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[JUMP TO FILMS]In case you missed the news last week, our new-and-improved virtual cinema now accepts Premiere Cards and Gift Cards, with universal discounts for members! And for those who really want to recreate the Laemmle Theatres experience at home, make sure to stop by our Glendale location this weekend, where we'll be hosting back-to-back Pop-Corn Pop-Up events on Saturday and Sunday (click here for details and combo specials).New on virtual cinema this weekend is Martin Eden, adapted from the Jack London novel of the same name, alongside bio-documentaries focusing on songwriter Harry Chapin, journalist Robert Fisk, and a trio of

[JUMP TO FILMS]Dear Laemmle Fans,At long last, we're proud to announce the new-and-improved Laemmle Virtual Cinema! As touted previously, customers will now be able to rent movies online using Gift Cards and Premiere Cards, with special discount pricing for members. With one login, you'll be able to access all of your virtual cinema rentals in a single library, and even watch on your preferred device (click here for support info).This week's virtual lineup features a wide range of documentaries, about winemaking in the Middle East, art collector Agnes Gund, illegal psychedelic medicines, and more. Fans of our Anniversary Classics may want to note

[JUMP TO FILMS]Dear Laemmle Fans,The Dodgers are in the playoffs. The Lakers are in the finals. And local coronavirus cases continue to drop. If that's not enough good news for you, fans of our Anniversary Classics screenings should keep an eye out for the upcoming one-day-only special event Cinema '62 A-Go-Go, hosted by Stephen Farber and Michael McClellan.This week's virtual lineup begins with The Keeper, a bilingual drama concerning the true story of Nazi prisoner-of-war turned British goalkeeper Bert Trautmann. Other narrative features include black comedy 12 Hour Shift, Polish thriller The Antenna, and Native American drama Once Upon a River

[JUMP TO FILMS]Dear Laemmle Fans,We're extending our Pop-Corn Pop-Up program this weekend, with concession events returning to North Hollywood today (9/25) and Pasadena on Sunday (9/27). Our drive-in series also continues next Thursday (10/1) with an exclusive outdoor showing of black comedy 12 Hour Shift.New narrative releases this week include The Artist's Wife, starring Bruce Dern and Lena Olin, as well as the Italian courtroom drama Conviction, and the experimental drama Last Call, filmed split-screen in real-time. We're also offering docs about the dying days of neurologist Oliver Sacks, and housing discrimination in the United States.All the

[JUMP TO FILMS]Dear Laemmle Fans,Last night's screening of The Dark Divide marked the inauguration of our drive-in movie series, presented in partnership with The Roadium. Save the date next Thursday, October 24, for an exclusive outdoor showing of Jessica Chastain's new thriller Ava (click here for the full series schedule).This week's stellar new virtual lineup begins with Blackbird, starring a never-better Susan Sarandon across from Kate Winslet and Mia Wasikowska. Other films include the Israeli drama God of the Piano, and a variety of new docs about culinary competitions, a band of holocaust survivors, and political corruption in modern-day