Li'l Quinquin (Los Angeles premiere with Bruno Dumont in person!)

Li'l Quinquin (Los Angeles premiere with Bruno Dumont in person!)

Half shaggy-dog story, half grand guignol, Bruno Dumont’s uproarious 2014 epic Li’l Quinquin immediately claimed a place as one of the great visionary subversions of the miniseries format. Quinquin begins as a masterful parody of enervated serial-killer and coming-of-age …

The Early Short Films of David Lynch

The Early Short Films of David Lynch

A program of David Lynch’s earliest, rarest, lowest budget work, including:

Six Men Getting Sick, 1967, 4 min
The Alphabet, 1968, 4 min
The Grandmother, 1970, 34 min
The Amputee (V. 1), 1974, 5 min
The Amputee

Eraserhead

Eraserhead

David Lynch’s infamous debut mind-scraper is the full embodiment of pure cinema, and, four decades later, has lost none of its primal power to shock and amaze. A key player in the original midnight movie revolution of the 70s, and …

Norma Rae

Norma Rae

“Miss Field gives a performance that is as firm and funny as the set of her glass jaw.” – Vincent Canby

In an Oscar-winning turn, Sally Field’s titular Norma Rae is a resilient, down-to-earth mother, daughter, and factory worker. Alongside …

David Lynch: The Art Life

David Lynch: The Art Life

“My boyhood was See Spot Run. Elegant old homes, tree-lined streets, the milkman, building backyard forts, droning airplanes, blue skies, picket fences, green grass, cherry trees. It was a dream world – Middle America as it’s supposed to be. …

The Early Short Films of David Lynch

The Early Short Films of David Lynch

A program of David Lynch’s earliest, rarest, lowest budget work, including:

Six Men Getting Sick, 1967, 4 min
The Alphabet, 1968, 4 min
The Grandmother, 1970, 34 min
The Amputee (V. 1), 1974, 5 min
The Amputee

The Apple

The Apple

Set in “1994”, this absurd-o Biblical allegory concerns the perils of a young couple discovered by an all-powerful fascistic funk band’s Satanic manager, who exploits them for his own ungodly gain. If that already sounds like a hoot, toss into …

Eraserhead

Eraserhead

With a DJ set by Blond Ambition

David Lynch’s infamous debut mind-scraper is the full embodiment of pure cinema, and, four decades later, has lost none of its primal power to shock and amaze. A key player in the original …

The Battle of Algiers

The Battle of Algiers

New restoration!

One of the great masterpieces of cinema, The Battle of Algiers is also a world-historical document, an essential piece in the puzzle of a violent and hopeful time. No film before or since has conveyed the drama of …

ABD 4/20 Party: Fantastic Animation Festival (1977)

ABD 4/20 Party: Fantastic Animation Festival (1977)

Co-presented by Dublab

Grab yer stash and make a dash to ABD’s 4/20 celebration! We’ll admit it: “Stoner Appeal” is a box we endeavor to check when programming Animation Breakdown. Like Doritos, Dark Side of the Moon or Disneyland, animation …

4/20 BUG OUT: Phase IV

4/20 BUG OUT: Phase IV

Saul Bass wasn’t just an artist who contributed to the first several minutes of some of the greatest movies in history — in my opinion his body of work qualifies him as one of the best filmmakers of one

Hot Fuzz 10th Anniversary at the Vista w/ Point Break!

Hot Fuzz 10th Anniversary at the Vista w/ Point Break!

This show will take place at the Vista, located at 4473 Sunset Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90027.

Suspense! Mystery! Intrigue! Bill Nighy! Martin Freeman! British stuff!

From the duo that brought us uproarious zombie-com Shaun of the Dead, Hot

David Lynch: The Art Life

David Lynch: The Art Life

“My boyhood was See Spot Run. Elegant old homes, tree-lined streets, the milkman, building backyard forts, droning airplanes, blue skies, picket fences, green grass, cherry trees. It was a dream world – Middle America as it’s supposed to be. …

National Canadian Film Day (Free w/ RSVP! Denis Villeneuve in person!)

