All AC Screenings & Events are Vaccinated-Only
35mm, 70mm, nitrate, state-of-the-art digital. Q&As, retrospectives, double-features, triple-features, marathons. We’re a year-round film festival. There’s something for everyone in our programming lineup.
The American Cinematheque is a member-donor-volunteer supported 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization whose mission is to celebrate the experience of cinema.
37 years of American Cinematheque film programming….and counting. Dive into the AC Vault to discover past Q&As and clips from our vast and newly digitized archives, old calendars and programs, new podcasts, conversations and much more.
Since it began screening films to the public in 1985, the American Cinematheque has provided diverse film programming and immersive in-person discussions and events with thousands of filmmakers and luminaries, presenting new and repertory cinema to Los Angeles.
Aero Theatre | Q&A with director Michael Rianda and producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller. Moderated by director Jorge R. Gutiérrez
This is a vaccinated-only screening. Attendees who are ages 12+ and over will need to present both proof of vaccination and a valid ID at the theatre to be admitted into the event. (Last vaccination must be recorded as 2 weeks prior to the event).
Attendees with RSVPs will be admitted on a first come, first served basis until the theatre reaches capacity.
Home / Now Showing / THE MITCHELLS VS. THE MACHINES
In this animated action-comedy, creative outsider Katie Mitchell is accepted into the film school of her dreams and her nature-loving dad insists on having the whole family drive her to school. Just when the road trip can’t get any worse, the family suddenly finds itself in the middle of the robot apocalypse – as everything from smart phones, to roombas, to evil Furbys are employed to capture every human. It’s up to the Mitchells, including upbeat mom Linda, quirky little brother Aaron, their squishy pug, Monchi, and two friendly, but simpleminded robots to save humanity.
In Bulk Membership Mode