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Screenings Archive

Jul 31st 2003
   Seabiscuit

Screening followed by Q&A with Gary Ross.
 
Venue: Writers Guild Theater
 




Jul 25th 2003
   Pirates of the Caribbean

Screening 7.30pm
Running time 2hrs 24mins
Rated PG-13
 
Venue: Harmony Gold
 




Jul 23rd 2003
   Johnny English

Screening 7.30pm
 
Venue: Pacific Design Center
 




Jul 8th 2003
   Cambridge Spies

BAFTA/LA was proud to present a very special evening to celebrate the BBC’s acclaimed drama series Cambridge Spies.
 
The series explores the infamous true story of four notorious double agents - Kim Philby, Anthony Blunt, Guy Burgess and Donald Maclean – all bright young men who were cultivated and nurtured by Soviet handlers as part of a plan to infiltrate the British Intelligence establishment.
 
In conjunction with BBC America, BAFTA/LA srceened two installments. The entire series will be shown on BBC America.
 
6.30pm Reception
7.30pm Screening

 
The screening was followed by Q&A with actors Tom Hollander and Samuel West, and producer Mark Shivas. Moderated by Peter Morris.
 
 
Venue: Los Angeles Film School
 




Jun 22nd 2003
   Sinbad


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Screening began at 12.30pm followed by a reception and family activities.
 
Venue: Harmony Gold
 




Jun 14th 2003
   Finding Nemo

Breakfast Reception 10.00am
 
Screening began at 11.00am

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Venue: Pacific Design Center
 




Jun 2nd 2003
   The Heart Of Me

Running Time 96mins
Rated - R

Screening was followed by Q&A with Paul Bettany and Thaddeus O'Sullivan.
 
 
Venue: Writers Guild Theater
 




May 13th 2003
   I'll Be There

Being a rock star isn’t what it used to be – not for Paul Kerr. He still gets roaring drunk and smashes up the place, but nowadays that means downing a couple of pints in solitude and racing his motorcycle around the cavernous hallways of his own drafty old mansion in Wales. Alone.
 
Seventeen years ago, Paul was on the crest of a wave. His music and his stage charisma was filling clubs all over the UK and drawing legions of screaming fans.
 
One of those fans was a bright, beautiful, music-loving free spirit named Rebecca (Jemma Redgrave). Paul and Rebecca spent three extraordinary days and nights together before he flew to America for the first leg of an international tour that would catapult his band into international superstardom.
 

Things got hectic for Paul after that, as his world fast became an endless round of concerts, parties, gold records and every kind of excess that fame and money could buy. He never heard from Rebecca again, nor she from him.
 
He never knew that he had become a father that weekend, of a beautiful girl named Olivia (Charlotte Church) now 16, and with a voice like an angel. But he’s about to find out...
 
Screening was followed by Q&A with Craig Ferguson.
 
Venue: Harmony Gold
 




May 12th 2003
   Matrix : Reloaded


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Venue: Steven J. Ross Theater - Warner Bros. Studios
 




May 9th 2003
   Down With Love

Down With Love is the story of a spark-filled collision between a woman who has sworn off love (Renée Zellweger) and a ladies' man who thinks he doesn't need love (Ewan McGregor).

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Screening was followed by Q&A with Ewan McGregor.

 
Venue: Writers Guild Theater
 




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