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FilmRadar 536th Edition

Edited by Ray McDermott
March 15th, 2013
In This Issue
Academy-Samuel Goldwyn
Academy-Linwood Dunn & Aero
Egyptian
Art Theatre
Downtown Independent
Echo Park Film Center
Film Forum
Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Hollywood Heritage
LACMA
New Beverly
Nuart Theatre
Old Town Music Hall
Red Cat
Silent Movie Theatre/Cinefamily
Skirball
UCLA-Billy Wilder
USC
Other events around town

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LARRY EDMUNDS

BOOKSHOP

 

PICK OF THE WEEK   

 

 

Playing the field   
PLAYING THE FIELD
by
Mamie Van Doren

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20th @ 7:30 p.m. -Larry Edmunds Bookshop invites you to Spend the Night with MAMIE VAN DOREN!
  

**To see the other upcoming book signings and events, log on to:  

http://larryedmunds.com/  

   

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PICK OF THE WEEK
 
Zero Dark Thirty
    
ZERO DARK THIRTY
[Blu-ray]
Starring Jessica Chastain, Chris Pratt
Directed by Kathryn Bigelow
 

Warner Archives
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Laemmle  

Pick of the Week    

 

 

CITIZEN HEARST

Crafted from in-depth interviews and historical footage, Citizen Hearst features both the personal stories and media milestones that have created today's Hearst Corporation. It includes vérité stories of daily life at Hearst's newspapers, television stations, entertainment shows and magazines, including behind-the-scenes access to photo shoots. Leslie provides a rare glimpse behind the glass walls of the Hearst Tower, interviewing top magazine and fashion editors of Harper's Bazaar, Cosmopolitan, Esquire and Town & Country, among others, while also traveling to San Simeon, Calif., for unprecedented access to the Hearst Castle and interviews with Hearst family members.  

 

 

 

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Landmark 
Pick of the Week

London, 1962. Two teenage girls-Ginger and Rosa (Elle Fanning and Alice Englert)-are inseparable; they play truant together, discuss religion, politics and hairstyles, and dream of lives bigger than their mothers' frustrated domesticity. But, as the Cold War meets the sexual revolution, and the threat of nuclear holocaust escalates, the lifelong friendship of the two girls is shattered-by the clash of desire and the determination to survive. 
 
Actor Alessandro Nivola will appear in person on Friday, March 15 for a Q&A after the 7:45pm show. 
 
 

PICKS OF THE WEEK

 

If you need a movie fix this St. Paddy's Day, then head on over to the Aero Theatre for either a matinee screening of DARBY O'GILL AND THE LITTLE PEOPLE or later that evening, for the absolute delights of John Ford's THE QUIET MAN with John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara.

 

This Wednesday, Larry Edmund's Bookshop will host the legendary Mamie Van Doren, who will be reading from her autobiography. PLAYING THE FIELD. They expect a full house for this event and they recommend pre-ordering the book from them if you plan on attending.

 

- From Ray & Karie

 

  

 

Academy-Samuel Goldwyn Theatre
(Beverly Hills)   

              

*More events coming soon!



Academy-Linwood Dunn Theatre (Hollywood)  

Mar. 18th


American Cinematheque-Aero

 

In Spectacular Digital Cinema: Classics And Restorations on The Big Screen 

 

  

Mar. 15th

SMOKEY AND THE BANDIT / THE CANNONBALL RUN

Discussion between films with director Hal Needham.  

 

Mar. 16th

THE HOBBIT & LORD OF THE RINGS Marathon

 

Mar. 17th

 DARBY O'GILL AND THE LITTLE PEOPLE

 

Mar. 17th

THE QUIET MAN

 

Mar. 20th

LOFT

Discussion following the screening with Paul Green, producer of the upcoming American remake THE LOFT. A Belgian beer reception will follow. 

 

Mar. 21st

BICYCLE THIEVES

 

Mar. 22nd

SPIRITED AWAY / PORCO ROSSO

 

 

American Cinematheque-Egyptian



Mar. 15th

Mar. 16th @ 10:30am

Mar. 16th @ 2pm

Mar. 16th
Discussion between films with actor Paul Koslo. 
 
Mar. 16th
Christie's great-niece, Jeanette Ko, will be on hand to discuss the Christie legacy and her upcoming documentary! 
 
Mar. 17th
Program begins with an illustrated presentation from Maureen Solomon on the road movies of Bob Hope and Bing Crosby. 
 
Mar. 21st
 
Mar. 21st
 
Mar. 22nd & 23rd
 

 

Arclight Cinemas

 

   

Mar. 18th @ Arclight La Jolla

2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY

 

Mar. 18th @ Arclight Sherman Oaks

THE BREAKFAST CLUB

 

Mar. 19th @ Arclight Pasadena

OUT OF AFRICA

 

Mar. 19th @ Arclight Beach Cities

Mar. 21st @ Arclight Pasadena

ALIENS

 

Mar. 20th @ Arclight Hollywood

BATMAN

 

Mar. 21st @ Arclight La Jolla

A CLOCKWORK ORANGE

 

 

Art Theatre Long Beach   

 

 

Mar. 15th - 22nd

NO

 

Mar. 16th

CHASING ICE

 

Mar. 17th

A PLACE AT THE TABLE

 

Mar. 22nd

THE ABCS OF DEATH

 

 

ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW w/Live LB Orig Shadowcast-Every Saturday-Midnite! 

 

Downtown Independent

 

Echo Park Film Center    

 

Mar. 15th

VOLUPTUOUS THIRD EYE REALIST OBSERVATORY CLUB

 

Mar. 16th from 1pm - 5pm

INTRO TO FINAL CUT PRO 7

 

Mar. 16th

X-CLUB PRESENTS: FROM SWEDEN WITH LOVE

 

Mar. 21st

KEN EHRLICH'S LA HUELGA

 

 

Film Forum Los Angeles

 

 

*More events coming soon!
 

