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Screenings Archive

Apr 7th 2004
   Spartacus

Starring
Goran Visnjic Alan Bates
Angus MacFadyen Rhona Mitra
Ian McNeice James Frain
Ben Cross Ross Kemp

and Henry Simmons as Draba
 

Casting by Junie Lowry-Johnson, C.S.A. Scott Genkinger, C.S.A.
Associate Producer Judith Craig Marlin Music by Randy Miller
Edited by Mark Conte, A.C.E. Victor Dubois Cindy Mollo
Costume Designer Jane Robinson Production Designer Paolo Biagetti
Director of Photography Kees Van Oostrum, A.S.C.
Co-Producer Michele Greco Produced by Ted Kurdyla
Executive Producers Adam Shapiro Robert Schenkkan Angela Mancuso
Based upon the book "Spartacus" by Howard Fast
Screenplay by Robert Schenkkan
Directed by Robert Dornhelm
 
Screening of Part 1 : 7:00pm
Reception : 8:30pm
Screening of Part 2 : 9:00pm
 
Venue: Directors Guild of America
 




Mar 29th 2004
   Laws of Attraction

Please click here to visit the Official Site.
 
Reception 6.00pm
Screening 7.00pm
 
Followed by Q&A with Pierce Brosnan, Michael Sheen and Frances Fisher.
 
Venue: Harmony Gold
 




Mar 16th 2004
   Taking Lives



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Rated R.
 
Screening 7.00pm.
 
Venue: Harmony Gold
 




Mar 4th 2004
   The Reckoning

Set in England at the end of the 14th Century, The Reckoning is a unique historical detective tale where actors use storytelling skill to solve a crime. Paul Bettany (Master and Commander) plays the outlaw priest who takes refuge with a troupe of traveling players led by Willem Dafoe.
 
In a village overshadowed by the tyrannical rule of a corrupt noble, the actors become embroiled in the scandal surrounding the murder of a young boy. They discover the mute woman accused of the crime is innocent. In the center of the town, the company presents a performance that challenges the power structure and eventually reveals the true criminal. Based on Barry Unsworth's novel Morality Play, The Reckoning is a vital tale of personal redemption. It captures the moment in time when the modern theater was born as a place to tell the truth.
 

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Rated R
 
Screening 7.30pm
 
Venue: Laemmle Sunset 5, 8000 Sunset Blvd.
 




Feb 9th 2004
   Bright Young Things

Preceeded by BAFTA/LA's Annual General Meeting.
 
Annual General Meeting 7.00pm
Screening 7.30pm
 
Please note parking $6 per car.  
 
Venue: Pacific Design Center
 




Jan 27th 2004
   The Dreamers

Left alone in Paris whilst their parents are on holiday, Isabelle (Eva Green) and her brother Theo (Louis Garrel) invite Matthew (Michael Pitt), a young American student, to stay at their apartment. Here they make their own rules as they experiment with their emotions and sexuality while playing a series of increasingly demanding mind games.
 
Rated NC-17
 
Screening 7.00pm
 
Members should be prepared to show ID to security guarg and arrive at least 20 minutes early to allow enough time to park and go through security.
 
Venue: Darryl F. Zanuck Theater, 20th Century Fox Studios.
 




Jan 12th 2004
   Wire in the Blood

Robson Green stars as the complex, brilliant criminal profiler Dr. Tony Hill in an acclaimed new season of WIRE IN THE BLOOD. Brought in by police to help track down serial killers, it's a race against time as he tries to anticipate the murderer's next move before it's too late.
Based on characters from Val McDermid's best-selling novels, the series has been described as "...a slickly directed chilling thriller which at times rips at your nerves like barbed wire." Sunday People Magazine.
"It goes places you wouldn't think it would dare." Daily Telegraph

Reception 6.30 p.m.
U.S. Premiere Screening 7.30 p.m.
Followed by Q&A with Robson Green
 
Venue: Raleigh Studios Chaplin Theatre (Across From Paramount)
 




Jan 8th 2004
   State of Play

Dubbed "bloody magic", "unmissable" and "mouth-watering" by the UK press, STATE OF PLAY written by Paul Abbott and starring John Simm, David Morrissey and Bill Nighy, is a gripping six-part conspiracy thriller set against a background of government and the national press.
Reception 6.30 p.m.
U.S. Premiere Screening 7.30 p.m.
FOllowed by Q&A with Bill Nighy, John Simm and writer Paul Abbott
 
Venue: Raleigh Studios Chaplin Theatre (Across From Paramount)
 




Dec 22nd 2003
   Sixteen Years of Alcohol


Screening 7.30pm
 
Venue: Pacific Design Center
 




Dec 17th 2003
   The Mother

Screening 7.00pm
 
Followed by the 8th Annual BAFTA/LA Holiday Open House at the Astra West Restaurant. By invitation only. Please bring an unwrapped gift for homeless children.
 
Venue: Pacific Design Center
 




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