History Channel's Chasing Mummies and The Mummy Screening, with Archaeology LectureAero Theatre, Between Euclid St. and 14th St. (1328 Montana Avenue Santa Monica, CA 90403)
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Live in person, Nat Faxon and Jim Rash -- the Oscar-winning writers of The Descendants and writers-directors-actors of The Way, Way Back, a coming-of-age tale starring Steve Carell out next month -- introduce a double feature of their favorite summer movies. In the cult teen comedy Dazed and Confused, it's the last day of school in 1976, and Jason London, Ben Affleck, Milla Jovovich and Renée Zellweger are Texas high students ready for a summer of partying. Stand By Me is Rob Reiner's adaptation of Stephen King's The Body. Set in small-town America in the 1950s, this classic and quotable film follows four almost-in-junior high friends -- Will Wheaton, River Phoenix, Corey Feldman and Jerry O'Connell -- who set out on a journey to find the missing body of a boy who was presumed dead from a train accident. Learn More
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In the History Channel's hit reality series Chasing Mummies, cameras follow closely as Egyptologist Dr. Zahi Hawass and his cadre of fellows unearth astonishing finds and tackle some of the world's greatest archaeological mysteries. David Cheetham, archaeologist and star of Chasing Mummies, will be on hand for a brief lecture and Q&A with the audience.
Chasing Mummies, Episode 5: "Sunken," 44 min. Zahi Hawass has finally permitted archaeologists from the Hellenic Institute to dive into the Mediterranean Sea and bring up a relic confirmed to be part of Cleopatra’s historic shrine. But with the persistent problems of permits and an impending storm approaching, Hawass’ fury is felt by everyone working to get this 2,000-year-old pylon out of Alexandria's Eastern Harbor.
The Mummy, 1932, Universal, 73 min. Dir. Karl Freund. Boris Karloff gives one of his finest performances as the 3000-year-old Egyptian who returns from the dead to reclaim reincarnated love Zita Johann, in cinematographer-turned-director Karl Freund’s marvelously atmospheric chiller - easily the best of many mummy films to come.
Lecture and discussion between films with archaeologist David Cheetham.
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