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Opening night, Friday, October 21: AUTUMN LIGHTS Producer/star Guy Kent and writer/director Angad Aulakh will be participating in Q&As after the 7:10pm and 9:55pm showings of their film AUTUMN LIGHTS. The Q&As will be moderated by Steve Greene from Indiewire and Huffington Post contributor Anthony W. Orlando respectively.
BEST FAKE FRIENDS is a unique dark comedy that shows the dangerous world that still exists long after one leaves high school. The film's producer Paul Kampf will participate in a Q&A after the 7:30 PM show on Wednesday, October 19. [caption id="attachment_8261" align="aligncenter" width="266"] Paul Kampf[/caption]
Do our regular filmic offerings leave your cinephile needs still, somehow, unmet? Well, film festival season is here and we're hosting some terrific ones. First up is the Valley Film Festival this week at the NoHo 7. Since its premiere in 2001, the Valley Film Festival holds the proud title of being the first film festival in L.A.’s San Fernando Valley. Its mission is to further the teaching, production, and distribution of filmmaking in the Valley, with a goal of bringing together established filmmakers, emerging talent, and their audiences on the studio backlot -- just North of Hollywood. Then coming up we have the Polish Film Festival, [...]
It's the majesty of the weird ... the contemplation of the ordinary. - Director Erroll Morris An Art in the Arthouse exclusive! We are currently exhibiting the acclaimed work of master photographer ROSAMOND PURCELL. Recently called "our greatest living 17th Century photographer" by the New York Times, Purcell's photos are on display upstairs at the Monica Film Center's mezzanine lounge. They can be viewed in conjunction with the documentary film about the artist: AN ART THAT NATURE MAKES. Don't miss out on this rare chance to view the film and the art at the same time. All works are for sale. Proceeds benefit the Laemmle Foundation. A [...]
Just in time for Passover, STREIT'S: MATZO AND THE AMERICAN DREAM Opens at the Music Hall and Town Center on April 20
In the heart of New York’s rapidly gentrifying Lower East Side stand four tenement buildings that have housed the Streit’s Matzo factory since 1925. An iconic New York institution and a fifth generation family business, the Streit’s factory and the Streit family itself have long held firmly to tradition, churning flour and water into matzos through ovens as old as the factory itself. Though the factory seems a century removed from the world around it, even Streit’s is not immune to the forces that challenge manufacturing and family businesses everywhere. Streit's: Matzo and the American Dream is a story of tradition, of resistance and resi [...]