250 S. Harbor Blvd., Berth 87, San Pedro, CA
5:30pm to 9:00pm
Battleship IOWA is the best seat in the house!
Enjoy the "2013 LA Harbor Holiday Afloat Parade" from the decks of Battleship IOWA!
Watch from IOWA's decks are more than 60 boats aglow with festive holiday lights sail alongside!
Enjoy Live Holiday Music, "Kids Korner" hosted by CRAFTED, Hang Out with San Pedro Nutcracker Ballet Characters, Complimentary Cocoa, Coffee, & Cookies, Yummy Food Cart Treats Available for Purchase, and Photos with Santa Claus!
General Admission - Adults (18+) $20, Youth (13-17) $10, Kids 12 & Under Free
Crew & IOWA Members - Adults (18+) $15, Youth (13-17) $5, Kids 12 & Under Free
1328 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90403
In director Bob Fosse’s final film STAR 80, Mariel Hemingway depicts real-life high school student turned Playboy model Dorothy Stratten. It's followed by Fosse's ambitious 1974 biopic of Lenny Bruce, with Dustin Hoffman in a standout performance as the brilliant, controversial comedian.
5905 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 92656
The Cinema According to Agnès Varda
1969, 110 minutes, color, DCP | Written and directed by Agnès Varda; with Viva, Gerome Ragni, James Rado, Shirley Clarke, Carlos Clarens, and Eddie Constantine
Agnès Varda’s first-ever American feature film was shot while she was living in Los Angeles with husband Jacques Demy (his own U.S. debut, Model Shop, was released the same year). LIONS LOVE (...AND LIES) finds Warhol superstar Viva joined by Hair cocreators James Rado and Gerome Ragni as the trio, in various states of undress, play host to visiting cinéma vérité luminary Shirley Clarke (The Cool World, Portrait of Jason) in a Hollywood bungalow. Sunsoaked Southern California counterculture, New York bohemia, and Left Bank abandon all intermingle in this film about a film. LIONS LOVE (...AND LIES) graced the debut cover of Warhol’s Interview magazine and is Varda’s anarchic paean to the age of aquarius and Tinseltown transience with guest spots by everyone from Eddie Constantine to Peter Bogdanovich. This is an encore screening of the brand-new, LACMA-supported restoration of this film—in partnership with the Annenberg Foundation and The Film Foundation—which is also the inspiration for the filmmaker’s LACMA exhibit Agnès Varda in Californialand.