Famous Movies, Famous Stars at ArcLight
posted by HowardBHaas on September 19, 2007 at 7:52 am
HOLLYWOOD, CA — Please credit not me but Chris Utley with sending this story in, as per his comment on the theater page-
American Film Institute is hosting their 40th Anniversary celebration on October 3rd at the ArcLight
Not only are the films they’re showing monumental, but wait till you see who’s presenting them! Tickets go on sale today!
Darn near everything’s sold out. All that’s left (as of 7:45 AM) is a few seats for “The Birds”, “Beauty and the Beast”, and “Spartacus” – which is playing in the Cinerama Dome.
Now why can’t AFI on the East Coast do something similar? You West Coasters have all the fun! WAAAAAAA! Something isn’t right here. :)
NYC’s AMC Loews Lincoln Square would also be perfect for this kind of event, with a flagship auditorium and about a dozen other auditoriums, with Hollywood style charm.
Gee Howard, any pictures of the ANC Union Square?
Roadshow, it is time for your “oops, typo” correction and in this instance, two of them.
And, no, I haven’t photographed it. My notes from whatever publication are that the flagship auditorium has 65 x 26 feet wide screen. I sat in the balcony of that 900 seater. The page on this site has a link to a photo though it doesn’t do it full justice. Flickr has a few photos of lobby areas and relatively dark photos of the auditorium.