What's new at the American Cinematheque's Egyptian and Aero Theaters
Thursday, June 15, 2017
THE SUMMER OF LOVE TURNS 50, by John Hagelston
This June, we mark the 50th anniversary of “the Summer of Love.” Those few months of 1967 brought a renaissance of popular culture that spre...
Tuesday, June 13, 2017
A CONVERSATION WITH BERTRAND TAVERNIER, by Susan King
Bertrand Tavernier, 76, has been one of France’s most accomplished directors, helming such acclaimed films as 1974’s The Clockmaker of St. P...
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
THE ETERNAL LOUISE BROOKS, by Susan King
In Billy Wilder’s 1950 masterpiece Sunset Boulevard , Norma Desmond famously declares, in reference to silent cinema stars, “We had faces th...
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
THE BREADTH AND DEPTH OF OLIVER STONE
Starting May 18, director Oliver Stone will appear in person at the Aero Theatre for screenings of his films Nixon , U-Turn / Natural Born K...
Friday, April 28, 2017
WEIMAR REPUBLIC CINEMA AND THE IMPORTANCE OF PRESERVATION, by Désirée Hostettler
Cinema has come a long way, given its brief history within the arts, but its creation, influences, and history cannot be disregarded. While ...
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
THE MERCHANT OF VENICE AND OTHER WELLES RARITIES, by F.X. Feeney
Citizen Kane , Touch of Evil , F for Fake and other beloved Welles classics are showing at the Egyptian starting May 5 to honor his great ...
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