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September 22, 2014
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What’s playing September 19th - 26th

This week's highlights:

The Old Town Music Hall in El Segundo is one of Southern California's unique cinema treasures. With it's mighty Wurlitzer organ, it is an especially appropriate place to see silent films such as this weekend's program, THE MERRY WIDOW. This legendary Erich von Stroheim production is known for it's out of control budget and the conflict with lead actress Mae Murray (who decades later served as the inspiration for Morma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard.) So head on don't this weekend and take a trip back to 1925.


Next week, begins the start of the Halloween season and the first of our special Film Radar Halloween Special Issues. Besides keep you to to date on the latest horror film happenings, you'll get the scoop on spooky parks, attractions, theatres and more.

All this and more in the FilmRadar 615th edition.

A Chat About DUALITY

DUALITY is a stunning beautiful short film and I recently had the pleasure to sit down with Director Emad Asfoury, Writer/Star Sarah Kynn Dawson and Executive Producer Peymaneh Rothstein to discuss the making of the film, the narrative complexity and working with Deepka Chopra

Downtown Film Festival L.A. Announces 2014 Schedule

6th Edition of DTLA’s Leading Indie Film Festival Offers 11 Days – July 9-19 – of ‘Transgressive’ Fun!

Highlights Include Opening Night Film and West Coast Premiere of “The Algerian,” July Art Walk Digital Film Exhibits, World Cup Final Game Viewing Party, Bike Tour of DTLA Historic Film Sites, Music Video Series Featuring Sean Lennon, Parties at Private Lofts, Galleries, Lounges and Restaurants in DTLA, A Rare Screening of Film Noir Classic “The Crimson Kimono,” and Celebrity Appearances by Virginia Madsen, Harry Lennix, Pauly Shore, Eric Roberts Jennifer Lynch, and Sonja Kinski

Q&A WITH DIRECTOR AMAT ESCALANTE OF “HELI”

Director Amat Escalante discusses his riveting drama, HELI, which opens Friday, June 13th at the Laemmle NoHo7 and Playhouse 7.

New luxury theatre complex to open in Westwood

iPic Theatres is opening a new 6 screen luxury theatre in Westwood on May 2nd. With the reopening of the Crest plus the Bruin and the Village, can we see a rebirth of Westwood as a movie=going hub?

Current Exibitions
  • WAKE UP!  David C. Lee Photographs the films of Spike Lee
    June 26th - September 1st
    Coinciding with the Academy’s Spike Lee retrospective and the 25th anniversary celebration of Do the Right Thing – Lee’s explosive portrait of racial tensions that arise in a small Brooklyn ’hood over the course of one hot summer day – is an exhibit exploring powerful on-set photography by David C. Lee, Spike’s brother. Their extraordinary collaboration has lasted nearly three decades.
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