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Screenings Archive

Feb 4th 2017
   The Lego Batman Movie

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Running time 104mins
Rated PG
 
Venue: TCL Chinese Theaters
 




Jan 26th 2017
   BAFTA Masterclass with Travis Knight

Presented as part of our commitment to education in our profession, this one-of-a-kind event will explore the creative processes of one of the industry's leaders in stop-motion animation.
 
Venue: The Landmark
 




Jan 25th 2017
   Julieta

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Rated R
Running time 99mins
 
Venue: Landmark
 




Jan 21st 2017
   BAFTA Masterclass with Tom Ford

Presented as part of our commitment to education in our profession, this one-of-a-kind event will explore the work and techniques of the visionary filmmaker, writer and producer.
 
Venue: The London West Hollywood
 




Jan 13th 2017
   TV Screening: The Young Pope

BAFTA Los Angeles presents a special preview screening and Q&A for THE YOUNG POPE.
 
Join us for a presentation for the first two episodes of this new HBO series.
 
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Venue: The London West Hollywood
 




Jan 9th 2017
   TV Screening: Taboo

BAFTA Los Angeles is pleased to invite members to the premiere screening event for FX Networks’ TABOO.
 
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Venue: Directors Guild of America
 




Jan 7th 2017
   The BAFTA Tea Party

BAFTA Los Angeles celebrates the season's winners and nominees at our annual Tea Party.
 
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Presented by BBC America and the GREAT Campaign.
 
Event Sponsors:
American Airlines
The Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills

 
Venue: Four Seasons Hotel
 




Jan 6th 2017
   TV Event: The Crown

BAFTA Los Angeles is pleased to present a special evening commemorating THE CROWN.
 
Creator and writer Peter Morgan, will be joined by cast members Claire Foy (Queen Elizabeth II) and John Lithgow (Sir Winston Churchill) for an evening of discussion, including a big-screen presentation of the fifth episode “Smoke and Mirrors”.
 
The Crown tells the inside story of two of the most famous addresses in the world -- Buckingham Palace and 10 Downing Street - and the intrigues, love lives and machinations behind the great events that shaped the second half of the 20th century. Two houses, two courts, one Crown.

 
Venue: Chaplin Theater, Raleigh Studios
 




Dec 21st 2016
   Arrival

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Rated PG-13
Running time 158 mins
 
Venue: Linwood Dunn Theater, Pickford Center.
 




Dec 18th 2016
   Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

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Running time 133mins.
Rated PG-13
 
Venue: Main Theater, Disney Studios
 




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