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99 min. NR
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LAEMMLE LIVE presents: Los Angeles Baroque on September 10

RSVP USING EVENTBRITE This is a Free Event! Coffee, Cantatas, and Conversation! Please join us Sunday, September 10 when LAEMMLE LIVE welcomes Los Angeles Baroque for a FREE chamber music concert. The baroque ensemble's Westside debut will feature Bach's Brandenburg Concerto 6 and a mini comic opera, A Coffee Cantata, in a new (and very funny) translation by Hugh Macdonald. Directed by Lindsey Strand-Polyak and Alexa Haynes-Pilon, Los Angeles Baroque (LAB) was founded in 2016.  LAB enables dedicated professional, student and community musicians from greater Los Angeles to explore repertoire, learn Baroque playing style and [...]
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ART IN THE ARTHOUSE presents: SHULA SINGER ARBEL at the Monica Film Center September 6

Art in the Arthouse proudly presents LOVE, HOPE, MEMORY, featuring the works of SHULA SINGER ARBEL at the Monica Film Center. Please join us for our slide show on the big screen, artist talk, and of course, the wine, cheese and conversation Art in the Arthouse is known for. Drawing inspiration from her incredible family history,  ARBEL created paintings based on photographs found in an old photo album. Curated by Tish Laemmle, the exhibit runs through early December at the Monica Film Center in Santa Monica.  shulasingerarbel.com Artist Reception: Monica Film Center Wednesday, September 6, 7 [...]
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45th Anniversary Screenings of Louis Malle’s MURMUR OF THE HEART on Wednesday, August 16th in Encino, Pasadena, and West LA

Laemmle Theatres and the Anniversary Classics Series present the latest installment in our Anniversary Classics Abroad series, Louis Malle’s irreverent and often uproarious comedy, MURMUR OF THE HEART, which earned an Oscar nomination for Best Original Screenplay of 1972. During the course of his career, Malle proved himself one of the most astonishingly versatile of all international directors. His movies ran the gamut from the influential French noir, Elevator to the Gallows to the sexually daring drama, The Lovers, which was charged with obscenity and eventually cleared by the United States Supreme Court; the dark screwball co [...]
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ART IN THE ARTHOUSE presents: THREE WOMEN: PERCHED UPON THE TREE OF LIFE at the Royal

BLANDINE SAINT-OYANT, RANA WILSON and NADEGE BAER Three Artists perched high above the fray, upon a tree bending towards the heavens. The dappling of leaves, the rounded crescent forms and the ether itself, all imagery ribboning towards the nascent sky. When forms dance, they dance with hope, they dance with joy and they dance for Life. Art in the Arthouse presents the artworks of three extraordinary artists, distinct in craft and vision, yet connected by their visceral energy and joie de vivre.  Don't miss this unique exhibit, now on display at the Royal through October 21, 2017. NADEGE BAER and BLANDINE SAINT-OYANT ar [...]
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LAEMMLE LIVE presents: McCabe’s Guitar Shop on August 13

RSVP USING EVENTBRITE This is a Free Event It doesn't get much better than this! Sunday, August 13 LAEMMLE LIVE welcomes McCabes Guitar Shop for a free pop-up celebration of all things guitar, banjo, ukulele and harmonica. McCabe's renowned teachers and students share their musical wit and wisdom with lively performances and demos. Hosted by Head of Music School Denny Croy at the Monica Film Center. It began in 1958. Furniture designer Gerald McCabe repaired guitars for his folk-singer wife’s musician friends who had no local music store. Gerald and his friend Ed Kahn decided to open a small music shop on Pico Blvd in Santa M [...]
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