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Thursday, September 18

Friday, September 19

WOODSTOCK (The Director’s Cut)

Egyptian Theatre

6712 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

7:30pm

In THE OMEGA MAN, it’s no wonder that Charlton Heston, sole survivor of the human race, spends his days endlessly watching WOODSTOCK, the ultimate time capsule of the Love Generation. If any film captured the heady idealism, the free-form partying, drug-taking and love-making, and above all the great music of the late 1960s, this is it. The Who, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Sly & The Family Stone, Richie Havens, Joan Baez, Joe Cocker, Carlos Santana - need we say more? We’ll be screening the much-extended Director’s Cut of the film, featuring many songs and performers not included in the original release version.

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SUMMER SCHOOL / SIBLING RIVALRY

Aero Theatre

1328 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90403

7:30pm

Director Carl Reiner gives John Hughes a run for his money with one of the funniest teen comedies of the 1980s, SUMMER SCHOOL, starring Mark Harmon and Kirstie Alley. It's followed underrated modern screwball comedy SIBLING RIVALRY, also starring Alley as a neglected wife whose affair doesn't go as planned.

 

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Saturday, September 20

NewFilmmakers LA presents a special, extended program featuring THE EQUALIZER on September 20th, 2014 beginning at 1pm.

AT&T CENTER THEATER

1139 S. Hill St, Los Angeles, 90015

6:00am to 4:30pm

NewFilmmakers Los Angeles invites you to join us for the Saturday, September 20th 2014 film screening series and after-party event at the AT&T Center in Downtown LA with a filmmaker lounge throughout ...

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THE LAST WALTZ

Egyptian Theatre

6712 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

7:30pm

"It Started as a Concert. It Became a Celebration. Now It's a Legend." On Thanksgiving Day 1976, 5,000 cheering fans gathered for the historic farewell concert of The Band. Martin Scorsese provides fascinating interviews with Band members, but the film's real hook is the stage show: A rotation of rock legends including Van Morrison, Joni Mitchell, Paul Butterfield, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton and Neil Young join The Band in one of the greatest concert films ever made.

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Monday, September 22

Fundamentals of Intellectual Property Licensing

12:00pm to 1:30pm

Intellectual property licenses are essential components of creative businesses in a variety of industries, including film, music and visual arts. Join CLA and attorney Keith L. Cooper to learn about t...

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The Seen and Unseen: New Films by Rebecca Baron and Adele Horne

REDCAT

631 W. 2nd St., Los Angeles, CA 90012

8:30pm

L.A. independent film favorites Rebecca Baron (okay bye-bye) and Adele Horne (Tailenders), both known for intimately observed essay films, also produce visually nuanced works on the role of perception in cinema. Their latest films offer distinctive takes on how photographic records reveal what may otherwise elude the immediate senses: the hidden, the unseen. Baron’s Detour De Force (2014, 29 min., DCP) visits the world of “thoughtographer” Ted Serios, who in the mid-1960s specialized in generating Polaroid images by force of mind alone. Horne debuts In Common (2014, 19 min., 16mm), which sensuously chronicles the cycles of days and seasons in a hillside urban garden.

In person: Rebecca Baron and Adele Horne

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Tuesday, September 23

Wednesday, September 24

An Evening with Gail Sheehy

Moss Theater (at New Roads School)

3131 Olympic Blvd, Santa Monica, 90404

6:30pm

Gail Sheehy is the author of sixteen books, including the classic New York Times bestseller Passages, named one of the ten most influential books of our times by the Library of Congress. A multiple award-winning literary journalist, she was one of the original contributors to New York magazine and has been a contributing editor to Vanity Fair since 1984. A popular lecturer, Sheehy was named AARP’s Ambassador of Caregiving in 2009. 

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