December 17, 2014
“Now that’s a Hollywood romance! Couple shock friends by inviting them to the cinema… and then getting MARRIED in front of the big screen” From Birmingham, UK.
A romantic couple stunned their friends and family by inviting them to a made-up movie premiere at a cinema – which turned out to be their wedding day.
Darren Yates, 40, told 100 of their guests that he had a cameo role in a Hollywood blockbuster called Match Made In Heaven, only for the attendees to arrive at the cinema to find it was the couple’s wedding ceremony.
The groom and his fiancee Katherine Yates, 34, were so determined to fool their friends and family they even designed fake posters and a voiceover trailer for the fictional film and posted VIP tickets for the screening.
Read the entire article online at the [dailymail.co.uk.}(http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2875850/Couple-surprise-friends-family-inviting-film-cinema-getting-MARRIED.html).
October 31, 2014
October 30, 2014
October 27, 2014
JERSEY CITY, NJ —
“THE SHiNiNG” Nite
The Movie AND a Masquerade After-Party
A Unique Halloween Happening, One Day Later
That’s also a Benefit for Friends of the Loew’s
November 1, starting at 7PM
At the Landmark Loew’s Jersey Theatre 54 Journal Square, Jersey City, NJ 07306 (201) 798-6055 loewsjersey.org For tickets: http://shining-nite-loews.eventbrite.com/. The Landmark Loew’s Jersey is a historic theatre operating as a non-profit arts center
October 23, 2014
WASHINGTON, DC — Peter Voth and the DC Independent Film Festival are joining forces for a series, “Going to the Movies”, on October 28th, with an event honoring the MacArthur Theater. The event, called “Remembering the MacArthur Theater and Neighborhood Movie-Going”, will be held at the Community Church of the Palisades (5200 Cathedral Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016) and will feature a talk by local historian Dr. Robert Headley, author of Motion Picture Exhibition in Washington, DC, about the MacArthur and other area theaters and will also provide an opportunity for area residents to contribute their own memories to the official oral history of the project. They hope to plan subsequent events honoring other theaters in the city.
October 22, 2014
OJAI, CA — There’s more than just movies at the Ojai Theatre to celebrate its 100th Annviersary. The Ojai Valley Museum is going all out with an exhibit through December tracing the history of the theatre and its place in the community. A mini theater at the museum will play classic films and artifacts will display the history of the building and its various owners. Pieces on movie stars that have spent time in the area will also be on display.
Get all the details in the Ojai Post.
(Thanks to David Zornig for providing the photo.)
October 20, 2014
BROOKLYN, NY — The Nitehawk Cinema just launched a film series to honor the Deuce, the former group of theatres on 42nd Street between 7th and 8th Avenue. The second Thursday of each month, they’ll show a film specifically in tribute to a certain theatre on the row from its heyday.
Read more at Curbed.
(Thanks to William for providing the photo.)
October 16, 2014
JERSEY CITY, NJ —
At The Landmark Loew’s Jersey Theatre 54 Journal Square, Jersey City, NJ 07306 Tel. (201) 798-6055 Fax: (201) 798-4020 Web: www.loewsjersey.org The Landmark Loew’s Jersey is a historic theatre operating as a non-profit arts center
Friday, October 24 8:15PM “Nosferatu” Starring Max Schreck, Alexander Granach, Gustav von Wangenheim, Greta Schroeder. Directed by F.W. Murnau. (1922, 84mins., B&W). Suitable for most audiences.
October 13, 2014
CHARLEROI, PA — The Mid Mon Valley Cultural Trust is putting together the The Olive Thomas Flapper Fete to raise money to renovate the Coyle Theater. The event will go down Oct. 17, 2014 at The Willow Room in Belle Vernon and they hope to use it to repair the roof.
For further details, contact the Mid Mon Valley Cultural Trust.
October 1, 2014
MAYSVILLE, KY — The Rescue the Russell campaign just announced the fall screenings for their increasingly popular film series taking place in the theatre. New classics like “Raiders of the Lost Ark” are mixed in with golden age favorites like “Holiday Inn” for only $5 admission. Just bring your own chair as that is the only option to sit in the theatre under renovation.
Get all the details at WMKY.
(Thanks to Drive-In 54 for providing the photo.)