Cinephiles study their ABCs at this beloved moviehouse, originally built in 1929. Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino bought the place in 2007 when it looked set for demolition and now, since 2014, his tastes and personal collections set the tone for the programming. Instead of cutting-edge digital projection technology, the New Bev specializes in showing 35mm and 16mm analog film reels, often in double-features. After a nearly yearlong renovation, the single-screen repertory cinema once again resumed its Tarantino-approved slate of deep-cut midnight flicks and celluloid standards in late 2018.
|Venue name:||New Beverly Cinema|
7165 W Beverly Boulevard
|Cross street:||N Detroit Street|
|Do you own this business?|
- Review by Dave Calhoun The sort of high-wire, playfully enjoyable riff on movies that only Quentin Tarantino could get away with, Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood is a massively fun shaggy-dog story that blends fact and fiction, inserting made-up ch...Read more