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Home / WATCH LOCAL: Jonathan Ames Presents L.A. Neo-Noirs
See your own neighborhood on the big screen with this weekly series where Los Angeles is the star! Watch local and see one-of-a-kind cinematic locations spread across the incredibly photogenic city of Los Angeles.
This September, novelist Jonathan Ames is our tour guide through the seedy underbelly of The City of Angels, as he handpicks his personal favorite LA Neo-Noirs: THE LATE SHOW, THE GRIFTERS, THE LONG GOODBYE, and POINT BREAK. All on 35mm!
$8.00 (member) ; $13.00 (general admission)
Los Feliz 3 | In 35mm
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