We are thrilled to welcome acclaimed actress Gena Rowlands to the Egyptian Theatre with a double feature of GLORIA - for which she earned an Oscar nomination in the tough-as-nails title role, a mobster’s ex-girlfriend on the run - and early-’70s New Hollywood spin on the screwball comedy, MINNIE AND MOSKOWITZ.
Discover the best foreign-language films of 2014 with the Golden Globes’ five foreign-language nominees. Please join us for a FREE round-table seminar with directors of the nominated films, followed by a reception in the lobby with the filmmakers.
Before the Aero's special engagement of Godard's latest film GOODBYE TO LANGUAGE 3D begins January 23, we revisit some of the French auteur's 1960s classics, including this double feature of PIERROT LE FOU, with Jean-Paul Belmondo and Anna Karina, and CONTEMPT, starring Brigitte Bardot and Michel Piccoli.
Director John Cassavetes continued his ongoing collaboration with spouse Gena Rowlands and friend Peter Falk in this emotion-shredding tale of a Los Angeles housewife (Rowlands, nominated for an Oscar) tenuously holding onto her sanity while trying to fulfill the expectations of her husband, children and society at large.
The American Cinematheque’s 10th Annual Focus on Female Directors program celebrates the directorial work of cinema pioneers, Academy Award and Palme d’Or winners, actresses-turned-directors, industry heavyweights, music video directors, documentarians, animators and the brightest stars emerging from film schools and the international festival circuit.
A 40th anniversary screening of Sidney Lumet's DOG DAY AFTERNOON, starring Al Pacino as the put-upon everyman who finally cracks and robs a bank to pay for his lover’s sex-change operation, is paired with the new documentary telling the true story that inspired the film.