Our tribute to cinematographer Douglas Slocombe continues with this musical double feature. First, Rex Smith, Linda Ronstadt and Tony winner Kevin Kline reprise their roles in this magical adaptation of Gilbert & Sullivan's THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE. Then, the big screen version of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s landmark rock-opera JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, starring Ted Neeley.
Steep yourself in urban angst with two films celebrating 40th anniversaries as Robert De Niro’s unhinged cabbie roams mid-1970s Manhattan, and mobster Timothy Carey targets the Sunset Boulevard strip club run by Ben Gazzara. Tickets will be honored from our canceled screening on April 3.
SNL favorite Molly Shannon joins us in person and lays down the comedic law on screen as Mary Katherine Gallagher, a Catholic schoolgirl with showbiz aspirations equally as mondo as her skewed sexual awakening.
We'll be in a New York state of mind when we welcome author Rosie Novellino-Mearns to Hollywood for a talk on her fight to save the iconic Radio City Music Hall from demolition! This talk and book signing will be paired with a screening of a new restoration of COVER GIRL, one of the many films that played at the legendary theatre in the 1940s.
Retroformat presents Douglas Fairbanks in possibly his best pre-swashbuckling comedy, as a young New Yorker who longs for the excitement of the Old West. Energetically directed by John Emerson, with a witty script and wryly ironic intertitles by husband and wife Emerson and Anita Loos, and cinematography by Victor Fleming. With surprise shorts and live accompaniment by Cliff Retallick!
For our latest Women Underground screening, stars Lisa Ferber, Levi Wilson and Eve Plumb and director Lisa Hammer join us for the Los Angeles premiere of THE SISTERS PLOTZ, a frothy musical romp following three eccentric heiresses living in New York City with their darling butler, Reginald.