Join us for some of the greatest films to ever celebrate amour in its many forms. At the Egyptian, three films that underline the principle that “opposites attract”: BLADE RUNNER, KING KONG and HAROLD AND MAUDE. At the Aero, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST and WINGS OF DESIRE (both shot by cinematographer Henri Alekan), Woody Allen’s ANNIE HALL and THE PURPLE ROSE OF CAIRO, and perennial favorite BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S.
We celebrate the life and career of cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond (June 16, 1930 – January 1, 2016) with some of his greatest work, including classics he shot for Robert Altman, Steven Spielberg and Michael Cimino.
Recent releases like Quentin Tarantino’s THE HATEFUL EIGHT underline the continuing appeal of widescreen formats to filmmakers. Join us for two weekends of some of our favorite 70mm and Ultra Panavision-shot films, ranging from the medium’s 1955-to-1970 Golden Age (LAWRENCE OF ARABIA) to more contemporary epics such as THE MASTER.
Marking the tercentenary of Louis XIV’s death, we join the J. Paul Getty Museum in celebrating the artistic legacy of the Sun King with screenings of VATEL and THE IRON MASK, both set during the French monarch's reign.
Since bursting upon the international film scene in 1950 with his 11th-century period film RASHOMON, Akira Kurosawa ascended firmly into the top ranks of world directors, and his films remain a seamless marriage of compelling entertainment and unique aesthetic expression. With a new 4K version of RAN arriving soon in theaters, we’ve gathered some of Kurosawa's most popular and fascinating works for your enjoyment