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Hollywood Events

Posted by Allan Ellenberger on May 4th, 2014
2014
May 4

HOLLYWOOD EVENTS

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HOLLYWOOD

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When visiting the Hollywood/Los Angeles area, be sure to take in many of the cultural events available to the public from the following organizations:

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UCLA Film and Television Archive:

Billy Wilder Theater

10899 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles

(310) 206-8013

For a listing of all events, please go to:

http://www.cinema.ucla.edu/

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Hollywood Forever Cemetery

The Masonic Lodge

Cinespia

6000 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood

Questions: email events@hollywoodforever.com

For more information, please go to:

http://www.hollywoodforever.com/culture

http://cinespia.org/

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Cinefamily at Silent Movie Theatre

611 N. Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles

(323) 655-2510

For a listing of all events, please go to:

http://www.cinefamily.org/

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The Hollywood Heritage Museum in the Lasky-DeMille Barn

2100 N. Highland Avenue

(across from the Hollywood Bowl)

(323) 874-2276

For more information, please go to:

http://www.hollywoodheritage.org/

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Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

Events and Exhibitions

Various locations

For more information, please go to:

http://www.oscars.org/events-exhibitions/

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Night of the Living Dead at Hollywood Forever

Posted by Allan Ellenberger on Sep 17th, 2010
2010
Sep 17

SCREENINGS

cinespia – cemetery screenings season 2010 presents

Night of the Living Dead

  

 

gates open at 6:30 pm, film at 8:00 pm
hollywood forever cemetery
6000 santa monica boulevard at gower

saturday, september 18th, 2010

night of the living dead

directed by george romero (1968, 96 mins.)
no reservation necessary.
$10 donation tickets available at gate $5 parking
as a courtesy to other movie-goers: no tall chairs.

 

Probably the smartest and most frightening horror movie ever made, this is the original that started it all. With a limited budget, a simple idea and some great acting, this film was so compelling it terrified audiences around the country, and changed the genre forever. Seven strangers hide in a farmhouse when the dead begin to rise and eat the living. Not only must these people protect themselves from the horror outside, they must work together to survive. Night became a horror classic through innovative filmmaking and metaphor, shadows and hidden figures, not with blood and gore, definitely one of the reasons it is still so truly frightening. Join us for this special cemetery screening under the night sky!

 

DJ Nobody spins before and after the screening

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‘Bedazzled’ at Hollywood Forever

Posted by Allan Ellenberger on Sep 10th, 2010
2010
Sep 10

SCREENINGS

cinespia – cemetery screenings season 2010 presents

Bedazzled

 

 

gates open at 6:30 pm, film at 8:00 pm NEW TIME
hollywood forever cemetery
6000 santa monica boulevard at gower

saturday, september 11th, 2010

bedazzled

directed by stanley donen (1967, 100 mins.)
no reservation necessary.
$10 donation tickets available at gate $5 parking
as a courtesy to other movie-goers: no tall chairs.

 

Stylish, playful, and outrageously funny, Bedazzled is a 60s mod gem. A ‘Swinging London’ take on the Faust story, it stars the incomparable comedy team of Dudley Moore and Peter Cook. Moore is a shy cook with a crush on a waitress at his work and when he meets the devil, played by Cook, he signs his soul over for seven chances to try and seduce her. He is transformed into an intellectual, a rich playboy, a rock star as he tries to romance his way into her heart. Raquel Welch is stunning as one of the seven deadly sins, (you can guess which one),and Cook’s turn as a rock star is one of the funniest mod moments in cinema! From the director of Singing in the Rain and Charade.