National Canadian Film Day (Free w/ RSVP! Denis Villeneuve in person!)

Presented in association with National Canadian Film Day 150 and the USC School of Cinematic Arts

Join us for a celebration of Canadian cinema, in honor of Canada’s upcoming sesquicentennial! Poutine and other Canadian foods and libations will be served …

David Lynch: The Art Life

David Lynch: The Art Life

“My boyhood was See Spot Run. Elegant old homes, tree-lined streets, the milkman, building backyard forts, droning airplanes, blue skies, picket fences, green grass, cherry trees. It was a dream world – Middle America as it’s supposed to be. …

Denis Villeneuve’s Polytechnique (Free w/ RSVP)

Denis Villeneuve’s Polytechnique (Free w/ RSVP)

Presented in association with National Canadian Film Day 150 and the USC School of Cinematic Arts

On the eve of National Canadian Film Day 150, join us for a screening of Oscar-nominated director Denis Villeneuve’s 2009 film, Polytechnique!

“The …

David Lynch: The Art Life

David Lynch: The Art Life

“My boyhood was See Spot Run. Elegant old homes, tree-lined streets, the milkman, building backyard forts, droning airplanes, blue skies, picket fences, green grass, cherry trees. It was a dream world – Middle America as it’s supposed to be. …

Donnie Darko (theatrical cut)

Donnie Darko (theatrical cut)

Brand new restoration!

“And finally, I looked in the mirror. Not just in the mirror. I looked through the mirror. In that image, I saw my ego reflection.”

The Last Temptation of Christ for Reagan-era suburbia, Richard Kelly’s Donnie Darko

Donnie Darko (theatrical cut)

Donnie Darko (theatrical cut)

Brand new restoration!

“And finally, I looked in the mirror. Not just in the mirror. I looked through the mirror. In that image, I saw my ego reflection.”

The Last Temptation of Christ for Reagan-era suburbia, Richard Kelly’s Donnie Darko

David Lynch: The Art Life

David Lynch: The Art Life

“My boyhood was See Spot Run. Elegant old homes, tree-lined streets, the milkman, building backyard forts, droning airplanes, blue skies, picket fences, green grass, cherry trees. It was a dream world – Middle America as it’s supposed to be. …

David Lynch: The Art Life

David Lynch: The Art Life

“My boyhood was See Spot Run. Elegant old homes, tree-lined streets, the milkman, building backyard forts, droning airplanes, blue skies, picket fences, green grass, cherry trees. It was a dream world – Middle America as it’s supposed to be. …

Wild in the Streets

Wild in the Streets

“America’s greatest contribution has been to teach the world that getting old is such a drag.”

Imagine… POTUS Jim Morrison, “peace and love” re-education camps for everybody over 30, and mandatory LSD consumption for all. With baby boomers making up …

Get High Watch Wrestling with Ron Funches & X-Pac

Get High Watch Wrestling with Ron Funches & X-Pac

Comedian Ron Funches and pro wrestling icon Sean “X-Pac” Waltman get high, watch and make fun of classic and modern wrestling matches with a group of famous friends. Join us!!!!…

David Lynch: The Art Life

David Lynch: The Art Life

“My boyhood was See Spot Run. Elegant old homes, tree-lined streets, the milkman, building backyard forts, droning airplanes, blue skies, picket fences, green grass, cherry trees. It was a dream world – Middle America as it’s supposed to be. …

Three Ages (new restoration!)

Three Ages (new restoration!)

One of the earliest Keaton films, Three Ages uses the multi-part structure of D.W. Griffith’s epic Intolerance both as a form of parody, and for practical reasons. At the time, it was unproven whether or not Buster could successfully wear …

King Kong

King Kong

Unfairly maligned as a lesser Kong, the Dino De Laurentiis-produced, John Guillermin-directed 1976 King Kong is actually a ton of fun. Starring a smoking hot Jessica Lange, a pre-Lebowski, long-haired and bearded Jeff Bridges, and a great love-to-hate Charles …

David Lynch: The Art Life

David Lynch: The Art Life

“My boyhood was See Spot Run. Elegant old homes, tree-lined streets, the milkman, building backyard forts, droning airplanes, blue skies, picket fences, green grass, cherry trees. It was a dream world – Middle America as it’s supposed to be. …

Subject: Los Angeles (off-site at the Bob Baker Marionette theater)

Subject: Los Angeles (off-site at the Bob Baker Marionette theater)

This show will take place at the Bob Baker Marionette Theater, located at 1345 W. 1st St, Los Angeles, CA 90026.

