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Indiewire ~ "GETT: THE TRIAL OF VIVIANE AMSALEM: One Film That Could Change the Course of Women's Rights in Israel"

An Israeli woman (Ronit Elkabetz) seeking to finalize a divorce (gett) from her estranged husband finds herself effectively put on trial by her country’s religious marriage laws, in GETT: THE TRIAL OF VIVIANE AMSALEM, a powerhouse courtroom drama and Oscar nominee for Best Foreign Language Film from sibling directors Shlomi and Ronit Elkabetz. Laemmle Theatres opens the film at the Royal on February 13, the Playhouse, Town Center 5 and Claremont 5 on February 20 and the NoHo 7 on February 27. In Israel, there is neither civil marriage nor civil divorce; only Orthodox rabbis can legalize a union or its dissolution, which is only possible wi [...]
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AMERICAN BEAR Filmmaker-Adventurers at Both Laemmle Screenings for Q&A's

As seen in the documentary AMERICAN BEAR, Sarah and Greg set out to critically explore American culture, compassion, and fear by relying on the kindness of strangers for a home each night. Traveling through 30 states in 60 days, they spend every day in a new town, learning why people may or may not be willing to open their homes. Sarah and Greg spend time getting to know their hosts – each uniquely, culturally American – while the film raises questions about how we define American identities. AMERICAN BEAR co-directors Gregory Grano and Sarah Sellman will participate in Q&A's after both the January 28 screening at the NoHo 7 and the Ja [...]
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LITTLE ACCIDENTS Q&A at the NoHo Opening Weekend

When a teenage boy goes missing in a small town already devastated by a fatal mining accident, three strangers find themselves drawn together in a tangle of secrets, lies, and the collective grief of the community. Elizabeth Banks, Josh Lucas and Boyd Holbrook star in the new indie drama LITTLE ACCIDENTS. LITTLE ACCIDENTS cinematographer Rachel Morrison will participate in a Q&A moderated by Hilari Scarl of the Alliance of Women Directors after the 7 PM screening at the NoHo 7 on Saturday, January 17.
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Ride with Greg Laemmle and Win a 2015 Movie Pass

It's time for our 3rd Annual Ride with Greg Laemmle Climate Ride Contest!  Don't miss your chance to participate in this life-altering event.  Last year our team was 14 strong and we're expecting to surpass that number for 2015.  Join us and become part of our amazing group! What's more, tell us why you want to ride with Greg and you could win an Unlimited Laemmle Movie Pass for the remainder of 2015, free registration for Climate Ride California, and a $2500 contribution toward your Climate Ride fundraising goal from the Laemmle Charitable Foundation.  See the second and third prize packages, eligibility requirements, and all contest deta [...]
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Greg Laemmle on NPR: "We...see some real problems in the idea that someone lurking in the shadows can shut down the release of material they don't like." THE INTERVIEW in Theaters Starting Christmas Day.

It was truly troubling when craven hackers punched holes in Sony Pictures Entertainment, data dumping private email and employees' personal information for anyone with an Internet connection to peruse, but when the so-called Guardians of Peace successfully got Sony to shelve THE INTERVIEW, it was shocking. Fortunately, the nation's independent cinemas stepped up, offering a couple hundred screens in defiance of the terrorists. The latest Seth Rogan/James Franco comedy/bromance is not in Laemmle Theatres' wheelhouse, but of course we feel rather strongly about the First Amendment and are pleased to open THE INTERVIEW at the Music Hall on Chris [...]
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