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Summer Camp: Every Throwback Thursday in June at the NoHo 7

Join Laemmle and  Eat|See|Hear for Summer Camp at the NoHo 7 in North Hollywood! Every Thursday in June our Throwback Thursday (#TBT) series presents some of our favorite intentionally (and unintentionally) campy films from the last sixty years! It all starts Thursday, June 2nd with VALLEY OF THE DOLLS. Check out the full schedule below. For tickets and our full #TBT schedule, visit laemmle.com/tbt! June 2: Valley of the Dolls A cinematic take on a 1960s best-seller, VALLEY OF THE DOLLS traces the ups and downs of three young women as fame, booze, pills, and men consume their lives. Well-bred, small-town Anne Welles (Peyton Place star Barba [...]
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"What are you doing in my closet, Jeffrey Beaumont?" David Lynch's BLUE VELVET, Restored for Thirtieth Anniversary Screenings.

There's something going on behind the white picket fences of Lumberton, North Carolina. And after stumbling upon a severed human ear in a field, mystery loving college student Jeffrey Beaumont (Kyle MacLachlan) is determined to find out what. Teaming up with the daughter (Laura Dern) of a local police detective, Jeffrey's investigation leads him into a strange world of sensuality and violence, with the intrigue of the missing ear seemingly stemming from the relationship between a troubled nightclub singer (Isabella Rossellini) and a sociopathic sadomasochist (Dennis Hopper). See BLUE VELVET on the big screen June 1st at the Claremont, Play [...]
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Viva La Raza: A Celebration of Latino Culture on the Big Screen Every Throwback Thursday in May

Join Laemmle and Eat|See|Hear for Viva La Raza, a month-long celebration of Latino culture on the big screen every Throwback Thursday (#TBT) in May at the NoHo 7 in North Hollywood! Many of these films did not receive the attention they deserved when first released. We're excited to have the opportunity to shine a light on these movies and the culture they represent. Acompaña a Laemmle y a Eat|See|Hear para Viva La Raza, una celebración de La Cultura Latina en la pantalla grande cada Jueves del mes de Mayo que es parte del programa Throwback Thursday (#TBT) en el cine NoHo 7 en North Hollywood! Muchas de estas películas no recibieron la at [...]
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Spanish Director Alex de la Iglesia in Person for Q&A's after EL CRIMEN PERFECTO and MI GRAN NOCHE

Filmmaker Alex de la Iglesia will participate in Q&A's after the 7:30 PM screening of A PERFECT CRIME at Ahrya Fine Arts in Beverly Hills on 4/13 and after the 4:30 PM screening of his new release MY BIG NIGHT at the Music Hall 3 in Beverly Hills on 4/16. MY BIG NIGHT [Mi Gran Noche] is an audaciously inventive ensemble comedy brimming with showbiz satire that received four GOYA nominations. It opens April 15th at the Music Hall 3 in Beverly Hills and the Playhouse 7 in Pasadena. Click here for tickets. THE PERFECT CRIME [El Crimen Perfecto or Crimen Ferpecto] is De la Iglesia's 2004 black comedy set in an upscale department sto [...]
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AFERIM! Return Engagement at the Fine Arts Starts Friday with Special Screenings at the NoHo, Playhouse, Monica Film Center and Claremont 5 April 11-14

Eastern Europe, 1835. Two riders cross a barren landscape in the middle of Wallachia. They are the gendarme Costandin and his son. Together they are searching for a gypsy slave who has run away from his nobleman master and is suspected of having an affair with the noble's wife. While the unflappable Costandin comments on every situation with a cheery aphorism, his son takes a more contemplative view of the world. Radu Jude’s brilliant third feature AFERIM! has been aptly compared to films as diverse as THE SEARCHERS, THE LAST DETAIL and PULP FICTION (the latter for its rambling, coarse and endlessly entertaining dialogue), but the film is [...]
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