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Bel Canto
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102 min. NR
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Bhayanakam
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125 min. NR
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128 min. R
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The Children Act Closed Captioning Available Closed Captioning Available
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105 min. R
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An Ideal Husband
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160 min. NR
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Juliet, Naked Closed Captioning Available Closed Captioning Available
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98 min. R
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Kadamman
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Monster Challenge
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13 min.
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123 min. PG-13
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The Pig on the Hill
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6 min. G
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Rebirth
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100 min. R
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ART IN THE ARTHOUSE presents: The Claremont Art Show 2018 September 30

Artist ReceptionLaemmle Claremont 5450 West 2nd StreetSunday, September 30, 11am-1pmRSVP hereThis is a free event!Laemmle's Art in the Arthouse presents THE CLAREMONT ART SHOW 2018!  Please join us as we celebrate local artists in an intimate theatre setting. Produced by master impresario Lynn Chang, our special event features a slideshow on the big screen, artist talks, and refreshments. Meet the artists and stay for the bagels, pastries, coffee and conversation Art in the Arthouse is known for. Sales benefit the Laemmle Foundation and its support of humanitarian and environmental causes in Los An [...]
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LAEMMLE LIVE presents: Street Symphony’s Las Colibrí September 23

RSVP ON EVENTBRITEThis is a Free EventPlease join us for a very special event as LAEMMLE LIVE presents Las Colibrí, Street Symphony’s Mariachi Ensemble-in-Residence, Sunday, September 23, 2018.  The program will be hosted by Benjamin Shirley, Street Symphony's first Composer Fellow. Featured songs will include Sones En Tacones, Cancion Mexicana, Sabor a Mi, La Madrugada, Lena de Pirul, Si nos Dejan, Jesusita en Chihuahua, Popurri Linda Rondstadt, Volver Volve and Guantanamera/La Bamba.Street Symphony places social justice at the heart of music making by creating authentic, powerful engagements between professional and e [...]
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Q&A’s for RESTORING TOMORROW, Inspiring Documentary About the Wilshire Boulevard Temple.

This just in...RESTORING TOMORROW filmmaker Aaron Wolf will participate in Q&A's at select screenings with a variety of special guests. Join the conversation. Join the movement. This is a special moment for all cultures to come together and join the discussion, leaving with hope and a drive to take action.Confirmed Q&A's at Encino Town Center after the 7:30PM screenings on August 24th, 25th and the 3PM screening on August 26th.August 27th at 7:30PM at the Ahrya Fine Arts.August 28th at 7:30PM at the Laemmle Glendale.August 29th at 7:30PM at NoHo 7.August 30th at 7:30PM at Pasadena Playhouse 7.Rabbi Steve Leder will join Aaron for the [...]
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35th Anniversary Screenings of THE MAKIOKA SISTERS on Wednesday, August 22 in Encino, Pasadena, and West LA

Laemmle Theatres and the Anniversary Classics Series present the latest offering in our Anniversary Classics Abroad program, Kon Ichikawa’s poignant family drama, THE MAKIOKA SISTERS.One of the great Japanese masters, Ichikawa is perhaps less widely celebrated than his countrymen Kurosawa, Mizoguchi, and Ozu. He began directing features in the 1940s, and his films The Burmese Harp, Fires on the Plain, Tokyo Olympiad, and others found passionate critical defenders.One of his later films, THE MAKIOKA SISTERS, is adapted from a popular Japanese novel by Junichiro Tanizaki and follows the fortunes of four sisters from a wealthy family in Os [...]
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Kenneth Turan Extols the “Quietly Ferocious” ‘1945’ & Its Encore Engagement.

We reopen the Hungarian drama 1945 today. L.A. Times film critic Kenneth Turan wrote about it the other day:The premise is simple but compelling: Two strangers get off a train in a small town and nothing is ever the same again. It could be the setup for a classic western, but the town is in rural Hungary, the two men are Orthodox Jews, and the year, as the title indicates, is 1945.Photographed in luminous black and white and returning to theaters by popular demand, this 2017 Hungarian film is a quietly ferocious piece of work that puts a particular time and place under a microscope, revealing hidden fault lines and differences that have been [...]
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