Egyptian Theatre
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Series at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood

Fri, Mar 29, 2019 - Sun, Apr 7, 2019

The longest-running film noir festival in Los Angeles returns to the Egyptian Theatre with another incredible lineup of rarities. Join our hosts Eddie Muller and Alan K. Rode of the Film Noir Foundation and celebrate the 21st anniversary of NOIR CITY: HOLLYWOOD as we delve deep into the archives to present a sizzling slate of sinister cinema - many in glorious 35mm. Reception between films on opening night!


Sat, Mar 23, 2019 - Sun, Mar 24, 2019

With a career spanning nearly 60 years, Bruno Ganz was a key actor in the New German Cinema movement. We salute the Swiss-born performer with screenings of NOSFERATU THE VAMPYRE, THE AMERICAN FRIEND and WINGS OF DESIRE.


Tue, Mar 19, 2019 - Wed, Mar 20, 2019

One of contemporary cinema’s most committed provocateurs, Harmony Korine has made a name for himself in the past 25 years with his singular voice, which blends the shocking and absurd with a poetic and vaudevillian sense of humor. We welcome the director to the Egyptian for two double features, including GUMMO, JULIEN DONKEY-BOY, TRASH HUMPERS and SPRING BREAKERS.


Sun, Mar 3, 2019 - Sun, Mar 10, 2019

Albert Finney was among the most respected British actors of his generation. We remember the performer with a program of favorites including MILLER’S CROSSING, TWO FOR THE ROAD and ANNIE, as well as his Oscar-nominated turns in TOM JONES and UNDER THE VOLCANO.


Wed, Feb 20, 2019 - Sat, Feb 23, 2019

Join us for screenings of all the 2019 Oscar-nominated animated, live action and documentary short films. Then enjoy free panels with all the Oscar-nominated editors and production designers in person. This is your annual chance to predict the winners (and have the edge in your Oscar pool)!


Thu, Feb 7, 2019 - Sun, Mar 31, 2019

Co-presented by Luce Cinecittà
Born into the Italian aristocracy, Luchino Visconti was a master of both neorealism and lavish depictions of an aristocracy in decline. Our salute to the director includes such classics as THE LEOPARD, SENSO, ROCCO AND HIS BROTHERS and DEATH IN VENICE as well as rare prints from the archives of Luce Cinecittà in Rome.