 

Special DJ set by UK legend Andy Votel playing swinging soundtracks, mod feakbeat and world psychedelic

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Out of the Past at Hollywood Forever

Posted by Allan Ellenberger on Sep 4th, 2010
2010
Sep 4

SCREENINGS

cinespia – cemetery screenings season 2010 presents

Out of the Past

  

 

gates open at 6:30 pm, film at 8:00 pm NEW TIME
hollywood forever cemetery
6000 santa monica boulevard at gower

saturday, september 4th, 2010

out of the past

directed by jacques tourneur (1947, 97 mins.)
no reservation necessary.
$10 donation tickets available at gate $5 parking
as a courtesy to other movie-goers: no tall chairs.

 

Film Noir at its best! Starring real-life bad boy legend Robert Mitchum and a very scary Kirk Douglas. A man trying to escape his past is confronted by a malicious gangster, and a very dangerous woman. Mitchum and Douglas are at their peak in their classic performances as rival bad guys. Snappy dialogue, a wicked femme fatale and darkness closing in on all sides! Join us for this screening under (and above) the stars.

dj rob sevier (numero group) spins before and after the screening.

 

SPECIAL SUNDAY SCREENING

 

sunday, september 5th

raising arizona

directed by coen brothers (1987, 94 mins.)

 

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Goodfellas at Hollywood Forever

Posted by Allan Ellenberger on Aug 28th, 2010
2010
Aug 28

SCREENINGS

cinespia – cemetery screenings season 2010 presents

 Goodfellas

 

  

gates open at 7:00pm, film at 8:30 pm
hollywood forever cemetery
6000 santa monica boulevard at gower

saturday, august 28th, 2010

goodfellas

directed by martin scorsese (1990, 146 mins.)(1971, 98 min.)
no reservation necessary.
$10 donation tickets available at gate $5 parking
as a courtesy to other movie-goers: no tall chairs.

 

The classic gangster tale told by master filmmaker Martin Scorcese. Based on a true story, Henry Hill rises through through the ranks of the new york mafia in the 50s and 60s, moving from theft to murder. Goodfellas has become an iconic film, not only because of the rare glimpse into the secret world of the mob, but also the wild energy of the camera and hilarious and terrifying performances. Starring Ray Liotta, Robert Deniro and Joe Pesci, with an epic soundtrack loaded with the Rolling Stones, Nillson, the Shangri Las, George Harrison, Aretha Franklin and more.

 

dj carlos nino spins before and after the screening.

 

SPECIAL SUNDAY SCREENING

 

sunday, august 29th

wild style

directed by charlie ahearn (1983, 82 mins.)

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Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory at Hollywood Forever

Posted by Allan Ellenberger on Aug 19th, 2010
2010
Aug 19

SCREENINGS

cinespia – cemetery screenings season 2010 presents

 

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

 

 

 

gates open at 7:00pm, film at 8:30 pm NEW TIME !!
hollywood forever cemetery
6000 santa monica boulevard at gower

saturday, august 21st, 2010

willy wonka and the chocolate factory

directed by mel stuart (1971, 98 min.)
no reservation necessary.
$10 donation tickets available at gate $5 parking
as a courtesy to other movie-goers: no tall chairs.


Classic children’s fantasy starring comic genius Gene Wilder. A visual treat, this movie is filled with wild and imaginative sets, colorful characters and of course, mountains of candy. Charlie is a poor boy who becomes one of five winners of the golden ticket, a special pass which brings him inside the wondrous and mysterious factory of Willy Wonka. Only one of the winners will win a lifetime supply of chocolate, and as they tour the factory, they are eliminated one by one. Come take a tour of the chocolate factory with us!

 

daedelus spins before and after the screening

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Saturday Night Fever at Hollywood Forever

Posted by Allan Ellenberger on Jul 15th, 2010
2010
Jul 15

SCREENINGS

cinespia – cemetery screenings season 2010 presents

Saturday Night Fever

 

  

  

hollywood forever cemetery:

6000 Santa Monica Boulevard at gower

saturday, july 17th, 2010

saturday night fever

directed by john badham (1977, 118 mins)

gates 7:30 pm movie 9:00 pm
no reservation necessary
$10 donation tickets available at gate
$5 parking available in cemetery
as a courtesy to other moviegoers: NO TALL CHAIRS!!

