Egyptian Theatre
6712 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, CA 90028 Map
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Events at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood

Etheria 2015
Red Carpet, Reception, & Filmmakers In Person!
Sat, Jun 13, 2015 • 7:30pm

Etheria's evening program begins with a red-carpet cocktail reception and a screening of short films, followed by a discussion with participating directors and an awards presentation.

Double Feature!
Fri, Jun 19, 2015 • 7:30pm

Legendary film editor and sound designer Walter Murch directs RETURN TO OZ, a pleasantly subtle and delightfully bizarre sequel to THE WIZARD OF OZ that screens in an archival print and celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. It's paired with THE COMPANY OF WOLVES, a charmingly phantasmagorical dream collage of werewolf lore, pitched somewhere between a creepy fairy tale and full-blown Hammer horror.

Sat, Jun 20, 2015 • 10:30am

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!

Sat, Jun 20, 2015 • 3:00pm

Join film preservationist Steve Stanchfield and Animation Resources’ Stephen Worth for a look at animation’s biggest stars as well as its most obscure characters, including silent and sound films, early experimental color cartoons and rarities that even the most diehard ’toon fan has never seen before.

Double Feature!
Sat, Jun 20, 2015 • 7:30pm

A double bill of gentle tale of THE LAST UNICORN and philosophical adventure THE FLIGHT OF DRAGONS celebrates the unique ways that animation can tell stories of fantasy.

40th Anniversary!
Fri, Jul 3, 2015 • 7:30pm

Roy Scheider is a sheriff confronting crowds of sunbathers, self-serving local politicians and - most importantly - a monstrous great white shark over the July 4th weekend.