Wednesday, November 30, 2005

LA Events

This will probably be my first and last events listing. I wanted to write it because there's some great stuff happening in Los Angeles this weekend. Way too much in fact. I wish I could go to all these. But it's not possible. I'm def going to check out some of the Michael Powell screenings and see Bloody Mess on Friday. This is a film heavy list. There's plenty of club shit going on here, but I'm not posting it. Nope. Just get on the DimMak party list if you want to know that stuff. If anyone who reads this even lives in LA. I can't tell. Here goes... OH! and in case I don't do this again in a week, let it be known that two awesome shows are happening next week: Ditty Bops are playing @ the Silent Movie Theater on Thurs. 12/8 and Vagenius is playing with Layton @ Spaceland on Sat. 12/10. Okay: here goes! OH! one other thing. No links. Sorry. Some pictures, though.








All Weekend Bloody Mess by Forced Entertainment, Freud Playhouse @ UCLA, Thu-Sat @ 8pm, Sun @ 7pm. $28.

Thursday Black Narcissus (Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, 1947) new digital restoration with cinematographer Jack Cardiff in person, Academy’s Samuel Goldwyn Theater, 8 pm. $5.
Thursday blackblack @ The Three Clubs (1123 N. Vine), 8:00 pm.
Thursday The Start + RunRunRun + Monsters Are Waiting @ The Troubadour, 7:30 pm, $12.
Thursday The Joggers + GoGoGo Airheart @ The Echo, 8:30 pm, $10.

Friday El Cid (Anthony Mann, 1961), Egyptian Theater, 7:30 pm.
Friday The Edge of The World/I Know Where I’m Going (Michael Powell Double-Feature, 1937/1945), new digital restorations, Academy’s Linwood Dunn Theater, 7:30 pm. $5.
Friday The 88 @ The Troubadour, 7:30, $12.


Saturday The Spy In Black/A Matter of Life and Death (Michael Powell Double-Feature), 1939/1946), newly restored 35mm prints, Academy’s Linwood Dunn Theater, 7:30 pm. $5.
Saturday The African Queen (John Huston, 1951), with cinematographer Jack Cardiff in person, Egyptian Theater, 5 pm. $9.
Saturday Fall of The Roman Empire (Anthony Mann, 1964), Egyptian Theater, 7:30 pm. $9.

Saturday Kong Madness: exhibit of original 1930's King Kong production art and new art, plus a panel of King Kong experts, including Famous Monsters Magazine creator Forrest J. Ackerman. @ Every Picture Tells A Story on Montana, 5 pm. FREE. Then, across the street…
Saturday Son of Kong (Ernest P. Schoedsack, 1933) Aero Theater, 7:30 pm. $9.

Sunday Mondo Cane (Gualtiero Jacoppetti and Franco E. Prosperi, 1962) Egyptian Theater, 6 pm. $9.

1 comment:

Andrea said...

Kong madness sounds amazing. BHoff loves you.