Subject: Los Angeles as Eden is an evening that considers the persistent image of Southern California as an earthly …

David Lynch: The Art Life

David Lynch: The Art Life

“My boyhood was See Spot Run. Elegant old homes, tree-lined streets, the milkman, building backyard forts, droning airplanes, blue skies, picket fences, green grass, cherry trees. It was a dream world – Middle America as it’s supposed to be. …

Somewhere Beautiful (with Atom Egoyan, Albert Kodagolian in person) + Avi Buffalo & Andrea Silva live!

Somewhere Beautiful (with Atom Egoyan, Albert Kodagolian in person) + Avi Buffalo & Andrea Silva live!

Atom Egoyan’s seminal 1993 film Calendar served as the inspiration for Somewhere Beautiful, a rapturous 16 and 35mm portrait of the fragile vulnerabilities so inherent to human connections. Kodagolian’s metatextual homage is set between the wilds of Patagonia and …

Free Fire (Free sneak peek w/ Ben Wheatley in person!)

Free Fire (Free sneak peek w/ Ben Wheatley in person!)

Ben Wheatley has made a half-dozen features and no compromises. It’s a feat worth acknowledging, as the British sensation continues to make the films he wants to make. Sometimes his singular creations take the shape of a sardonic love story …

Do the Right Thing

Do the Right Thing

Presented in conjunction with Fight the Power!

Greg Proops (one of the most mind-warpingly quick-draw improv comics on earth) records the latest episode of his monthly Film Club podcast live — and then it’s time for Do the Right

Private Rental

For this timeslot, we will not be open to the public, as some lucky patron has rented our theater — both supporting the Cinefamily and using the beautiful Silent Movie Theatre for their own event. The theater can be yours, …

Private Rental

For this timeslot, we will not be open to the public, as some lucky patron has rented our theater — both supporting the Cinefamily and using the beautiful Silent Movie Theatre for their own event. The theater can be yours, …

Pink Floyd: The Wall (encore!)

Pink Floyd: The Wall (encore!)

Holy shit, ‘Floyd fans – if you’ve never seen Pink Floyd: The Wall, now’s the time to take the pill; as the film is more than a video album, more than a rock operetta, more than the sticky makeout …

Sans Soleil

Sans Soleil

Co-presented by the French Film and TV Office

“The first image he told me about was of three children on a road in Iceland, in 1965. He said that for him it was the image of happiness and also that …

Adalen 31 (encore!)

Adalen 31 (encore!)

Co-presented by the French Film and TV Office

Bo Widerberg’s Adalen 31 is a seminal work by one of Sweden’s most seminal filmmakers. Winner of a Special Jury prize at Cannes in 1969, it is a gorgeous ode to the …

Private Rental

For this timeslot, we will not be open to the public, as some lucky patron has rented our theater — both supporting the Cinefamily and using the beautiful Silent Movie Theatre for their own event. The theater can be yours, …

Private Rental

For this timeslot, we will not be open to the public, as some lucky patron has rented our theater — both supporting the Cinefamily and using the beautiful Silent Movie Theatre for their own event. The theater can be yours, …

Donnie Darko (director's cut)

Donnie Darko (director's cut)

Brand new restoration of the director’s cut!

“And finally, I looked in the mirror. Not just in the mirror. I looked through the mirror. In that image, I saw my ego reflection.”

The Last Temptation of Christ for Reagan-era suburbia, …

The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 (encore!)

The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 (encore!)

In the late 60s and early 70s, the world watched the Black Power movement take hold of America. Among the many magnetized by the drama were a group of Swedish journalists. Fast forward to 2007: documentary filmmaker Göran Olsson found …

Tickling Giants (Off-site at the Vista, w/ Larry Wilmore, Bassem Youssef, and Sara Taksler in person!)

