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Los Feliz 3 | Pre-screening discussion with Podcasters Rico Gagliano & Amy Nicholson
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New 4K Restoration Courtesy of Paramount
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To celebrate the new season of the MUBI Podcast, we’re presenting a special screening of the new 4k restoration of HAROLD AND MAUDE. Featuring a pre-screening discussion with podcasters Rico Gagliano (The Wall Street Journal, The Dinner Party Download) and Amy Nicholson (Unspooled, KPCC’s Film Week).
The new season of the podcast titled “Only in Theaters,” uncovers surprising stories of individual cinemas that had a huge impact on film history. Episode 3 focuses on the Westgate, an unassuming neighborhood cinema in suburban Minnesota where a record-breaking two-year run of Harold and Maude helped turn the film from a total flop into one of the most beloved movies of the 20th century. Listen to the full season at mubi.io/podcast
Want a free ticket to a future regular-priced AC screening at the Los Feliz 3?
1. RSVP to HAROLD AND MAUDE
2. Sign up for MUBI, free for 30 days at mubi.com/losfeliz
3. Download the MUBI GO app
4. Login and show your account at the door on July 26th for a free ticket voucher to use on any future American Cinematheque at the Los Feliz 3 screenings
Producer Robert Evans fought hard for nonconformist editor-turned-filmmaker Hal Ashby to be allowed to direct this wildly offbeat romance between suicidal youngster Bud Cort and eccentric, 80-year-old Ruth Gordon. The result is one of the most poignant and subversive films of the New Hollywood era.
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