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American Cinematheque Onscreen:
April 23 - May 3, 2009

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Reminder: April 23 - 26, 2009
In The Realm of Oshima: Films of a Japanese Master
Co-Sponsored by the Japan Foundation
Many of These Films Will be Shown in New 35MM Prints!
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Most of these films are for mature audiences only.
Please check the internet for street closure info on April 23 when a large concert will be taking place near Hollywood & Vine.


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Seminar with Thomas Ethan Harris! Surrealism, The French New Wave, Neo-Realism and more! How do these movements inform contemporary world cinema? What Filmmakers Need to Know!
Thursday, April 23, 2009
European Film Movements 1920 - 1990


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Sunday, April 26, 2009 at 2 PM
DIRTY DANCING

Nobody puts BABY in the corner ! Come dance in the Egyptian Theatre Courtyard prior to a Screening of the original Jennifer Grey-Patrick Swayze film! Plus, a chance to win tickets to the new Stage Production at the Pantages!


 

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Wednesday, April 29, 2009 - 7:30 PM
Publicity & Journalism in the Electronic Age - Discussion following the ultimate dark tale of a desperate press agent and a powerful columnist
THE SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS
Booksigning at 6 PM of Where's My Fifteen Minutes with veteran publicist and author Howard Bragman


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May 1 - 3, 2009
New Polish Documentaries from the Polish Film Festival including some FREE Screenings! Special Guests
POLISH DOCUMENTARIES


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May 1 - 3, 2009
He began in television ("The Beverly Hillbillies") and then went on to make films like THE AMERICANIZATION OF EMILY, JAGGED EDGE (Robert Loggia In Person), THE CINCINNATI KID & the film that mesmerized Howard Hughes, ICE STATION ZEBRA
PRODUCER MARTIN RANSOHOFF IN PERSON


F i l m f o r u m

Select Sundays at 7:00 PM
Spielberg Theatre
Schedule


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May 9 & 10, 2009
10:30 AM  - Meet at the Box Office!
Behind-the-Scenes Tours of the historic Egyptian Theatre and a screening of
FOREVER HOLLYWOOD
Experience the Legendary 85-year old Egyptian Theatre with the lights on! Bring your out of town guests to enjoy an authentic slice of Hollywood History! Special Treats for Mom's who visit us for our tours on Mother's Day - May 10. What mom doesn't like a good Hollywood Success Story!
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Volunteer Spotlight:
Meet the incredible, wonderful people who volunteer their time who power the Cinematheque! Each month we will spotlight a different volunteer. To join our volunteer program apply here.
John-Trosko.jpg (8511 bytes)"I've met lots and lots of friends volunteering with the American Cinematheque along with something surprising: Along the way, I've gained valuable business expertise for marketing, event production, public relations and leadership. These skills have helped me tremendously in my own personal career. Bravo for all the opportunities I've been given and I am thrilled to be a small part of an amazing Hollywood legacy." John Trosko, Organizing LA

You too can Volunteer!


Parking Concerns at the Egyptian:
As many of you have noticed, the meters south of Hollywood Boulevard have gone up to $2/hour and you can only park at a meter for ONE hour (hardly enough time to take in a movie, dinner or to go clubbing!). The meters are now monitored until midnight on weekends. In addition, the area lots are often $20 on weekends. If you have an opinion on this, please voice your concerns to the following organizations:

Leron Gubler, President and CEO of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce
leron@hollywoodchamber.net 323/469-8311 ext 12

Eric Garcetti, Councilperson 13th District, Los Angeles
Helen Leung is his Field Deputy for Hollywood
helen.leung@lacity.org
| Field Office 323.957-4500
City Hall Office 213/473-7013

Kerry Morrison, Hollywood Business Improvement District
kerry@hollywoodbid.org
  | 323.463-676, extension 1

Department of Transportation (LADOT) http://ladot.lacity.org/contact_us.htm
Ray Lau, P.E. Meter Planning, P.E., Meter Planning, 100 South Main St. 10th Flr, Los Angeles, CA 90012, or fax (213) 972 - 8469. Call (213) 928 - 9790 if you have questions.
LADOT.HollywoodDistrict@lacity.org

ADVERTISE IN THIS NEWSLETTER. E-mail us for more information.


