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Thanks, Movieguy for posting the Fall “Film Classics” schedule. Shaping up to be a very promising season. (On The Waterfront, Godfather II, Amadeus… who could ask for more?)
Perhaps I’m beating a “dead horse” but is there a chance for the return of the “Horror-thon” from a couple of seasons back ? One of my favorite film series at the Lafayette (although I guess I’m in the minority on this one.) but my guess is that it was not a very big money-maker for the Lafayette.
At one of the last screenings of the spring season, it was mentioned that an advance list for the fall “classics” is available… will that list be posted here ?
Any word yet as to what the films might be for next weekend, June 13 and 14 ?
Has “Little Shop of Horrors” been removed from this weekend’s “Classisc Film” schedule? The Lafayette web site mentions that the next film on this schedule is “Rebel Without A Cause” on June 7th.
Agreed, movieguy. “Glorious” is certainly the word for what the Loews does with their 35mm film programs!
Just got the e-mail on 3/26…. John Huston’s “The African Queen” (with Bogart and Hepburn) will be screened this Saturday at 7 P.M. at the Landmark Loews Jersey.
I know it’s way too early but, any thoughts as to what the Spring (weekend) Film Festival might bring ?
Cabin feaver strikes again!
R.I.P. Mr. Barker.
Very quiet (in terms of films) for the remainder of this month and into March… I hope all is well at this great theater.
Thanks, FOL for that great 35mm presentation of “Jaws” this past weekend. One of those movies that just keeps getting better with time, especially on Loew’s huge screen. Very nice turnout for a film that did not recieve very much advance publicity.
Looking forward to the rest of February and March to see what surprises are in store for us.
Yes. “Jaws” will be screened this Sat., Feb 1 at 7 P.M.
Any news/thoughts on the up-coming Classic Film Weekends at the Lafayette?
In a year-end email from the Friends of Loew’s summarizing some of the great programs of 2013 one of the “frustrations” mentioned was that the government funding coming from Jersey City never seemed to materialize. (If I have my facts straight.)
Would this be the same funding/support for renovations mentioned in your post of Nov. 12 ?
Would anyone know if the new owners of the Teaneck Cinema will continue to use the services of Moviefone.com to up-date their showtimes ? (For me, this is my main source of movie information.) I’ve only noticed thier showtimes on Fandango.
Any thoughts yet on the monthly film programs for the month of January ?
Does anyone know if there are plans to bring into the Teaneck Cinema a “classic film” program as was the case with the former owners?
Happy and Healthy Holiday wishes to everyone at the Lafayette family.
Looking forward to many film classics in 2014.
This is very good news, John. Can’t wait to pay a visit during the holidays.
Would you know if they have the capacity for both 35mm and digital, or are they 100% digital, now?
Praise and a heart-felt thank-you to Film Forum for bring back The “Sci-Fi Festival” this year. I hope it was a big money-maker for you. Love to see this come back every summer, again.
Is there any chance for some type of incarnation of the “Horror-Thon” this year?
Leave it to the Loews Jersey to present such a wonderfully “varied” film program as this past weekend’s.
Car chase films? Who would have thought? (Whoever organizes the Loews film programs should be commended for their imagination and just plain sense of “fun”.)
And (call me old-fahioned, if you will) in glorious 35mm!
Looking forward, FOL to the “Horror Weekend” at the end of October.
I’m hoping and praying that the video only possibilities for the up-coming season don’t entirely pan out. (Any thoughts from the new folks who are currently running the Lafayette?)
It seems to me that there still might be “some” 35mm prints still available (perhaps not as many as in the past.)for exhibition. Case in point….. that beautiful print of Welles' “The Stranger” that was shown last season at the Lafayette. Seeing it in 35mm gave me a whole new perspective on a film that I have never cared for when shown strictly on TCM.
Here’s hoping that 35mm can still be a viable medium at the Lafayette.
Thoughts on the fall “monthly” film season yet?
Very happy to see that Classic Films still have a place at the Lafayette. Quite a nice and varied line-up. (Fellini, anyone?)
I’m hoping that the “Horror-Thon” will make a return, as well. (Can’t remember the last time I saw “Dracula’s Daughter” and “House of Frankenstein” on a local big screen. Except, of course at the Lafayette.)
May I take a moment to wish Mr. Latten every good fortune in his efforts to breathe new life into the Cedar Lane? And it was wonderful,Ms. Joyne to see your photographs of the interior and the progress being made thus far. Looking forward to making the trip in from Wayne for the grand “re-opening”.
Cudos to all involved who show a desire to preserve the local, neighborhood cinemas as a viable alternative to those “rip-off houses” on Rte. 17, etc.!
I’m just thinking out loud , but I wonder how economically “viable” Big Screen Classics has been over the years for the Lafayette? Even though I’m only two years from my official senior “status” I have been and always will be happy to pay for a ticket to the Big Screen Classics program if this means preserving this or any form of “classic” film program. (As I understand it the “senior” audiences who seem to make up the majority of the audiences at these Saturday morning programs get in for free if they live within the community.)
Not wishing to seem insensitive but I hope that the preservation of classic films at the Lafayette will always be a priority.