Today’s Newsreel

posted by Ross Melnick on September 12, 2003 at 9:11 am

Pleasant Hill’s Movie Dome Having Cinematic Last Hurrah
PLEASANT HILL, CA — Read the San Francisco Chronicle article

Proposed Senior Center At RKO Plaza Draws Some Heat In Flushing

Read the Queens Chronicle story

(Thanks to Bryan Krefft for sending this in!)

“How The West Was Won” In 3-Strip Cinerama Opens Today At The Dome!
HOLLYWOOD, CA — According to the Arclight website, “The Cinerama Dome will present this epic movie in its original three-strip Cinerama projection process. A newly reconstructed print was made from the original camera negative for this presentation. Don’t miss the opportunity to experience this part of American cinematic history – not seen in Los Angeles since 1963 – playing in the Dome from Sept. 12 – Sept. 25.”

Visit the Arclight Cinemas website

Free Screening of David Strohmaier’s “Cinerama Adventure” In The Dome!
HOLLYWOOD, CA — From the filmmaker: “The Cinerama Adventure documentary (35mm, Dolby 5.1) will screen in the Cinerama Dome theatre on Sunset Blvd. Monday September 15th at 11:45 AM. The screening is free, parking may not be ($6.00) at the Arclight parking structure behind the theater. This screening is being held as part of the 3D Festival at the Egyptian and the How The West Was Won 40th aniversary events at the Dome.”

This is a terrific documentary and is a must-see for anyone who loves Cinerama, film history, or filmmaking.

Visit the official “Cinerama Advenure” website
More information on the World 3-D Film Expo

Who says there’s nothing to do in LA?!?!?! Have a great weekend everyone — go out and see some movies!

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