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Reminder: Thursday, April 23 - 7:30 PM
25th Anniversary Screening! Production Designer Jack De Govia In Person!
RED DAWN
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We're Having a Mini-Patrick Swayze Appreciation Month at the Cinematheque. First see RED DAWN at the Aero and then Sunday see DIRTY DANCING at the Egyptian!


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Friday, April 24, 2009 - 7:30 PM
Sneak Preview
ADORATION

Filmmaker Atom Egoyan and Cast members will Appear for Discussion Following the Screening. More Egoyan films April 25


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A Tribute to World War II Film Design with Special Guests & Cip Reel on Art Director Malcolm Brown
Sunday, April 26, 2009 - 5:30 PM
John Ford's THEY WERE EXPENDABLE

Presented by the Art Directors Society
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Wednesday, April 29, 2009 - 7:30 PM
Max Ophuls Restored
LOLA MONTES


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Thursday, April 30, 2009 - 7:30 PM
Michael Keaton Big Screen Double Feature
BEETLEJUICE & BATMAN


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May 1 - 3, 2009
THE BEST OF JAMES BOND: AGENT 007


Sponsored by:
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The American Cinematheque supports the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival onscreen April 30 - May 7, 2009 at the DGA. Cinematheque members will be notified of a discount at this festival. Details


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AMERICAN CINEMATHEQUE
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Membership Offers!


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American Cinematheque Memberships make thoughtful gifts for the film lover in your life at the holiday or year round -- or consider a Membership for yourself! Members can see 100's of movies per year on the big screen at $7 a pop! And that includes a lot of double features. Plus, receive invitations to free films and receptions. Keep an eye on our special offers for new members! And did we mention that memberships are also tax-deductible?

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Donations Needed!
We got a new van!!  Now we are seeking sponsorship for putting our logo on it!. E-mail us with any leads!

Our projectionists are seeking some 35 mm split reels. Do you have a Mini-DV camera you aren't using, a lighting kit? Do you have a PC laptop that can run Powerpoint that you would like to donate to the American Cinematheque? We are seeking a 1 - 3 year old laptop to use in the Egyptian Theatre. As a non-profit, your donations to us are tax-deductible. We will provide you with a donation letter to use at tax time. Please call 323.461.2020, ext. 121.

We're Saving A Seat For You
Did you know that a $1000 donation can buy you at seat at the Egyptian & Aero Theatre? Personalize a name plate on the back of the seat. !

Rent the Aero or Egyptian Theatres
Our theatres are available for rent for press screenings, premieres and other events. To inquire please call 323.466.3456 or view this pdf..

Tell us what you would like to see! E-mail info "at" americancinematheque "dot" com


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April/May Egyptian Theatre Calendar | April/May Aero Theatre Calendar

Coming Soon:  More Seminars for Filmmakers, Sneak Previews, Family Matinees, Tribute to Dalton Trumbo, Kevin Thomas' Favorite Films: THE FRENCH CONNECTION, Queer Shorts, The Films of Jules Dassin, Mickey Rooney In Person, 70 MM and always much, much more!

Tickets:
www.fandango.com

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Be sure to click on "coming attractions" to purchase advance tickets. The fastest way to access the schedule is by theatre zip code - Egyptian 90028 and Aero 90403.
Service charges do apply.

Tickets are also available at the Egyptian and Aero Theatre Box Offices.
General Admission: $10   | Student/Senior: $8  
American Cinematheque Member: $7
* Tickets for free events are available at the box office on the day of the event only. They are distributed first come, first served.

Join the Cinematheque Today:
Keep an eye out for special promotions (free gift with membership purchase) at our various festivals.
Use Paypal to sign up online. Click here. Read more about Membership.
Service charges do apply.

Volunteer:
A large pool of volunteers keep the Cinematheque
going strong. To learn more about how you can help click here.
We are actively seeking internet savvy volunteers who can help maintain our presence on social networking websites and online calendars. We are also looking for volunteers with their own digital video equipment who are interested in helping us document our q & a's for our archive. And can you help us distribute some of the Cinematheque's film calendars?

Parking:
The best deal is at the Hollywood & Highland Complex. $2 for 4 hours!
Click here for details.

Location:
Max Palevsky Theatre at the Aero
1328 Montana Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Movies on the Big Screen since 1940!

Lloyd E. Rigler Theatre at the Egyptian
6712 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028
Movies on the Big Screen since 1922!

Full Schedule Details: www.americancinematheque.com | 323.466.FILM

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