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Wednesday, August 30, 2023

Weekly What To Do: Labor Day Weekend, You Get Monday Off?

AUGUST 31 – SEPTEMBER 4   2023
Now celebrating its 59th year, Cinecon is dedicated to showcasing unusual films that are rarely given public screenings. Cinecon 59 is presented in partnership with Hollywood Heritage, the renowned museum and preservation organization.
NOW 2023: Week Three
Erica Bitton, Mark Golamco, Huntrezz Janos and Antigoni Tsagkaropoulou
AUG 31-SEP 2 THU-SAT, 8:30 PM
The 20th Annual New Original Works Festival concludes with a program of works by Erica Bitton (‘10), Mark Golamco, and Huntrezz Janos (‘18) and Antigoni Tsagkaropoulou. With a sharp interest in rituals, fantasies and memories, these works use history and technology to formulate diverse, other-worldly futures that provide a counterpart to our reality while allowing us to examine the injustices around us.
Sept 1 & 2 
Hollywood Bowl

In the climactic sixth episode of the Star Wars saga, Darth Vader readies the second Death Star to unleash the final blow to the Rebel Alliance. Luke Skywalker joins R2-D2, C-3PO, and Princess Leia to free Han Solo from Jabba the Hutt and launch a desperate attack upon the entire Imperial Fleet. Watch the complete film unfold as David Newman and the Los Angeles Philharmonic performs John Williams’ legendary score live to picture.
Yosuke Ueno
Yosuke Ueno
Beautiful Noise
(Gallery I)
Allison Bamcat
Fish Fingers
(The Doghouse Gallery)
Opening Reception with the Artist(s):
Saturday, September 2, 2023 6:00-10:00pm 
On view September 2 – September 23, 2023
4207 W. Jefferson Blvd + 4217 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90016
Sep 02, 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
SugarMynt Gallery, 810 Meridian Ave, South Pasadena, CA 91030

SugarMynt Gallery’s highly anticipated exhibition, Welcome to Haddonfield, is back!
Opening Saturday, September 2, 2023. The exhibit is on view 9/2-10/31.
For the opening night we will have Barmaid Beauties - price includes one free drink, Michael Myers Cosplay and 35+ artists making your favorite serial killers artworks from the first Halloween film "John Carpenter Halloween"
CityWalk The Musical
September 2 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre 5919 Franklin Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Sketch team Moon Goon presents Citywalk The Musical! Welcome to Citywalk, a place where themed restaurants and retail come alive… for real. A couple goes on an unforgettable journey to the depths of the magical mall in search of adventure, passion, and $22 sugary cocktails. From Bubba Gump to Bucca di Beppo, every new turn is always unexpected.
Levitt Pavilion Events
2230 West 6th Street Los Angeles, CA 90057
Friday, September 1 (7-10pm) 
FilAm ARTS Presents Festival of Philippine Arts & Culture (FPAC)  
Para Sa Lahat (For All)
The Mellow Dees, DJ Icy Ice, Introvoys, Jocelyn Enriquez
Traditional & Contemporary Philipino

Saturday, September 2 (5-9pm)  
FilAm ARTS Presents Festival of Philippine Arts & Culture (FPAC) 
Para Sa Lahat (For All) 
Gingee, Kayamanan Ng Lahi, Rondalla Club of Los Angeles, Pakaraguian Kulintang Ensemble, Malaya Dance Company 
Traditional & Contemporary Philipino

Sunday, September 3 (5-8pm)  
Season closing 
Sunset EclĂ©ctico Presents 
Beatriz Solis, Nancy Sanchez y Las Chorizeras, Eisner Intergenerational Orchestra from the Heart of Los Angeles (HOLA)
Pop / Regional Mexican / Jazz 
Improvised Marvel’s What If…?
September 5 @ 10:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre 5919 Franklin Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Inspired by the popular animated series, “Improvised Marvel’s What If?” is a high-energy comedy show that explores alternate timelines in the Marvel Cinematic Universe based on the audience’s wildest suggestions. Whether it’s imagining what would happen if Spider-Man was a frat bro, Bruce Branner worked at CVS, or Loki was the lead singer of Switchfoot, anything is possible in this unpredictable and exciting show performed by some of LA’s most talented and nerdy improvisers.
3:00 P.M. on Tuesday, September 5th, 2023
The Michelle and Kevin Douglas IMAX Theatre, RZC 119
Robert Zemeckis Center for Digital Arts
3131 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90007

 By day, Ovidio (Warhol superstar Joe Dallesandro) and his two friends work at a data center. After work, they blow off steam by committing random acts of savage violence, swiftly graduating from sparking a riot at a football game to vehicle theft, assault, and murder. The police are convinced this recent spate of crimes is politically motivated, but world-weary veteran Commissario SantagĂ  (Enrico Maria Salerno, The Bird with the Crystal Plumage) suspects a far more terrifying explanation: that these young men are motivated by nothing more than boredom and disaffection with civilized society. Savage Three combines unrestrained brutality with biting social commentary to create a tense and frightening portrait of modern man and his innate capacity for violence.

UCB, a cheapo comedy show almost every night, see comedians before they make podcasts and have
stories about the UCB and before they hit the big time.

Cinespia -Just came back this week for a new season.
This hosts screenings outside at iconic venues including The Hollywood Forever Cemetery, The Greek Theatre, and Los Angeles Historic Park.
Check out classics and cult movies just a few stories above street level. Rooftop Movies at The Montalbán. Added Thursday nights to the line-up and themed nights in August and September.

American Cinematheque-A celebrated independent theater group that brings both the talent and catalog of films to make for some of LA's best movie nights.
Secret Movie Club-Special edition posters and a large swatch of films to see.

Street Food Cinema-Outdoor cult or recent hits you'll love.

 New Bev-Tarantino owned independent theater with old school style

Cinelounge - Hollywood based tiny theater, showing off indies you've never heard of
Brain Dead Studios-Newcomer that manages to fill its schedule almost every night
Electric Dusk Drive-In-A drive-in, haven't you missed them?