Eat|See|Hear: Pretty in Pink Screening, Live Music & Food Trucks
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"All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up." Chock-full of classic lines, noir style, pitch-perfect direction by Billy Wilder and an iconic performance by Gloria Swanson, Sunset Boulevard is one of the great American films. Here's your chance to see this classic the way it was meant to be seen - on the big screen. Plus, you can enjoy some wine and cheese beforehand and help raise funds for the Colony Theatre. Premiering in 1950, the film follows a struggling screenwriter (William Holden) who becomes a kept man to a fading silent film star clinging to delusions of staging a comeback. Learn More
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- Learn more about Fandango's Eat|See|Hear events in this <a target="_blank" href="http://youtu.be/hQm1QpWX0oA">video trailer</a>.
- Read <a target="_blank" href="http://www.goldstar.com/events/los-angeles-ca/eatseehear-zoolander?reviews=all#reviews">Goldstar member reviews</a> from a previous Eat|See|Hear screening.
Team Eat|See|Hear's Sharon says: "I was the quintessential 1980's teenager. I hung out with the Andie/Duckie crowd (all 4 of us), had crushes on the popular boys, spent my time listening to music, hanging out in record stores, going to shows and working at various radio stations. I could totally relate to everything that this movie is, including the Psych Furs theme song.
LA Font: Meet Danny Bobbe: nightbus intellectual, enfant terrible, LA Font frontman. Transplanted to Los Angeles from Montana in 2008 with little more than a Volvo station wagon to his name, he’s since established himself as one of the city’s most compelling songwriters. (The Volvo met a worse fate.) LA Font’s songs are indie rock laced with hooks, jutting with spiky guitars on loan from Pavement, and take an outsider’s perspective on hipsters and gangsters; traumatic brain injury and Sidney Crosby; the homeless in Santa Monica and on Skid Row; crumbling friendships and subway hucksters selling something that they swear is 14-karat gold (“and truthfully,” Bobbe wails in “White Man,” “it’s really hard to say”). For LA Font, the city is bleak, gritty, laden with traps – but it remains a place that promises change to the courageous.
The band – singer/guitarist Danny Bobbe, guitarist Jon Perry, bassist Greg Katz and drummer Harlow Rodriguez – followed their 2010 self-released debut “The American Leagues” with the 7″ single “Sharks” last year.
Food Trucks: Fatburger, Crepes Bonaparte, Calbi, Mandoline Grill, Bratz Berlin, Palazzolo's Artisan Gelato and Sorbetto, Discussion Truck, After School Special