Pick for 7/25/11 – “Crazy, Stupid, Love.”

When you make a movie with plenty of money, there is no drama. The studio has been unbelievable supporters of us and stood by what we envisioned for the film and what our actors wanted to do, 100 percent.

-Glenn Ficarra

Landmark Theatres & Stephen Farber Presents CRAZY, STUPID, LOVE.
Rating: PG-13 | Runtime: 118 Minutes | Year: 2011 | Trailer: Crazy

Monday, July 25th, 2011 | 7:00 PM
Part of Stephen Farber’s “Reel Talk” Series at Landmark. Guest speakers: Glenn Ficarra and John Requa.

The Landmark
10850 W. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90064
Parking Tips: Free Parking at Westside Pavillion Parking Structure

Tickets

General Admission: $22.00 + $1.00 Surcharge (Online)

Pick for 5/23/11 – “Beautiful Boy”

[It] was really hard because the producers, again, were constantly asking: “Why? Why? Why?” And at the end they wanted the reveal that answered that question. That made my skin crawl, because for us, ultimately, we wanted to give these two people love.

-Shawn Ku

Landmark Theatres & Stephen Farber Presents BEAUTIFUL BOY
Rating: R | Runtime: 100 Minutes | Year: 2010 | Trailer: Beautiful

Monday, May 23rd, 2011 | 7:00 PM
Part of Stephen Farber’s “Reel Talk” Series at Landmark. Writer-director Shawn Ku and co-writer Michael Armbruster in person.

Regent Theatre
1045 Broxton Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Parking Tips: Ample parking is available in public lots and on surrounding streets. The parking garage located across the street from the Regent Theatre offers $3 parking when entering after 6 PM. (Before 6 PM the first two hours are free.)

Tickets

General Admission: $20.00

Pick for 5/16/11 – “How To Live Forever”

I have always been drawn to stories of the human connections that define us, an interest reflected in my work both as a photojournalist and a documentary filmmaker. The death of my mother and the arrival of my AARP card led me to examine the most fundamental human connection of all – to life itself. My natural instinct and my southern California lifestyle demanded more life, longer life, younger life. Somewhere between the hyperbaric chamber and the cryonic pod, I began to fully appreciate the complexity of the issue.

-Mark Wexler

Landmark Theatres & Stephen Farber Presents HOW TO LIVE FOREVER
Rating: Unrated | Runtime: 92 Minutes | Year: 2009 | Trailer: Live

Monday, May 16th, 2011 | 7:00 PM
Part of Stephen Farber’s “Reel Talk” Series at Landmark. Director Mark Wexler in person.

Regent Theatre
1045 Broxton Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Parking Tips: Ample parking is available in public lots and on surrounding streets. The parking garage located across the street from the Regent Theatre offers $3 parking when entering after 6 PM. (Before 6 PM the first two hours are free.)

Tickets

General Admission: $20.00

Pick for 5/2/11 – “The First Grader”

The First Grader tells of a human story of one man’s determination to receive an education.

-Justin Chadwick

Landmark Theatres & Stephen Farber Presents THE FIRST GRADER
Rating: PG-13 | Runtime: 120 Minutes | Year: 2010 | Trailer: First

Monday, May 2nd, 2011 | 7:00 PM
Part of Stephen Farber’s “Reel Talk” Series at Landmark. Guest speakers: producer Sam Feuer and screenwriter Ann Peacock. 

Regent Theatre
1045 Broxton Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Parking Tips: Ample parking is available in public lots and on surrounding streets. The parking garage located across the street from the Regent Theatre offers $3 parking when entering after 6 PM. (Before 6 PM the first two hours are free.)

Tickets

General Admission: $20.00