Outdoor Screening Lot Westwood, Los Angeles, CA, 90024
Flicks for Fans and the Westwood Village Improvement Association present a new free outdoor movie screening series - “Westwood Village Cinema Under the Stars: Red Carpet Series” hosted by James Oster aka Jimmy O from Joblo.com. Free featured films include “Independence Day” on July 20 and Pixar’s “Up” on August 10 both starting at 8pm.
Both films in this series, “Independence Day” and Pixar’s “UP” had their Red Carpet Premiere’s at the famed Westwood Village Fox Theatre, and we’re celebrating those historic events with two very special evenings in Westwood. Taking place in the surface parking lot located at 1031 Broxton Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90024, next to Barney’s Beanery and with the Westwood Village Fox Theatre in the background, fans can enjoy these films completely free on a big screen under the stars. Moviegoers are invited to bring their own lawn chairs and blankets to enjoy the screening in this unique outdoor setting. Attendance is free and open to the public, and moviegoers are encouraged to show up early to stake a sweet spot and grab goodies.
The red carpet exclusives don’t stop there. Fans who attend the screenings will be treated to bonus extras not available anywhere else. For “Independence Day” fans will see an exclusive video intro from the set of the new film “Independence Day Resurgence” featuring Liam Hemsworth, Jeff Goldblum, Bill Pullman, Sela Ward and Director Roland Emmerich. Before the screening “UP” Ed Asner, the star of “UP” and the iconic voice of Carl Fredricksen will make a rare in-person appearance and Q&A. Moviegoers at both screening will have the opportunity to win special prizes like giveaways and signed goodies to be handed out to fans as well.
2701 North Sepulveda Boulevard Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 90049
Explore the uniquely diverse cuisine of Los Angeles, one of the most multicultural (and most delicious) cities in the world through lectures and tasting.
Listen as local chefs and food writers discuss the various immigrant patterns and ethnic communities throughout the city, from its early history to today, and how they affect local cuisine. Then learn about and taste delectable dishes from Indian, Korean, and Thai cuisine.
August 11: Thai cuisine—Chef Jet Tila, a graduate of Le Cordon Bleu, helped launch Modern Asian kitchen, a fast-casual Pan-Asian concept with locations nationwide, and is part of the team behind Stir Market, a food hall and restaurant in the Fairfax district. He has made appearances on Chopped, Cutthroat Kitchen, and Iron Chef America.