May 14, 2013
COLUMBUS, OH — The CAPA Summer Film Series is back for its 43rd season featuring a variety of genres through the end of August. A Fright Night Friday Double Feature and a number of Hitchcock classics highlight the comprehensive festival of hits from the 30’s through 70’s.
Read more and see the full schedule on their official website.
(Thanks to spectrum for providing the photo.)
May 9, 2013
NEW CASTLE, PA — The Board of Trustees of the non-profit Warner Film Center have announced the start of sales of 1,000 Sweepstakes-raffle tickets to the public.
Three major prizes are included in the raffle to be held on July 1, 2 and 3, 2013.
May 7, 2013
RED BANK, NJ — Count Basie Theatre staff announced its 2013 annual gala called “flick” a month-long celebration of Film and the New Jersey film industry that will kick-off May 14 with a free screening of the documentary film “Sound City” and culminate with a gala celebration and concert on June 14 with 6-time Grammy award and 2-time Academy award winner Randy Newman.
There will be several “flick” events in between including a curated Q and A “actor’s studio” type of evening with Joe Pantoliano “Joey Pants” on June 6 curated by John Bathke. Proceeds of the “flick” gala will help upgrade the Basie with digital and satellite technology. “The Count Basie Theatre has a rich history of film since its inception,” said CEO Adam Philipson, “this event will honor the contributions of film and filmmakers in the State – from directors to grips – and help move us into the 21st Century.” For more information contact Shannon Eadon Director of Development at 732-224-8778 ext. 128.
May 3, 2013
WALTHAM, MA — Alex Green, owner of Back Pages Books, will be hosting a free event this Saturday with photographer Julia Solis and Waltham-based filmmaker Bryan Papciak. They will be discussing Julia’s new book “Stages of Decay”, which showcases deteriorating theater buildings and performance spaces from around the world.
The book has just been covered with great acclaim in the New York Times and Huffington Post and Back Pages Books is her only stop in New England. The event will be hosted at Back Pages Books, in Waltham MA, and will begin at 7pm.
Event Page on Back Pages Books Website
May 2, 2013
CHICAGO, IL — “You’ll put your eye out!”
This familiar warning gets a fresh demonstration this summer in THE VIKINGS, the awesome widescreen adventure featuring a one-eyed Kirk Douglas. It’s one of several lessons to be gleaned from the Northwest Chicago Film Society’s latest calendar. Film Society habitués will also learn what it takes to survive as a gay black hustler in pre-Stonewall New York, what constitutes proper etiquette at a Beacon Hill dinner party, and how to make the crippled walk again! Who says learning can’t be fun?
The Northwest Chicago Film Society is proud to announce its eighth, extra-educational season, which will run from May 1 to August 28 at the historic, newly renovated Portage Theater. Building upon its specialty of screening strange films in beautiful 35mm prints (and, occasionally, beautiful films in strange prints), the Northwest Chicago Film Society’s summer season will span more than six decades of cinema history—from 1929’s sci-fi pacifist paean HIGH TREASON to Jim Jarmusch’s laconic post-acid, post-Western DEAD MAN (1995). You’ll get something different every week—and, with our newly expanded calendar, you can even get something different twice a week!
April 29, 2013
JERSEY CITY, NJ — Fri, May 3, starting at 7:30PM
Sally Kellerman In Person Hosting “MAS*H” Screening With book signing of Read My Lips, her new autobiography And on-stage interview.
At The Landmark Loew’s Jersey Theatre 54 Journal Square, Jersey City, NJ 07306 Tel. (201) 798-6055 Fax: (201) 798-4020 Web: http://www.loewsjersey.org/
A Not-For-Profit Arts Center in a Landmark Movie Palace
March 13, 2013
LOS ANGELES, CA — The annual Last Remaining Seats film series is coming and yet again, Angelenos will have an opportunity to visit some rarely-open treasures. Check out their website for the full schedule including an evening at the 101-year-old Palace Theatre and “My Fair Lady” at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.
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February 22, 2013
SIOUX CITY, IA — A photo exhibit at the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center focuses on the decline of the American drive-in theater. Photographer Michael Flecky features many shots of abandoned theaters and lots as there hasn’t been an operating drive-in locally for a while.
Read more in the Sioux City Journal.