DISLECKSIA: THE MOVIE director Harvey Hubbell will participate in Q&A’s at the Music Hall after the 7:10 PM screenings on Friday and Saturday, October 11 and 12.
Celebrate the 35th Anniversary of the 1978 classic, John Carpenter’s HALLOWEEN, with a series of HALLOWEEN films on the big screen. The celebration begins in October 9th with John Carpenter’s HALLOWEEN and continues through the month with HALLOWEEN 4: THE RETURN OF MICHAEL MEYERS on 10/16 and HALLOWEEN 5: THE REVENGE OF MICHAEL MEYERS on 10/23.
The celebration concludes on October 30th with a $15 7:00PM triple feature of all three movies!
The director (Heather Winters), editor (Lennon Nersesian) and subjects (Grammy Award-winner Desmond Child, Curtis Shaw Child, Roman Shaw Child, Nyro Shaw Child and Angela Whittaker) of TWO: THE STORY OF ROMAN & NYRO will participate in Q&A’s at the Music Hall after the 7:20 PM screenings on Friday and Saturday, October 18 and 19.
A RIVER CHANGES COURSE filmmaker Kalyanee Mam will participate in Q and A’s at the Music Hall after the 5 PM screening on Friday the 11th, after the noon and 5 PM screenings on Saturday the 12th, and after the 5 PM screenings on Sunday and Monday the 13th and 14th.
Joining her will be the following:
GMO OMG associate producer Nisha Vida will participate in Q&A’s after the 11 o’clock screenings Saturday morning at the Playhouse 7 in Pasadena and Sunday morning at the Monica 4 in Santa Monica.
Laemmle continues its partnership with the Santa Monica Pier — this time as part of their Front Porch Cinema series. Free to the public, Front Porch translates to big-screen, outdoor fun during the dog days of summer. Over at the Laemmle booth, we’ll be entering people to win free movie tickets and giving away samples of our signature popcorn. What’s not to like?
So come down to the Pier and join us for the next three Fridays, starting this Friday, Oct. 4 with the 1973 Academy winner for Best Picture, The Sting. Directed by George Roy Hill and starring Redford and Newman at the height of their powers, this classic comedy caper set in the 1930s never fails to delight. The film screens at 7:30pm but come early as the folks at the Pier have invited us all to try our hand at the gaming tables with Casino Night. Doors open at 6pm.
The series continues the follow Friday, October 11 with the inimitable PEANUTS classic, Snoopy Come Home, as part of the the Pier’s official Doggie Drive-In Night (treats and water bowls provided!).
The concluding event features the eco-documentary, Chasing Ice, which chronicles the attempts of photographer James Balog to visually depict the effects of climate change on the Arctic glaciers. A subject very much appropriate to the Pier setting and a must-see for anyone concerned about the environment.
LOST FOR WORDS director Stanley J. Orzel and actors Sean Faris and Will Yun Lee will participate in a Q&A at the NoHo 7 after the 7:10 PM screening on Friday, October 18.