2151 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, 90067
12:00pm to 2:00pm
Please join us on
Tuesday, May 21st in Los Angeles at noon for a luncheon and information session, hosted by Manchester Business School (MBS) Miami.
Mike Langley, Admissions, Marketing & Recruitment Officer of MBS Miami, will join students and prospects at Intercontinental Century City for an afternoon of networking and discussion of our Global MBA program offering.
Mike will be joined by Manchester Alumnae & Executive Director of Finance for 20th Century Fox, Sarah Randhawa.
1931/b&w/91 min. | Scr: Josef von Sternberg, Daniel Nathan Rubin; dir: Josef von Sternberg; w/ Marlene Dietrich, Victor McLaglen, Gustav von Seyffertitz
During World War I, a lady spy betrays enemy officers, until she falls in love with one.
The Los Angeles Times has a very special evening planned for its members. Restaurant critic Jonathan Gold has handpicked more than 20 restaurants to please your palate as you sample your way through some of L.A.’s signature dishes. This intimate event is sure to sell out fast - don’t miss this unique opportunity.
Tuesday, May 21st at The Atrium at LA Times
*You must be a LA Times member to purchase tickets. Tickets go on sale May 8th, 10am.
2013/color/108 min. | Scr: Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy, Ethan Hawke; dir: Richard Linklater; w/ Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy
Co-Presented by the New York Times Film Club
For LACMA Film Club, Film Independent, and New York Times Film Club members only.
Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy and Richard Linklater revisit their roles as Jesse and Céline, the couple we first met in 1995’s Before Sunrise. In the previous films—Before Sunrise and its sequel, 2004’s Before Sunset—Jesse (Hawke) and Céline (Delpy) were circling each other at different points in their lives. In each of the films, the possibility of commitment loomed, as imminent and out of reach as the states of the sun mentioned in the titles. In Midnight, they’re a married couple living in France, tending to their twin daughters and trying to keep a bond intact with Jesse’s son, Hank, who spends most of his time in the United States with his mom. It’s the departure of Hank for the States that sets this latest installment into motion. Linklater, who wrote the script with Delpy and Hawke, continues with the series’ tradition of being one of the most present-tense comedies ever made. Like its predecessors, Midnight has the couple laboring to concentrate on the moment at hand, though they can’t help theorizing about the immediate future—endangering their enjoyment of life even as it happens.
Bing Theater | Includes a conversation with co-writer/director Richard Linklater, co-writer/cast member Julie Delpy and co-writer/cast member Ethan Hawke.
10899 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90024
Luís Buñuel’s The Milky Way follows two pilgrims en route to the shrine of St. James in Santiago de Compostela, in Spain. Despite the setting in politically tumultuous 1969, no one they encounter mentions politics, only religion. Making outrageous leaps across space and time—Albigensian heretics perform secret rites; the pope is assassinated by a group of radicals; in a domestic scene, Mary compliments Jesus on his beard—the film is a provocative turn to theology, produced at a time when filmmaking was focused on political themes. (1969, 91 min. Dir. L. Buñuel.)