Tickling Giants (Off-site at the Vista, w/ Larry Wilmore, Bassem Youssef, and Sara Taksler in person!)

This show will take place at the Vista, located at 4473 Sunset Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90027.

With a set by DJ Chris Holmes

Followed by a Q&A moderated by Larry Wilmore (The Daily Show, The Nightly Show with Larry …

Donnie Darko (theatrical version)

Donnie Darko (theatrical version)

Brand new restoration!

“And finally, I looked in the mirror. Not just in the mirror. I looked through the mirror. In that image, I saw my ego reflection.”

The Last Temptation of Christ for Reagan-era suburbia, Richard Kelly’s Donnie Darko

Donnie Darko (director's cut)

Donnie Darko (director's cut)

Brand new restoration of the director’s cut!

“And finally, I looked in the mirror. Not just in the mirror. I looked through the mirror. In that image, I saw my ego reflection.”

The Last Temptation of Christ for Reagan-era suburbia, …

1984

1984

In an age of alternative facts and challenges to civil liberties, together we must now do the daunting work of remembering a world that gave way to the infamous Big Brother, and what fate belied those who questioned Him. Please …

Donnie Darko (theatrical version)

Donnie Darko (theatrical version)

Brand new restoration!

“And finally, I looked in the mirror. Not just in the mirror. I looked through the mirror. In that image, I saw my ego reflection.”

The Last Temptation of Christ for Reagan-era suburbia, Richard Kelly’s Donnie Darko

Kedi

Kedi

In the age of peak cat video saturation, just a tap of the finger is all it takes to gaze into the eyes of an adorable feline or watch an absurd cat gets-in-container situation unfold. But how many of those …

Donnie Darko (director's cut)

Donnie Darko (director's cut)

Brand new restoration of the director’s cut!

“And finally, I looked in the mirror. Not just in the mirror. I looked through the mirror. In that image, I saw my ego reflection.”

The Last Temptation of Christ for Reagan-era suburbia, …

Kedi

Kedi

In the age of peak cat video saturation, just a tap of the finger is all it takes to gaze into the eyes of an adorable feline or watch an absurd cat gets-in-container situation unfold. But how many of those …

Who's Crazy?

Who's Crazy?

Jazz 45s set by Adam Hayden aka Mean Mr. Mustard

It doesn’t get more underground than this 1966 feature-length free-jazz freakout, which stars members of the legendary avant-garde Living Theatre group and features an ecstatic score by the late, great …

Pink Floyd: The Wall

Pink Floyd: The Wall

Presented in conjunction with Fight the Power!

Holy shit, ‘Floyd fans – if you’ve never seen Pink Floyd: The Wall, now’s the time to take the pill; as the film is more than a video album, more than …

Donnie Darko (theatrical version with Richard Kelly in person!)

Donnie Darko (theatrical version with Richard Kelly in person!)

Brand new restoration with director Richard Kelly in person!

“And finally, I looked in the mirror. Not just in the mirror. I looked through the mirror. In that image, I saw my ego reflection.”

The Last Temptation of Christ for …

Kedi

Kedi

In the age of peak cat video saturation, just a tap of the finger is all it takes to gaze into the eyes of an adorable feline or watch an absurd cat gets-in-container situation unfold. But how many of those …

Who's Crazy?

Who's Crazy?

It doesn’t get more underground than this 1966 feature-length free-jazz freakout, which stars members of the legendary avant-garde Living Theatre group and features an ecstatic score by the late, great Ornette Coleman. Whispered about for decades, Who’s Crazy? finally re-emerged …

Saturday Morning Cartoons: April Fool's Day

Saturday Morning Cartoons: April Fool's Day

This month, Saturday Morning Cartoons celebrates our favorite tricksters and fools, mischief makers and jesters! From the classic to the contemporary, cartoons can be crazy. For April Fool’s Day, join us to celebrate the insanity! We’ll watch the most cartoonish …

April Fool's Day (w/ director Fred Walton, cast & crew in person!)

April Fool's Day (w/ director Fred Walton, cast & crew in person!)

