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October 8, 2015
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What’s playing August 21st - 28th

This week's highlight is:

The Arena Cinema, located directly behind The Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, showcases independent that you are unlikely to see anywhere. This week they have 4 independent films on tap including the intriguing sounding, WHEN BETTE MET MAE, a recreation of the night when two screen legends, Bette Davis and Mae West met for the first time at a cocktail party. A quick minded bartender had the insight to record the conversation and preserve this unique piece of Hollywood history.

Speaking of The Egyptian Theatre, tonight they showcase Subversive Women: A Low-Key Night of New Underground Films Made by Women. Come see this awesome collection of films that don't quite fit the mold for most film festivals.

All this and more in the FilmRadar 663rd edition.


The festival, which runs from August 13th - 22nd, will feature over 400 short films from around the world.

SPARTACUS: RESTORED EDITION comes to Blu-ray on October 6th

Stanley Kubrick's Academy Award winning masterpiece, SPARTACUS, comes to Blu-ray, on October 6th, in a newly restored version featuring an all new interview with Kirk Douglas.

An Interview With Jennie Kong, Writer/Director of The Resolution

I recently had the chance to chat with Writer/Director Jennie Kong about her outstanding short film, The Resolution.

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

Current Exibitions
  • Christian Marclay: The Clock
    Now through Sept. 7, 2015
    Christian Marclay: The Clock is a 24-hour single-channel montage constructed from thousands of moments of cinema and television history depicting the passage of time, excerpted and edited together to create a functioning timepiece synchronized to local time wherever it is shown.
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