The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is presenting a tribute to Director/Producer Otto Preminger in honor of his 100th birthday. Many of his best films have recently been restored or reprinted and will be screened at the Academy through Sunday, November 12.
To honor the 75th anniversary of the first creation of Frankenstein’s “monster,” Universal Home Entertainment has released a special edition of the 1931 classic horror film, including extras not available on previous releases.
Every Tuesday afternoon the Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents a film from the Golden Age of cinema for the cheap price of just two bucks!
If you’ve always wondered exactly what it was that defined a “screwball” comedy, then you shouldn’t miss the opportunity to see two of the most excellent examples of the genre this week at the New Beverly in West Hollywood.
Saturday September 9, Gates open at 6:30pm (NEW TIME!) Movie starts at 8:00pm. If you’ve never been to one of these screenings, don’t miss out on this unique experience. If you’ve been before, you already know this is a cool way to watch some of the best classic cinema ever offered. A Billy Wilder romantic/comedy under and (as Cinespia likes to say) above the stars – it’s the perfect date movie!
CINESPIA Presents John Ford’s Supreme Masterpiece: THE SEARCHERS. Saturday, August 19th at 8:30 pm (Gates at 7:00 pm). This is a NEW TIME for the weekly screening at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. $10 (suggested) Donation Tickets at gate. As a courtesy to all please do not bring TALL CHAIRS.