With Fred Walton, Clayton Rohner, Ken Olandt & Deborah Goodrich in person!

Before Scream knocked the genre into the realm of post modernism, Fred Walton’s April Fool’s Day was the definitive deconstruction of the slasher film. Riding high on a …

Donnie Darko (theatrical version with Richard Kelly in person!)

Donnie Darko (theatrical version with Richard Kelly in person!)

Brand new restoration with director Richard Kelly in person!

“And finally, I looked in the mirror. Not just in the mirror. I looked through the mirror. In that image, I saw my ego reflection.”

The Last Temptation of Christ for …

Kedi

Kedi

In the age of peak cat video saturation, just a tap of the finger is all it takes to gaze into the eyes of an adorable feline or watch an absurd cat gets-in-container situation unfold. But how many of those …

Prevenge

Prevenge

“You know, most people think babies are sweet… but I’m bitter. It’s you who needs to act now, Mummy. For the both of us.”

That voice you’re hearing might be your protective, motherly conscience – or it might be the …

Donnie Darko Off-Site at Vista (theatrical version with Richard Kelly in person!)

Donnie Darko Off-Site at Vista (theatrical version with Richard Kelly in person!)

Brand new restoration with director Richard Kelly in person! Off-site at The Vista (4473 Sunset Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90027).

“And finally, I looked in the mirror. Not just in the mirror. I looked through the mirror. In that image,

Kedi

Kedi

In the age of peak cat video saturation, just a tap of the finger is all it takes to gaze into the eyes of an adorable feline or watch an absurd cat gets-in-container situation unfold. But how many of those …

Prevenge

Prevenge

“You know, most people think babies are sweet… but I’m bitter. It’s you who needs to act now, Mummy. For the both of us.”

That voice you’re hearing might be your protective, motherly conscience – or it might be the …

Eldorado

Eldorado

Co-presented by the French Film and TV Office

“A dance about a piece of music within a film about dance.” -FIAF

With made-for-TV documentary Eldorado, filmmaker Olivier Assayas has completely redefined our expectations of what it means to be …

Prevenge

Prevenge

“You know, most people think babies are sweet… but I’m bitter. It’s you who needs to act now, Mummy. For the both of us.”

That voice you’re hearing might be your protective, motherly conscience – or it might be the …

Kedi (with director Ceyda Torun in person!)

Kedi (with director Ceyda Torun in person!)

In the age of peak cat video saturation, just a tap of the finger is all it takes to gaze into the eyes of an adorable feline or watch an absurd cat gets-in-container situation unfold. But how many of those …

Prevenge

Prevenge

“You know, most people think babies are sweet… but I’m bitter. It’s you who needs to act now, Mummy. For the both of us.”

That voice you’re hearing might be your protective, motherly conscience – or it might be the …

Doug Benson Movie Interruption: Collateral Beauty

Doug Benson Movie Interruption: Collateral Beauty

The next installment of Doug Benson’s Movie Interruption, where Doug and friends (who in the past have included everyone from Jon Hamm to Sarah Silverman and Zach Galifianakis) chill on the couches, mics in hand, and say whatever pops into …

Prevenge

Prevenge

“You know, most people think babies are sweet… but I’m bitter. It’s you who needs to act now, Mummy. For the both of us.”

That voice you’re hearing might be your protective, motherly conscience – or it might be the …

WR: Mysteries of the Organism

WR: Mysteries of the Organism

A radical, sexual trip that was banned before you could say “life without fucking isn’t worth a thing,” Yugoslavia’s perpetually censored director Dusan Makavejev confronts postwar psychosexual politics with his satirical WR: Mysteries of the Organism. Though based on …

Clean

Clean

Co-presented by the French Film and TV Office

The world revealed in Olivier Assayas’ films – cosmopolitan, kinetic, and ever-shrinking – has never felt more personal than it does in 2004‘s Clean, a wrenching and redemptive portrait of addiction. …

Prevenge

Prevenge

“You know, most people think babies are sweet… but I’m bitter. It’s you who needs to act now, Mummy. For the both of us.”

