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125 min. NR
1:10pm | 4:00pm | 7:00pm | 10:10pm
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104 min. PG-13
7:30pm | 10:15pm
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127 min. NR
4:10pm | 7:10pm | 10:00pm
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101 min. NR
1:30pm | 4:30pm
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Stonewall OutLoud
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32 min.
12:45pm
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192 min. NR
1:00pm
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OUR TIME and THE CHAMBERMAID, Two Brilliant Mexican Films, Opening Soon.

After Alfonso Cuarón won the Best Director Oscar for Roma in February, people began pointing out that the Academy had given the award to a Mexican filmmaker in five out of the last six years, a remarkable turn of events. (Cuaron won once before, for Gravity, Alejandro Iñárritu twice for Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) and The Revenant and Guillermo del Toro once for The Shape of Water.) In the coming weeks at the Royal we'll be showcasing even more cinematic talent from Mexico with two terrific new movies: we'll open Our Time [Nuestro Tiempo] on June 28 and The Chambermaid [La Camarista] on July 5, bo [...]
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LAEMMLE LIVE presents The Santa Monica Symphony with Rich Capparela July 14

LAEMMLE LIVE proudly presents musicians from the Santa Monica Symphony featuring Susan Greenberg-Flute, Sara Canning-Clarinet, Guido Lamell-Violin, Carol Sandstrom-Viola and Tom Lloyd-Cello. The ensemble will perform works by Mozart, Beethoven, Crusell and Haydn. Beloved classical radio announcer Rich Capparela returns to Laemmle Live to host. Santa Monica Symphony, heralded by the Huffington Post as the "crown jewel of Southern California's community orchestras" has been serving the community through quality, free concerts since 1945.The Santa Monica Symphony enhances lifelong learning through special open rehearsals and performances at loca [...]
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CHINATOWN 45th Anniversary Screening and Q&A on Thursday, June 27th in West LA.

Laemmle Theatres and the Anniversary Classics Series present a screening of one of the most memorable films of the 70s, the neo-noir mystery thriller, CHINATOWN. Nominated for 11 Academy Awards in 1974 (including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor Jack Nicholson and Best Actress Faye Dunaway), the film won the Oscar for the original screenplay by Robert Towne. Although it was set in a beautifully recreated 1930s universe, the film reflected the bitter cynicism and disillusionment of the Vietnam and Watergate era.Towne was a Los Angeles native, and he had long been fascinated by the history of the city, where the sun-dappled settings hid [...]
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LA CAGE AUX FOLLES Anniversary Classics Screenings for Pride Month!

Laemmle Theatres and the Anniversary Classics Series present screenings of the milestone Oscar-nominated French comedy, LA CAGE AUX FOLLES, as part of the Anniversary Classics Abroad program. The screenings mark the 40th anniversary of the American release in 1979, as well as noting LGBTQ Pride Month, and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots.LA CAGE AUX FOLLES, based on a hit French stage farce by Jean Poiret, was adapted for the screen by Poiret, Francis Veber, Marcello Dano, and Edouard Molinaro, who also directed. The “birds of a feather” story concerns a gay couple in St. Tropez, Renato (played by the veteran Italian ac [...]
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ROOM AT THE TOP 60th Anniversary Screening and Q&A with KCRW Art Critic Edward Goldman

Laemmle Theatres and the Anniversary Classics Series present a 60th anniversary screening of one of the most influential of all British films, the Oscar-winning ROOM AT THE TOP. The film was one of the five nominees for Best Picture of 1959, and also earned nominations for director Jack Clayton, actor Laurence Harvey, and supporting actress Hermione Baddeley. Surprising some of the pundits, Simone Signoret was named Best Actress of the Year, besting Hollywood favorites Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor, and Katharine Hepburn. The film also won the Oscar for best adapted screenplay.Neil Paterson adapted the acclaimed novel by John Braine that t [...]
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