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Photo Gallery: The All New Laemmle Monica Film Center

If you haven't had a chance to visit our newly opened Monica Film Center, you're missing out! It looks fantastic and fellow movie nerds have already said it feels like home. But what's a movie theater without movies, right? Well, we're off to a great start on that front as well! The latest Coen brothers film HAIL, CAESAR! opens this Friday. TROUBLEMAKERS: THE STORY OF LAND ART also starts Friday and the film's director will participate in a Q&A following the 7:20PM show opening night. ANOMALISA, THE LADY IN THE VAN, and THE 2016 OSCAR NOMINATED SHORT DOCS will continue through next week. Thursday is the last day to catch the Oscar-nomi [...]
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A rare chance to see all five Oscar-nominated foreign language films before the Academy Awards.

The Academy Awards are many things: entertaining, infuriating, moving, boring. For foreign films, our bread and butter, the Oscars can be quite effective at bringing attention to worthy movies from abroad. That done, the next challenge for cinephiles in the general public is to find a way to see them as they were meant to be seen: on a big screen with an audience in a movie theater. In a typical year, the five nominees for the Foreign Language Film Oscar include one or two that hit theaters months earlier, one or two that are currently in theaters, and one or two that may come out after the big night. This year, that night is February 28 and [...]
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New Year's Resolution: See More Movies, Spend Less Money

'Spend less money' always ranks high on those annual lists of top resolutions for the New Year. And, no matter how many films we see here in Laemmle-land, 'see more movies' always sits atop our list. Using a bit of our own movie magic we've combined these seemingly incompatible resolutions and outlined how you can see more movies at Laemmle for less money! Laemmle Premiere Card With a Laemmle Premiere Card you receive $2 off movie tickets and 20% off concessions. Plus, every Thursday Premiere Card holders get a free medium popcorn. You can buy a Premiere Card online or at the box office for $100. Use it for all your Laemmle purchases and [...]
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Wonder of Wonders - It's Fiddler Sing-a-Long Time Again!

*** FIDDLER UPDATES  (skip to main article) We're pleased to announce an all-star line-up of Fiddler Hosts for 2015! Also, as in year's past, we'll have food trucks out at select locations. Here's the per-location rundown of what's shaking in the shtetl: Ahrya Fine Arts Dr. Ron Wolfson - author, professor - BUY TIX BONUS! - Dr. Wolfson will be signing a copies of his new book, The Best Boy in the United States of America: A Memoir of Blessings and Kisses. Claremont 5 Cantor Paul Buch - BUY TIX NoHo 7 Craig Taubman - entertainer, community organizer - BUY TIX FOOD TRUCK - The Deli Doctor (truck food welcome inside the theater) [...]
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SEMBENE! The inspiring story of the father of African cinema opens November 27 at the Music Hall

“Whether it’s DeMille, Hitchcock, the Senegalese filmmaker Sembene … we’re all walking in their footsteps every day.” – Martin Scorsese Over scenes of an African village, we hear a voice, the voice of Samba Gadjigo: “I grew up in a small village in Senegal, with no TV, no newspapers, no radio. All I had was stories told by my grandmother. By the time I was 14, I dreamed of becoming French, like the characters in the books I read in high school. When I was 17, I discovered the stories of Ousmane Sembene, the father of African cinema. Suddenly, I did not want to be French anymore. I wanted to be African.” Gadjigo, Sembene’s biographer, [...]
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