That voice you’re hearing might be your protective, motherly conscience – or it might be the …

Demonlover

Demonlover

Co-presented by the French Film and TV Office

Critically maligned after it was unleashed upon the 2002 Cannes Film Festival, Assayas’ underseen, ice-cold cyber thriller hurtles 100 MPH down the transgressive path toward New French Extremity. The ruthless relations of …

All the President's Men

All the President's Men

“If you’ve got them by the balls, their hearts and minds will follow.” Alan Pakula’s deep-dive into deep-dives launched a thousand careers in journalism and reinvented the political conspiracy film. Dustin Hoffman and Robert Redford deliver career performances as Woodward …

The King and the Mockingbird

The King and the Mockingbird

Presented in conjunction with Fight the Power and Animation Breakdown!

A delightfully aware and exquisite children’s tale about the dangers of fascism and the power of self-image, The King and the Mockingbird (Le roi et l’oiseau) tells …

666athon: An all night horror marathon!

666athon: An all night horror marathon!

It only seems fitting for Friday Night Frights to celebrate its 6th anniversary with another high-concept all-nighter – the 666athon, a celebration of Part 6′s! Only the most determined horror franchises reach a 6th installment, so the choices are sure …

Prevenge

Prevenge

“You know, most people think babies are sweet… but I’m bitter. It’s you who needs to act now, Mummy. For the both of us.”

That voice you’re hearing might be your protective, motherly conscience – or it might be the …

Private Rental

For this timeslot, we will not be open to the public, as some lucky patron has rented our theater — both supporting the Cinefamily and using the beautiful Silent Movie Theatre for their own event. The theater can be yours, …

The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975

The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975

With a set by DJ Mean Mr. Mustard

In the late 60s and early 70s, the world watched the Black Power movement take hold of America. Among the many magnetized by the drama were a group of Swedish journalists. Fast …

HyperNormalisation (encore!)

HyperNormalisation (encore!)

“Those in power in society – the politicians, the journalists, the experts – maintain their power by telling us stories about the world. Those stories tell us what is true and what is false, what is right and wrong, and …

Starship Troopers (encore!)

Starship Troopers (encore!)

With this incredibly constructed 1997 sci-fi saga, mad Dutch auteur Paul Verhoeven wraps up his gonzo dystopian triptych that began with Robocop and carried through into Total Recall. In many ways, Starship Troopers is the most devastatingly satirical of …

The Passenger (encore!)

The Passenger (encore!)

Amongst the vast red bleakness of hellish Saharan Africa, the grey architectural wonders of Barcelona and the lush greens of London, Antonioni’s trademark visual mastery of exploring man’s emotional relationship to his environment expands to a global scale in The

Blow Out (with Adam Curtis in person)

Blow Out (with Adam Curtis in person)

Blow Out shows just how powerfully conspiracy theories can corrode our modern sense of reality, and how they are one of the prime forces that led to the growing distrust of politicians. It is also about the strange role …

Bill Paxton, We Love You (Off-site at the Regent)

Bill Paxton, We Love You (Off-site at the Regent)

Co-presented by Spaceland and Alamo Drafthouse

Off-site at the Regent! Doors at 7pm, show at 8pm.

Bill Paxton remains one of our favorite movie actors of all-time. It is impossible to see him onscreen and not smile. Join us …

The Passenger (with Adam Curtis and Matthew Weiner in person)

The Passenger (with Adam Curtis and Matthew Weiner in person)

Adam Curtis presents Antonioni’s The Passenger! Following the film, Curtis will do a Q&A, moderated by Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner (who cites Curtis’ iconic film The Century of the Self as a key influence on Mad Men).…

HyperNormalisation (with Adam Curtis in person)

HyperNormalisation (with Adam Curtis in person)

“Those in power in society – the politicians, the journalists, the experts – maintain their power by telling us stories about the world. Those stories tell us what is true and what is false, what is right and wrong, and …

Noise

Noise

In 2005, Assayas was given carte blanche to curate the Art Rock Festival in St. Brieuc, one of France’s most prestigious concert-series (and a forefather of American festivals like Pitchfork’s Basilica Soundscape). So, camera in tow, he enlisted the help …

