Music Hall 3
9036 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
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73 min. NR
12:30pm | 2:50pm
82 min. NR
12:20pm | 2:40pm | 5:00pm | 7:20pm | 9:45pm
92 min. NR
7:30pm | 9:50pm
83 min. NR
BOTSO is the powerfully inspiring story of Wachtang "Botso" Korisheli, a man from the Republic of Georgia who endured both Stalin and Hitler and went on to inspire world-class musicians in a small coastal village in California. BOTSO director Tom Walters and other members of the production team will be hosting Q&A's after the 7:20 PM screenings at the Music Hall on Friday through Sunday, October 24-26. [caption id="attachment_4271" align="alignleft" width="242" caption="BOTSO filmmaker Thomas Walters"][/caption]
In ETERNITY: THE MOVIE, Todd Lucas is a naive songwriter from the Midwest. B.J. Fairchild is a brash saxophonist from the Valley. Alone, they are pathetic losers. Together, they form the 1980s R&B duo Eternity. Meet the cast -- Donna Ruko, Tamzin Brown, Jesse Kove, Scott Seymour, Myko Olivier, Martin Kove, Liz McGeever and Jon Gries -- director, Ian Thorpe, and screenwriter, Joey Abi-Loutfi, of this new musical comedy opening night at the Music Hall. They'll be there for the 7:30 PM screening. Thorpe and Abi-Loutfi will also do a Q&A after the 10 PM show on Friday and the 7:30 show on Saturday.
Please note the Monday, October 20 screening of TAMING OF THE SHREW at the Music Hall is cancelled. We will still screen at 1 PM on Tuesday, October 21. The Monday screenings at other Laemmle venues will proceed.
How does a 16-year-old honor student evolve into a bank robber? In EVOLUTION OF A CRIMINAL, filmmaker Darius Clark Monroe asks this very question about himself. After seeing his mother and stepfather struggle to make ends meet while living outside of Houston, Monroe decided to help them by robbing a bank with two friends. Executive produced by Spike Lee. Monroe, director of this acclaimed new autobiographical documentary, will participate in Q&A's after the 7:10 screenings at the Music Hall on Friday, October 17 and Tuesday, October 21.
A recently discovered cache of hundreds of personal letters, diaries, and photographs belonging to Nazi Gestapo chief Heinrich Himmler seems to reveal a thoughtful, loving husband and devoted father to his daughter, Gudrun. The documents were hidden in Tel Aviv for decades and sold to the father of the Israeli documentary filmmaker, Vanessa Lapa. With her film THE DECENT ONE she has fashioned a fascinating case study: a portrait of the man responsible for some of the worst atrocities of the Second World War, who thought of himself in heroic terms. Ms. Lapa will discuss Himmler and her film during Q&A's after the 7:20 PM screenings of THE [...]