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128 Star Starred
Egyptian Theatre
at N Las Palmas Ave 6712 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028
323-461-2020
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Albert R.
they had some inexpensive combos including a small popcorn, small soda and candy for just $9 which was perfect!
The Sound of Music dining May 21 2014 star this tip starred
Albert R.
$10 parking lot directly behind theater, $5 parking down the block (away from Hollywood) if you don't mind walking
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Quotes & Highlights

Watch _Cadaver_’s trailer.

Description

Short Films:

Jonah Ansell’s Cadaver: Kathy Bates and Christopher Lloyd lend their voices to this amusing animated tale. Be careful what you wish for. (7 minutes)  

Stephen Soucy’s Slant: Lovely, Palm Springs-set story of Emily Dickinson’s poems helping two men find a meaningful connection. (14 minutes)

Einar Baldvin’s Baboon: By all accounts, it was a bad day to punch a clown in the head. (3 minutes)

Kari Barber’s The Fifth Horseman: Powerful drama about one soldier’s attempt to stop medical experimentation on prisoners of war in Japan during World War II. (32 minutes)

Mark Columbus’ Battle of the Jazz Guitarist: An inventive, probing look at a son’s relationship with his Fijian, jazz guitarist father. A finalist for the Student Academy Awards 2013. (7 minutes)

Braden Duemmler’s Mimic: In an abandoned motel, a man is forced to face his darkest demons when he discovers a television that can see 15 seconds into the future. (15 minutes)

Diana Ling’s The Shopgirl: A female comic-store clerk has to make a choice between two boys. (4 minutes)

Discussion follows with Jonah Ansell, Stephen Soucy, Einar Baldvin, David Shipko (producer, The Fifth Horseman), Mark Columbus and Braden Duemmler.

About the Ticket Supplier: American Cinematheque

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