6506 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, 90028
10:00pm to 4:00am
FRIENDS w BENEFITS SATURDAY Presents to you
DJ TAY JAMES:
Official DJ to Justin Bieber
DJ Tay James has been making a name for himself since the age of 16 behind the turntables and on the microphone! He has entertained crowds at packed nightclubs in the DMV (DC, MD and VA) and abroad. A 2009 graduate of Hampton University, Tay James used his four years in college to establish himself as one of the best DJs of his generation.
Today, you can find Tay spinning on Washington, DC’s WPGC 95.5FM and on the road along side teen pop sensation, Justin Bieber. As Justin Bieber’s Official DJ, Tay has traveled around the world rocking “sold out” concerts and introducing his talent to miilions of fans.
1602 N. Cahuenga, Hollywood, 90028
10:00pm to 2:00am
Join the Hollywood Club Crawl every Friday and Saturday Night!
The Hollywood Club Crawl averages 50 to 100+ locals, singles, tourists, and groups joining us for a legendary night out in Hollywood! A mass of new people to meet. No cover charges at any clubs and no waiting in lines. Our Club Crawl hosts escort the group straight in, VIP style.
Purchase your advance ticket here and meet us 10 pm at St. Felix bar - 1602 N. Cahuenga. At St. Felix the group receives $2 off all drinks and $4 house shots to start the night. Our Club Crawl hosts then escort the group to 3 more venues. Weekly club line ups are posted on our website www.HollywoodClubCrawl.com. Birthdays and large groups, contact us about setting up a personalized ticket link.
4 Clubs / 1 Night / $25 - Your best night out in Hollywood!
6000 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90038
Sunday 8/24 Ramones fans will gather at Hollywood Forever to celebrate Johnny’s life at the 10th Annual Johnny Ramone Tribute.
Hosted by Rob Zombie, along with Johnny’s friends Steve Jones (Sex Pistols), Duff McKagan (Guns N’ Roses) & more. Fred Armisen (Portlandia, SNL) will also be there & may bring his punk rock alter ego, Ian Rubbish.
Screening of “The Devil’s Rejects”
Kirk Hammett’s Crypt Collection of horror memorabilia on display in the Cathedral Mausoleum
Blistering set of Ramones songs from all-star band performed live in the Masonic Lodge (live video simulcast on the lawn)
Food trucks, fun stories, & more!
Proceeds benefit the Johnny Ramone Foundation & Dr. David Agus at the Center for Applied Medicine, USC
LIVE Concert video simulcast 7:30pm
“The Devil’s Rejects” 8:30pm
* Kids 12 & under free
* Day-Of GA tickets $25
questions email [email protected]
6712 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
The Art Directors Guild (ADG) Film Society and American Cinematheque present Douglas Fairbanks’ remarkable swashbuckling adventure fantasy THE GAUCHO (1927), spotlighting the Production Design by Carl Oscar Borg on Sunday, August 24, at 5:30 PM at the Egyptian Theatre. This rarely seen film will be presented in 35mm on the Cinematheque's newly installed screen with live accompaniment by pianist Cliff Retallick. This will be the season's final program of the "Production Design's Forgotten Treasures" Film Series 2014, sponsored by The Hollywood Reporter.
A special panel discussion featuring Fairbanks expert, Professor John Tibbetts of the University of Kansas and special guest Patricia Ward Kelly, widow and biographer of Gene Kelly, will explore the relationship of film design to dance and stunt choreography, as well as Douglas Fairbanks and Gene Kelly as filmmakers, and their influence on the evolution of American film. The panel will be moderated by Production Designer John Muto, Film Society Founder and Co-Director.
“THE GAUCHO is unique among Fairbanks' swashbuckler films in both tone and look - it is a darker fantasy, tragic yet somehow more rugged and realistic,” said Muto. “Much of the film takes place in a magnificent white city, set high in the Andes. The enormous set, built from scratch was totally the creation of supervising art director Carl Oscar Borg. The enormous, blocks long, multi-story city was designed specifically for Fairbanks to confound an entire army with his vigorous stunt work.”
Other wonderful sets include a rustic cafe where Fairbanks dances an erotic tango with Lupe Velez, the Mountain Girl, who lives in a very well-appointed cave below. Elsewhere in the film, Borg convincingly creates the illusion of enormous mountain vistas and vast plains on the back lot, through the use of glass shots and perspective miniatures.
Fairbanks, the producer of his own epics, was well aware that the sets of his highly physical adventures had to not only be beautiful, it also had to be designed and built specifically to accommodate the action that was his trademark. Another great American performer who often paid tribute to Fairbanks' work was actor, dancer and director Gene Kelly. Kelly acknowledged THE GAUCHO as an inspiration for certain elements of The Pirate (1948). A special clip reel featuring excerpts from Fairbanks' swashbucklers, as well as Kelly's work in The Pirate, The Three Musketeers (1954), and Singing In The Rain (1952), will explore this relationship. Douglas Fairbanks also had a special connection to the Egyptian Theatre as his film Robin Hood opened the theatre on October 18, 1922.
“The 2014 ADG Film Society/American Cinematheque Screening Series has been extremely well-received with the screenings of The Prisoner, Monsieur Verdoux, Dante’s Inferno and The Devils,” states Muto. “We look forward to continuing to screen unique films for anyone who loves great filmmaking in general and is fascinated by great film design in particular.”
Representing the ADG are Film Society Co-Chairs John Muto and Thomas A. Walsh, and Debbie Patton, ADG Manager, Awards and Events. Working with them are the American Cinematheque’s Gwen Deglise, Margot Gerber, and Grant Moninger.