Events

  • April 25, 2007

    Last Remaining Seats update

    LOS ANGELES, CA — As mentioned in my column the other week, the Last Remaining Seats film series is coming back to Los Angeles starting next month. As usual, sales have been quite brisk. If you want tickets, especially for the first two evenings(N by NW and Roman Holiday) I would buy them immediately because they will sell out.

    More information is available at the Los Angeles Conservancy Website.

    (Photo courtesy of Berger/Conser Photography)

  • April 19, 2007

    Syracuse International Film Festival 2007 opens on April 18th

    SYRACUSE, NY — The upcoming Tribeca Film Festival isn’t the only film event that New York has to offer – the 2007 Syracuse International Film Festival will celebrate its official opening night this Wednesday, April 18th at 7 p.m. at the historic Syracuse Area Landmark Theatre (“SALT”) the program will feature a silent film screening along with a live concert performance, followed by a reception.

    Award-winning and internationally-acclaimed Native American composer/musician Brent Michael Davids will join the nationally-recognized Society For New Music and members of the Syracuse Symphony to present his orchestrated full score for the 1920 silent film, “The Last of the Mohicans”.

    Davids' original score will accompany the screening of the 73-minute classic silent film starring Wallace Beery. During the concert, Davids will perform with a large number of Native American percussion instruments and a handmade flute fashioned from quartz crystal, which he created. Randall Craig Fleischer (of the Anchorage Symphony) will conduct the orchestra, consisting of the Society For New Music core ensemble along with members of the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra.

  • April 17, 2007

    Classic Films – Timeless Romance at the Loew’s Jersey

    The joy of finding love is equaled in intensity only by the despair of fearing that it is not meant to last.

    Time and fate can be treacherous allies in love.

    Little wonder, then, that some of the finest literature and greatest movies are about love transcending time. This month, the Landmark Loew’s Jersey presents three of the most legendary such films.

    Wuthering Heights Friday, April 27 at 8PM
    Starring Laurence Olivier & Merle Oberon. Directed by William Wyler. Produced by Samuel Goldwyn. (1939, 110mins., B&W, United Artists) Though repeatedly re-made, this is considered the definitive version of Emily Bronte’s classic novel. Olivier and Oberon give outstanding performances in this story of love, loss and time.

    The legendary screen-writing team of Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur wrote the script, with uncredited input from John Huston. A timeless classic not to be missed by lovers of film.

  • “Admit One” exhibition at Museum of Brisbane

    BRISBANE, AUS — Currently running at the Museum of Brisbane within City Hall is an exhibition celebrating the history of Brisbane’s cinemas. There is a small theatre that includes many features typical of local cinemas of the past. The varied and interesting exhibits also include a special slide show about the Regent Theatre, of which only the original foyer remains to remind us of its past grandeur.

    The exhibition runs until 19 August. More can be found at
    the Our Brisbane Website.

  • April 6, 2007

    Organ concert at The Brooklyn Paramount(UPDATED: Event cancelled)

    Hi all,

    If you’re in the area and wanted to see the inside of the old Brooklyn Paramount (Now the L.I.U. Gym), there will be an organ concert given on the originial Mighty Wurlitzer 4/26 opus 1984 organ which was installed when the theatre was built.

    Come and hear the a Mighty Wrulitzer in a way you’ve never heard one before. That’s because there are no carpets, seats or drapes to surpress the sound. Just the wood gym floor. Great for the organ, bad for stage shows.

  • April 4, 2007

    Ben-Hur at CinemaWorld

    LINCOLN, RI — Cinemaworld has announced showings of Ben-Hur over the Easter weekend. It will run April 6,7,8 with showtimes at 1:00pm and 7:00pm all three days. If you have any questions you can visit the website or call the theatre at (401)-333-8019.

    Also they also have announced the second annual Lord of the Rings Trilogy. This will be shown April 28th starting at noon. Tickets for this event are $12.50 per person for all three movies. Information for this as well as tickets are available on the website or calling the theatre.

  • March 30, 2007

    Preserve Me a Seat To Show in Springfield, Missouri, Friday Night

    For any cinematreasures readers living in the Springfield, Missouri area, I wanted to let you know that this coming Friday night, March 30th, “Preserve Me a Seat” will be shown at the historic Gillioz Theatre as a fundraiser. Showtime is at 7:00 p.m. For more information, please visit The Gillioz’s website.

    For more information about “Preserve Me a Seat,” or to purchase a dvd copy of the film, please visit Apartment 101 Films.

    Thanks,
    Jim

  • March 29, 2007

    A sister of San Clemente’s Miramar Theater shines bright

    Newport Beach Film Festival
    April 19th – 29th

    Red carpet opening night film screening & gala
    International spotlight & events
    Over 350 films from around the world
    Seminars, family film series, collegiate showcase, & youth film showcase
    Largest entertainment event in Orange County
    Over 300 films from 30 countries will be screened
    Well attended by distribution & industry executive
    35,000+ Attendance
    World-class beach resort

    Not only are the Newport Beach Lido Theater & the San Clemente Beach Miramar both single screen theaters!

  • March 27, 2007

    2nd annual Kent Film Festival

    KENT, CT — The city of Kent, a small town of just under three thousand which lies on the border of Western Connecticut and New York State – just 30 miles north of Danbury, is gearing up for their 2nd annual Film Festival, March 29 to April 1. Tix range from $12 for a one-day pass to $125 for the “red-carpet” treatment with a real red carpet being utilized for kicks. Fifty films will be presented.

    I never knew about the first one, but it’s apparent they are taking advantage of the wealth of actors* who live in this area and on the heels of the recent Bethel Film Festival and CT Film Festival.

  • March 23, 2007

    Fox Fullerton opens its doors again

    FULLERTON, CA — After being shutterred for many years, the Fox Fullerton, is opening up once again for a stage show on April 27th. This will be the culmination of a huge fundraising campaign to restore it.

    For the first time in 53 years, the Fox Fullerton Theatre curtain will rise on a stage performance, during “A Night in Fullerton” on April 27.

    In 1954, the last live stage show was performed. Then the Fox became a full-time movie theater. In 1987, it closed after falling into disrepair.

    Two years ago, the Historic Theater Foundation, with the help of a $1.6 million grant from the city and private funds, launched a campaign to restore the theater to its former glory.

    For more, go to the OC Register.