Playhouse 7

Playhouse 7

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[JUMP TO FILMS]Dear Laemmle Fans,As coronavirus case loads around the country and here in Los Angeles rise, I've been reminding myself of the good news as well: baseball is back, the Supreme Court has extended discrimination protection to transgender employees, and local bicycle sales are booming. And while Laemmle Theatres still can't offer an official timeline, we've begun to prepare for reopening once allowed to do so by county authorities.In the meantime, we continue to bring you the best in independent cinema, starting with revealing new documentaries about two influential 20th century musicians: jazz legend Ella Fitzgerald, and vocalist

[JUMP TO FILMS]Dear Laemmle Fans,We're proud to present a a diverse lineup of films this week on Laemmle Virtual Cinema, beginning with the timely and critically acclaimed Miss Juneteenth from director Channing Godfrey Peoples, as well as (In)Visible Portraits, a historical analysis of the female experience in Black America. There's also bio-documentaries about an Israeli underwater photographer, Johnny Cash's first wife, and a long distance runner from Sudan.For those who missed it last week, we will continue to offer the immensely popular Bill Nighy comedy Sometimes Always Never, already a top performer in our virtual program. I'd also like to

[JUMP TO FILMS]Dear Laemmle Fans,As you may have seen in the news, the state of California will be allowing cinemas to reopen. We are starting to plan for the reopening of several venues, but to be clear, we will not be open this weekend.Please continue to monitor these emails for timeline updates, or follow us on Facebook and Instagram. You can also help us by filling out this anonymous online survey about the issues most important to you, as you consider whether or not to return to public moviegoing.In the meantime, we continue our virtual programming this week with Bill Nighy's Sometimes Always Never, a Scrabble-themed drama that's sure to

[JUMP TO FILMS]Dear Laemmle Fans,I'm truly overwhelmed by the positive responses I've seen in our community to the BLM protests. The awakening it seems to have inspired in the previously silent American majority is a reminder of our collective strength. And with the arrival of June and LGBTQ Pride Month, I'm also reminded of another landmark occasion in the history of civil rights progress in America: the Stonewall Riots of 1969.To honor the moment, we're offering a diverse selection of new virtual theatrical releases, including a modern twist on the parenting drama, a closer look at religious intolerance to homosexuality, and an amusing

[JUMP TO FILMS]Dear Laemmle Fans,The national attention has shifted rapidly from the Coronavirus pandemic, to the ongoing protests in the wake of George Floyd's killing. For our company statement, please see our most recent blog post.On the bright side, afternoon curfew means there's plenty of time to catch up on new Laemmle Virtual Cinema releases, beginning with Willem Dafoe in Tommaso, from Abel Ferrara. There's also Elisabeth Moss as the titular horror novelist in Shirley, as well as three new foreign language dramas. Lastly, we have American indie The Aerialist, along with art documentary Into Her Own.All the best,Greg Laemmle