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ONE WEEK AND A DAY filmmaker Asaph Polonsky will participate in Q&A's at the Royal after the 7:10 PM shows Friday and Saturday, April 28 and 29, and after the 4:30 show on Sunday, April 30. He'll also do a Q&A after the 1:50 PM screening at the Town Center on Sunday, April 30.
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ONE WEEK AND A DAY Filmmaker in Person this Weekend at the Royal and Town Center.

ONE WEEK AND A DAY filmmaker Asaph Polonsky will participate in Q&A's at the Royal after the 7:10 PM shows Friday and Saturday, April 28 and 29, and after the 4:30 show on Sunday, April 30. He'll also do Q&A's after the 1:50 PM screenings at the Town Center on Saturday and Sunday, April 29 and 30.
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Food Historian Linda Civitello on Terence Davies’ New Emily Dickinson Bio-Pic A QUIET PASSION.

The following post is by food historian Linda Civitello: Terence Davies’ masterpiece, A Quiet Passion, has a scene where Emily Dickinson bakes bread and later is informed that it won a prize. This is true. In 1856, Dickinson’s Brown Bread won second prize at a local fair. One of the judges was her sister Lavinia—“Vinnie”—played by Jennifer Ehle, who was Elizabeth Bennet in the mini-series Pride and Prejudice, and the miscalculating intelligence agent in Zero Dark Thirty. Dickinson’s prize-winning bread was made from rye and cornmeal because wheat did not grow well in New England. The bread, like Ne [...]
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55th Anniversary Screening of Akira Kurosawa’s YOJIMBO on 4/19 in Encino, Pasadena, and West LA

Kurosawa's YOJIMBO (1962) screens Wednesday, April 19, at 7PM in West LA, Encino, and Pasadena. Presented on Blu-ray. Click here for tickets. Laemmle Theatres and Anniversary Classics Abroad present a 55th anniversary screening of Akira Kurosawa’s YOJIMBO, a vivid tongue-in-cheek samurai Western. Kurosawa’s favorite actor, Toshiro Mifune, plays an amoral samurai in 19th century Japan. In a setup reminiscent of many classic Westerns (Shane in particular), Mifune’s Sanjuro strides into town and tries to reconcile a battle between two warring factions. But in this case both of the gangs are equally corrupt, and our hero is n [...]
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Los Angeles Smash Hit Special guest Q&A This weekend! The Women’s Balcony ישמח חתני NOW Playing! West LA & Encino Meet Director Emil Ben Shimon at Special Q&A’s April 7-9!

THE WOMEN'S BALCONY filmmaker Emil Ben-Shimon will participate in Q&A's on Saturday, April 8th after the 4:40 PM show at the Town Center and after the 7:20 show at the Royal. On Sunday, April 9th, he'll do Q&A's after the 1:50 show at the Royal and after the 4:40 show at the Town Center. Here's a short video message from the filmmaker about his Q&A's:
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THE LAST LAUGH Q&A’s this Weekend at the Music Hall and Town Center 5.

THE LAST LAUGH filmmaker Ferne Pearlstein will participate in Q&A's at the Music Hall after the 7:30 PM screenings on Friday and Saturday, March 17 and 18, and after the 3:10 PM show at the Town Center on Sunday, March 18. Renee Firestone, Robert Clary (Hogan's Heroes), and producer Anne Hubbell will join her for the Friday Q&A. Holocaust scholar Michael Berenbaum will join her for the Saturday Q&A.
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