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THE PARTY’S JUST BEGINNING Q&A Moderated by John Cho with with Cast and Crew at the Monica Film Center Opening Night.

THE PARTY'S JUST BEGINNING Q&A moderated by John Cho with actor, filmmaker Karen Gillan, actor Rachel Jackson, producers Mali Elfman, R. Andru Davies, executive producer Tien-Huei Grace Yeh following the 7:45 pm show on Friday,
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ART IN THE ARTHOUSE: Art for the Holidays

With the holidays right around the corner, why not consider giving a meaningful gift of art or simply stop by to view our galleries. No tickets required. ART IN THE ARTHOUSE connects film audiences with the visual arts all year long and our artwork is for sale.  We proudly deliver a unique, alternative art-viewing experience at seven of our nine venues. You might be inspired to buy a memorable work of art for someone special.Check out the bold, dynamic paintings and collages of Isabella Kelly-Ramirez at the Monica Film Center. Ramirez coopts images from fashion and art magazines, repurposing them to create surreal urban legends and ironi [...]
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BATHTUBS OVER BROADWAY Q&A’s with Filmmaker Opening Weekend at the Monica Film Center.

BATHTUBS OVER BROADWAY director Dava Whisenant will participate in Q&A's following the 7:50 pm shows on Friday, 11/30 & Saturday, 12/1 and after the 1:10 pm show on Sunday, 12/2. 
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PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF DESIRE Q&A’s Saturday, 12/1 at the Monica Film Center.

PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF DESIRE post screening Q&A's:Saturday Dec 1st: 4:10pm (director Hao Wu & Adrian Chen, staff writer at The New Yorker) and 7:00pm (director with a panel of Chinese online
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The New Yorker Magazine on BATHTUBS OVER BROADWAY, Opening Friday at the Monica Film Center: “Can a Musical Sponsored by a Toilet Manufacturer Be a Work of Art?”

From the New Yorker today, November 27, 2018, by Richard Brody: From the title alone, it’s obvious that “Bathtubs Over Broadway,” a new documentary by Dava Whisenant that opens this Friday, will be a delight. Its subject is the industrial musical—plays produced by corporations for their employees to enjoy at nationwide or regional sales meetings and conventions. Steve Young, who was, for more than twenty years, a writer for David Letterman, became obsessed, in the mid-nineties, with these shows—in particular, with LPs of them, which were pressed solely to be distributed to employees as souvenirs. The ostensible s [...]
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