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The Long Beach Public Library and Long Beach Cinematheque are hosting a screening of a controversial film for Banned Book Week. Bette Davis stars as a librarian battling censorship during the McCarthy era. Doors open at 6 p.m.
A rollicking Long Beach tradition returns Saturday, February 18, 2012 as Long Beach Mardi Gras once again invades Rainbow Harbor!
Enjoy an afternoon of live music, food and drink specials, and the wildest annual parade to hit the shores of Long Beach!
EverythingLongBeach.com recently spoke with Logan Crow, Founder, Executive Director of Long Beach Cinematheque, via email. They talked about the inspirations and challenges of running a nonprofit organization in Long Beach.
Tickets are still available for the Zombie Walk after-party after-party featuring Johnny Vatos “Tribute to Halloween”! Playing the hits that were part of the kinetic Halloween concerts attended by fans year after year, Vatos & band said their farewells at their last performance in 1995… until now!
This year we’re kicking off Zombie Walk Long Beach with not one but TWO cinematic tales of the undead – 1992′s ARMY OF DARKNESS, and our annual tradition, 2004′s SHAUN OF THE DEAD! We’re screening these awesome flicks as part of our new series Downtown Long Beach Drive-In – grab a bite at a food truck (or order food from your window from the Long Beach Roller Derby Girls!), get comfy in your car, tune in your FM dial to the station provided, and enjoy the show!
Lots of new updates to report for the upcoming Long Beach Zombie Walk Street and Music Fest slated for Saturday, October 29th and presented by the Long Beach Cinematheque (lbcinema.org) and its midnight cinema program counterpart, Mondo Celluloid!
Thanks to assistance from the historic Press Telegram site in downtown Long Beach, and the support of the MADhaus and Hollywood Outdoor Movies, Long Beach Cinematheque is bringing the Drive In experience back to Long Beach with a back-to-school favorite — 1986′s Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.
The Long Beach Cinematheque is once again teaming up with “Team Tough Titties” and Lola’s Mexican Cuisine to raise funds for the Team Spirit Breast & Ovarian Cancer 10K – this time, with a screening of the 1980 comedy classic “9 to 5” starring Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, and in her feature film debut, Dolly Parton!
A special Friday the 13th screening of the Rocky Horror Picture Show will benefit the cyclists of Team Long Beach.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show makes its return to Long Beach for one night only — Friday, May 13th!
The audience is in for a special treat, Long Beach Cinematheque is bringing the original shadowcast Midnight Insanity back to the Art Theatre stage.
Shift Long Beach, Long Beach Cinematheque, and Evolver Social Movement Present EARTH NIGHT: An evening of film, music, live art, and sustainability exhibits and vendors Friday April 22, 2011 at Yankee Doodle’s.