KCET's quarterly film series returns to The San Fernando Valley at its new location, the ArcLight Sherman Oaks. Join us for screenings of the most anticipated films prior to their release in theaters! Each screening is followed by a lively Q&A with the film's cast and/or filmmakers, hosted by nationally recognized film expert Pete Hammond.
Upcoming Film: Tuesday, February 24 - TBA at 7pm
February 24 through April 14
15301 Ventura Blvd
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
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All films start at 7pm
$180 per person for current KCET Members only
$200 per person non-members
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- All films and guests are subject to change.
- Q&A's are immediately following the screenings.
- Security checks might occur at any of the screening without prior notice to members.
- You may be required to leave all cell phones with camera capabilities or cameras in your car.
- Seats will be confirmed via phone, in order of receipt of registration.
- For KCET Cinema Series information call 747.201.5800.
If you have an interest in international films, I recommend you attend the 4th annual Guadalajara International Film Festival September 4-7 at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood. The film festival is an extension of the prominent film festival in Guadalajara, Mexico. You'll have the opportunity to see critically acclaimed films and the work of independent and emerging filmmakers.
The next exciting film at the Fall KCET Cinema Series at the Aero Theatre, Santa Monica is The Last of Robin Hood starring Kevin Kline as Errol Flynn as well as Susan Sarandon and Dakota Fanning.
Opening our early fall KCET Cinema Series was Last Weekend starring Patricia Clarkson. Series host Pete Hammond was joined by co-directors Tom Williams and Tom Dolby who discussed the semi-autobiographical nature of the script and how it was developed from Dolby's original plans to write a novel.
KCET's quarterly film series is back for the fall at the historic Aero Theatre in Santa Monica. Join us for screenings of the most anticipated Hollywood and Independent films prior to their release in the theatres. Each screening is followed by a lively Q & A with the film's talent or filmmakers hosted by nationally recognized film expert Pete Hammond. Our first film for the fall series is 'Last Weekend'.
Our final film of the Summer KCET Cinema Series was the romantic comedy 'What If' starring Daniel Radcliffe. Daniel joined series host Pete Hammond for an entertaining Q&A after the film where he talked about the liberation of working on smaller independent films after the Harry Potter Franchise and his many and varied experiences of nudity on the job!
Film: "Get On Up"
Tate Taylor is one of the hottest emerging talents in Hollywood right now.
He is the epitome of the total 'Hollywood' package. Movie star good looks, an acclaimed writer, director and producer with a breakout Oscar nominated hit film under his belt, a new release that is already generating award buzz and a stream of film and television projects in the works. However, he's as far from a Hollywood cliché as you're likely to find.
Registrations are now open for the Fall KCET Cinema Series - Aero Theatre, Santa Monica.
The Fall KCET Cinema Series begins on August 19 and runs through October 14 at the historic Aero Theatre in Santa Monica and is sponsored by The Johnny Mercer Foundation. Eight evenings of independent and Hollywood films shown prior to their theatrical release in Los Angeles theatres.
Each film is followed by a lively Q & A with the talent or filmmaker moderated by series' host Pete Hammond. Films screen on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 PM. View film and schedule details
To purchases passes to the series call 747.201.5800 or go to www.kcet.org.
Join us next week for 'What If'!
The closing night of the Summer KCET Cinema Series at the Aero Theatre, Santa Monica is the romantic comedy 'What If' starring Daniel Radcliffe.
As a tribute to our generous sponsors The James and Paula Coburn Foundation, this week we screened a beautiful 35mm print of 'Bite the Bullet' starring James Coburn, Gene Hackman and Candice Bergen. Another of the film's stars, Sally Kirkland was able to join us before the film to share some wonderful stories about making the film and her friendship with James Coburn. In spite of just leaving the hospital after having knee replacement surgery, Sally was in great spirits as she introduced the film with series host Pete Hammond.
Join us next week for 'Bite The Bullet'
The next exciting film at the Summer KCET Cinema Series at the Aero Theatre, Santa Monica is the a special James Coburn feature in tribute to our sponsor the James and Paula Coburn Foundation.