HyperNormalisation (with Adam Curtis in person)

HyperNormalisation (with Adam Curtis in person)

“Those in power in society – the politicians, the journalists, the experts – maintain their power by telling us stories about the world. Those stories tell us what is true and what is false, what is right and wrong, and …

Orpheus (with Adam Curtis in person)

Orpheus (with Adam Curtis in person)

Orpheus is a film made just after the WWII – at the moment when our rational, technocratic, managed world was just beginning. It is about the things that were banished from this world – the enchanted world of dreams, …

Starship Troopers (w/ Adam Curtis and writer Ed Neumeier in person)

Starship Troopers (w/ Adam Curtis and writer Ed Neumeier in person)

Starship Troopers is one of the great subversive films of recent times. It is about what happens when there is a sense of fear, uncertainty and doubt about the world we live in. It shows how attractive Fascism is …

Show & Tell with Adam Curtis

Show & Tell with Adam Curtis

Cinefamily Show & Tell invites artists, filmmakers, musicians and other cultural heroes to divulge their deepest, darkest media obsessions by opening their closets, digging through their attics and plundering their garages to curate an evening of… whatever they want to …

Prevenge (Free sneak peek w/ Alice Lowe in person)

Prevenge (Free sneak peek w/ Alice Lowe in person)

“You know, most people think babies are sweet… but I’m bitter. It’s you who needs to act now, Mummy. For the both of us.”

That voice you’re hearing might be your protective, motherly conscience – or it might be the …

Namour (with director Heidi Saman in person!)

Namour (with director Heidi Saman in person!)

Winner of LA Film Festival’s LA Muse Award

Heidi Saman’s directorial debut follows a young Egyptian-American stuck with a job in the quintessentially-LA valet parking industry. Amidst the economic collapse of 2008 and familial pressures, Steven Bassem negotiates middle-class anxiety …

Fraud (Encore w/ director Dean Fleischer-Camp in person!)

Fraud (Encore w/ director Dean Fleischer-Camp in person!)

A great feat of editing, Fraud follows a working class family in pursuit of the contemporary, ultra-capitalist American Dream… or so it seems. With an impressionistic meta-narrative constructed from one family’s 100+ hours of confessional YouTube uploads, Fleischer-Camp’s succinct piece …

Private Rental

For this timeslot, we will not be open to the public, as some lucky patron has rented our theater — both supporting the Cinefamily and using the beautiful Silent Movie Theatre for their own event. The theater can be yours, …

Irma Vep (encore!)

Irma Vep (encore!)

Co-presented by the French Film and TV Office

Olivier Assayas broke through internationally with his jazzy decoupage Irma Vep. Not content with documentary realism, Assayas introduced New Wave flourishes into this behind-the-scenes story, which follows actress Maggie Cheung (playing …

They Live (encore!)

They Live (encore!)

With a pre-screening set by DJ Nadie

Upon its original 1988 release, John Carpenter’s Reagan era screed They Live went largely unsung; sure, smallish audiences thrilled to “Rowdy” Roddy Piper and Keith David’s endless knock-down, drag-out alley fight, and the …

Fraud (Encore w/ director Dean Fleischer-Camp in person!)

Fraud (Encore w/ director Dean Fleischer-Camp in person!)

A great feat of editing, Fraud follows a working class family in pursuit of the contemporary, ultra-capitalist American Dream… or so it seems. With an impressionistic meta-narrative constructed from one family’s 100+ hours of confessional YouTube uploads, Fleischer-Camp’s succinct piece …

They Live (encore!)

They Live (encore!)

Upon its original 1988 release, John Carpenter’s Reagan era screed They Live went largely unsung; sure, smallish audiences thrilled to “Rowdy” Roddy Piper and Keith David’s endless knock-down, drag-out alley fight, and the general message of non-conformity was well received …

A Grin Without a Cat

A Grin Without a Cat

“It isn’t the death of the corporeal body Marker is so much concerned with, but the death of hope—that chimera of a better, more just, Cheshire-smile of a world in the offering that was to be strangled by bureaucrats, zealots, …

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