4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles, 90027
Summer is the perfect time to come together to celebrate the cultivation of crops. The Natwani Coalition, a group of Hopi organizations committed to sustaining their farming traditions, will demonstrate how Hopi meals are made using a combination of preserved and fresh ingredients. Taste piki bread, watch other delicacies being made, and try your hand at preparing some of them yourself.
1818 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027
David Iserson works as a film and television writer and currently writes for Fox's New Girl. He has also written for Saturday Night Live, NBC's Up All Night, and Showtime's United States of Tara and has several screenplays in development. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and her terrifying collection of taxidermy. Firecracker is his first novel.
6510 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, 90038
6:30pm to 9:15pm
Everyone's favorite '90s action movie comes back to life with this offer, presented in partnership with Redd's Apple Ale: Snag yourself a seat at Terminator Too, the hilarious interactive live theater parody of the sci-fi blockbuster.
611 N. Fairfax, Los Angeles, CA
Few French films in the ’70s caused more of a ruckus than this hilarious smack in the face to the establishment, featuring Gerard Depardieu and the late Patrick Dewaere as a pair of charismatic, animalistic drifters stealing and screwing their way across the French countryside. Adapted from his own novel by Bertrand Blier, this landmark assault on bourgeois materialism provides Blier’s signature off-kilter whimsy at every unexpected turn, as the anarchic attached-at-the-hip duo do the Kerouac-ian shake, aided by three of France’s most amazing actresses of any era: Miou-Miou, Isabelle Hupert and Jeanne Moreau, who caps her role with a scene that still potently shocks forty years on. Just as seismic as the film’s attitude towards middle-class morality is its impossibly cool editing rhythms — throughout, we pop in and out of emotional and physical transitions as seismically as Lawrence of Arabia’s blowing-out-a-match-becomes-the-sunrise. Silly, sad, vicious, and tender, this is Blier at his finest, best seen with an audience courtesy of this 35mm print flown in directly from France!
Dir. Bertrand Blier, 1974, 35mm, 113 min.