This Saturday August 1st, the Cinespia Film Society will be screening director Billy Wilder’s 1959 comedy classic at the historic outdoor venue where movies are presented on the side of the cemetery’s mausoleum while the audience sits among the graves of Hollywood’s former luminaries.
If you were going to see a movie projected on a mausoleum while surrounded by the graves and tombs of Hollywood’s deceased elite, the Hollywood Forever Cemetery would be the place to see it. And the “Bride of Frankenstein” would be the film to see.
On Monday, the 20th of July, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will be screening “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” as part of the ongoing 70th Anniversary celebration of the Best Picture nominees of 1939. The screening will be at the Beverly Hills Samuel Goldwyn Theater at 7:30PM.
Ondi Timoner’s incredible “We Live in Public,” winner of the Documentary Grand Jury Prize at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, will arrive in theatres through Abramorama Films this September.
The latest film from indie wunderkind Lisa Cholodenko will begin shooting later this month with a trio of Oscar-nominated actors.
TCM’s latest edition of Race in Hollywood, an ongoing series of retrospectives that examines ethnic representation in American cinema, turns its focus to the Latin community and the depiction (good, bad and otherwise) of its people by the Hollywood perspective. The month-long series runs Tuesday and Thursday nights May 5th – May 28th beginning at 5 p.m. (PST).