 

John Travolta’s first starring role as a brooklyn youth who becomes the neighborhood’s greatest disco dancer. With amazing dance numbers set to a Bee Gees powered soundtrack, Fever is a glimpse into the height of the disco days. DJ Cut Chemist makes a special appearance spinning before and after the movie. Join us for a special disco dancing night under the stars!!!

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‘Arsenic and Old Lace’ at Hollywood Forever

Posted by Allan Ellenberger on Jul 9th, 2010
2010
Jul 9

SCREENINGS

cinespia – cemetery screenings season 2010 presents

 Arsenic and Old Lace

 

 

 

hollywood forever cemetery:

6000 Santa Monica Boulevard at gower

saturday, july 10th, 2010

arsenic and old lace

directed by frank capra (1944, 118 mins)

gates 7:30 pm movie 9:00 pm
no reservation necessary
$10 donation tickets available at gate
$5 parking available in cemetery
as a courtesy to other moviegoers: NO TALL CHAIRS!!

 

One of the most beloved and wickedly funny screwball comedies, this is Cary Grant at his best. Two seemingly harmless old ladies are poisoning gentleman callers, as Grant tries to cover up their crimes. Hilarious dark fun from master Frank Capra (It Happened One Night), with a great supporting cast including the incomparable Peter Lorre. Join us for this special screening below (and above) the stars!!.

 

dj carlos nino spins before and after the movie

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‘Easy Rider’ at Hollywood Forever

Posted by Allan Ellenberger on Jul 2nd, 2010
2010
Jul 2

SCREENINGS

cinespia – cemetery screenings season 2010 presents

 Easy Rider

 

  

hollywood forever cemetery:

6000 Santa Monica Boulevard at gower

saturday, july 3rd, 2010

easy rider–a tribute to dennis hopper

directed by dennis hopper (1969, 109 mins)

gates 7:30 pm movie 9:00 pm
no reservation necessary
$10 donation tickets available at gate
$5 parking available in cemetery
as a courtesy to other moviegoers: NO TALL CHAIRS!!

 

Easy Rider was Hopper’s directorial debut, and its meteoric success single handedly changed the film industry forever. Filled with sun-drenched psychedelic photography, elegant, energetic editing and a colorful cast of hippies, call girls, bikers and rednecks. It is one of the most authentic portrayals of the era.

 

Maverick, outlaw, photographer, director, actor: Dennis Hopper’s life was as colorful and wild as his film career. Whether raving like a madman, or lucid, cold and calculating, Hopper always handled his roles with aplomb. Join us under the stars in a tribute to this remarkable man.

 

dj dante carfagna spins before and after the movie

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Beetlejuice at Hollywood Forever

Posted by Allan Ellenberger on Jun 11th, 2010
2010
Jun 11

SCREENINGS

cinespia – cemetery screenings season 2010 presents

 

 

 

  

hollywood forever cemetery:

6000 Santa Monica Boulevard at gower

saturday, june 12, 2010

beetlejuice

directed by tim burton (1989, 92 mins)

gates 7:30 pm movie 9:00 pm (NEW TIME)
no reservation necessary
$10 donation tickets available at gate
$5 parking available inside
as a courtesy to other moviegoers: NO TALL CHAIRS!!

 

Tim Burton’s fantasy/ horror comedy is one of the most fun and imaginative films of the 80s. A couple of recently deceased ghosts contract the services of a “bio-exorcist” in order to remove the obnoxious new owners of their house. Winona Ryder stars as the moody teenage daughter who befriends the ghosts and helps them with their problem with the living. The fantastic make-up special effects won an Oscar. Join us for this special screening below (and above) the stars.

 

dj carlos nino spins before and after the screening.

 

sunday, june 13, 2010

blow up

directed by michelangelo antonioni (1966, 111 minutes)

cinespia – cemetery screenings season 2010

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