2020 Spring KCET Cinema Series Schedule | KCET
2020 Spring KCET Cinema Series Schedule
Don't miss the upcoming 2020 Spring KCET Cinema Series which screens the best of Hollywood, independent and top festival films prior to their release in theaters.
Devoted moviegoers have the unique opportunity to preview the most anticipated films of the season and hear a lively post-screening Q&A with the on-screen talent and filmmakers.
Film screenings are held at the ArcLight Cinemas in Sherman Oaks on Tuesdays at 7:00 PM. The dates of the eight-week series are February 11, 18, 25, March 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, 2020.
Registration begins on Tuesday, January 14, 2020 at 7:00 PM. Visit us then to get your passes.
All films and Q&A guests are subject to change without prior notice and some films may have studio security checks.
FEBRUARY 11 STANDING UP, FALLING DOWN SHOUT FACTORY
The film follows the life of an unsuccessful stand-up comedian (Ben Schwartz) who, after failing in Los Angeles, retreats home to his unsympathetic family on Long Island. He forms a friendship with an alcoholic dermatologist (Billy Crystal), and soon they give each other the confidence to face the disappointments in their lives.
Q&A immediately following screening with director Matt Ratner and members of the cast. (TBA)
Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca was ordered today to turn himself in no later than Feb. 5 to begin serving a three-year federal prison sentence for obstruction of justice and lying to the FBI.
A proposal to declare a climate emergency in Alaska has brought up long-running tensions over development and conservation among the groups that advocate on behalf of Alaska’s Indigenous people.
State officials quietly gave away a significant portion of Southern California’s water supply to farmers in the Central Valley as part of a deal with the Trump administration in December 2018, potentially harming California salmon and L.A. County.
Sharon Ellis' luminous landscapes draw on nearly the whole history of landscape painting. Think American Luminists, Charles Burchfield and his "animated landscapes" and even Light and Space artists James Turrell and Robert Irwin.
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