The Leo S. Bing Theater at LACMA is large and comfy, and hosts revivals, foreign films, video installations and more. LACMA should be commended for giving film such an important place alongside its art: the museum presents regular screenings, weekend series and retrospectives in conjunction with its exhibits, and hosts matinee screenings of Hollywood classics each Tuesday. The theater also partners with Film Independent, which hosts its series of classics, new releases, documentaries, one-of-a-kind events, guest-curated programs and conversations on film and filmmaking at Bing. As a film geek bonus, all films are screened on 35mm, unless noted otherwise.
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The Director's Series: Michael Govan and Peter Zumthor
LACMA director and CEO Michael Govan talks with Peter Zumthor about the Swiss architect's redesign for the museum and how the plans will fit LACMA's collection. The project is set to break ground next year and will move LACMA's permanent collection from...Talks and lectures Wednesday April 5 2017 Free