4 days ago | Film and TV
The Silent Society, still one of L.A.'s best-kept secrets, is a nonprofit that screens classic silent films (usually on 16mm) at Paramount Ranch in Agoura Hills. If you drive out to this National Park attraction, you'll be treated to a guided tour...
11 days ago | Film and TV
A compendium of propaganda that is itself a shrewd piece of agitprop, The Atomic Café galvanized audiences in 1982 simply by presenting the material — consisting of assorted Cold War educational pieces produced by the federal government — plainly ...
18 days ago | Events
The American Cinematheque will celebrate 3-D — the film technique that came of age in the 1950s to lure viewers away from their TV sets — over the next two weekends at the Egyptian and the Aero.
25 days ago | Film and TV
Kino Lorber's recent Kickstarter-funded initiative to restore key works by pioneering female filmmakers has inspired a weekend series at the American Cinematheque.
1 month ago | Festivals
While American rock band The Velvet Underground were being managed by Andy Warhol in the mid-'60s, their frequent performances at the Factory became a mainstay of the East Coast avant-garde. Warhol filmed some of their activities, resulting in two...
1 month ago | Events
Saturday night is Tiki Night at the Egyptian Theatre. At 4 p.m., the American Cinematheque will open its famous courtyard to all manner of tiki-related art, memorabilia, clothes and accessories.