debut TOGETHER AND ALONE, a portrait of L.A. nightlife, and COLD ONES, in which Whitaker costars with C. Thomas Howell in a story about a writer who tangles with locals in a remote mountain community.
90 years ago today, May 14, 1926, Sid Grauman held a double premiere of the latest films by two of his favorite stars - husband and wife, Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks. Mary Pickford's SPARROWS played first, followed by Douglas Fairbanks in THE BLACK PIRATE! It may well be the only time that a double premiere was ever held at the Egyptian Theatre or anywhere else! Tonight we will recreate Grauman's "Doug and Mary Premiere."