  

Hollywood Forever Cemetery

 

Mar. 16th @ noon

Hollywood Forever Walking Tour

  

Hollywood Heritage 

   

 

*More events coming soon!

 

LACMA   

 

Mar. 16th

2013 Farhang Foundation Short Film Festival

 

Mar. 19th @ 1pm

TOUCH OF EVIL

 

Mar. 21st

Live Read, directed by Jason Reitman

 

Mar. 22nd

PHASE IV

 

Mar. 22nd

SILENT RUNNING



 

New Beverly

 

 

Mar. 15th, 16th

SPANKING THE MONKEY / I HEART HUCKABEES

 

Mar. 16th @ midnight

FINAL DESTINATION 2

 

Mar. 17th, 18th, 19th

THE CHIPMUNK ADVENTURE / THE SECRET OF NIHM

 

Mar. 20th, 21st

RED DESERT / THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY

 

Mar. 22nd, 23rd

GRAND ILLUSION / ARMY OF SHADOWS

 

 

Click on the New Beverly's website as more listings will be released shortly.  

   

 

Nuart Theatre   

 

Mar. 15th - 21st

A FIERCE GREEN FIRE

A Fierce Green Fire tells stories of environmental activism-people trying to save the planet, their homes, the future. Unfolding in five acts, the documentary chronicles grassroots and global movements building over five decades; connects all the causes; explores how we got here and where we're going. It is the first film to create a big-picture overview of the environmental movement, bring together all its parts and eras from conservation to climate change.

 

Van Jones, globally recognized, award-winning pioneer in environmental protection, clean-energy economy, and human rights, and one of five narrators in the film, will appear in person on Friday, March 15 for a Q&A after the 7:30pm show. Director Mark Kitchell will appear in person on Saturday, March 16 for a Q&A after the 7:30pm show. 

  

Cine Insomnia

Mar. 15th at midnight

MULHOLLAND DR.

 

Mar. 16th at midnight    

THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW screens every Saturday night at midnight at the Nuart.   

 

 

Old Town Music Hall

 

 

Mar. 15th, 16th, 17th
Starring Dennis Morgan, Arlene Dahl, and Andrea King
 
Red Cat 
 

Mar. 22nd

Outfest Fusion: & LGBT People of Color Film Festival

 

Silent Movie Theatre / Cinefamily          

 


Mar. 15th - 21st
Mar. 15th Q&A with Nick Offerman & Bob Byington, moderated by Chris Pratt

Mar. 15th @ midnight
Star Ken Marshall In Person

Mar. 16th

Mar. 16th @ midnight
Cast & Crew In person!

Mar. 17th

Mar. 18th

Mar. 19th

Mar. 20th

Mar. 21st

Mar. 22nd

Mar. 22nd @ midnight
Co-stars Chase Williamson & Rob Mayes In Person!


Skirball   

 

Mar. 19th

DOS HERMANOS (BROTHER AND SISTER)

 

 

UCLA Film & TV Archive-Billy Wilder Theatre 

 
Mar. 15th
IN-PERSON: Blaine Bartell, senior newsreel preservationist, UCLA Film & Television Archive.
 
Mar. 16th
IN-PERSON: Dan Einstein, television archivist, UCLA Film & Television Archive.

  

Mar, 16th
IN-PERSON: Kathryn Altman, agent George Litto, editor Danford B. Greene and second assistant director Graeme Clifford.
 
Mar. 17th
 
Mar. 18th
IN-PERSON: Jere Guldin, senior film preservationist, UCLA Film & Television Archive.
 
Mar. 22nd
IN-PERSON: filmmaker Monona Wali.
 

 

USC  

  

 *More events coming soon!

  

  

*Please note: All screenings require an RSVP. For a complete schedule, please click visit the official website .

 

Other film events around town 

 

There are numerous other small film events happening all over Los Angeles and Orange County!  Click on the links to see more information!  These will also be frequently updated. 

 

 

Mar. 15th - 21st

MY AMITYVILLE HORROR

Arena Cinema

 

Mar. 15th

MY WEDDING DATE

Warner Grand Theatre

 

Mar. 15th

Community Cinema: WONDER WOMEN

Warner Grand Annex

 

Mar. 16th

BA SPEAKS: REVOLUTION NOTHING LESS

L.A. Theatre Center

 

Mar. 16th

Horrible Movie Night: TWO_HEADED SHARK ATTACK

Meltdown Comics

 

Mar. 16th

BULLY

Santa Monica Public Library

 

Mar. 17th

RATMAN

Jumpcut Cafe 

 

Mar. 18th

GONE WITH THE WIND

Triangle Square Cinemas

 

Mar. 19th

THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER

Santa Monica Public Library

 

Mar. 19th

GO GRANDRIDERS

James Bridges Theatre

 

Mar. 19th

BACK TO THE FUTURE PART 2

Regency South Coast Village

 

Mar. 20th

Web Series Unplugged

El Cid

 

Mar. 21st

KADDISH FOR A FRIEND

Goethe Institute

 

Mar. 21st

Regency Buenaventura 6 

 

Mar. 21st

National Theatre present THE PEOPLE

TCL Chinese Theatres

 

Mar. 21st

LLYN FOULKES - ONE MAN BAND

Hammer Museum

 

Mar. 21st

Horror Trivia Night

Jumpcut Cafe

 

 

  

*Check out FilmRadar.com and our Facebook and Twitter page for additional listings and updates!!