All posts tagged "landmark cinemas"

  • Oscar-Nominated Short Films

    Once again Landmark’s E Street Cinema, in partnership with ShortsHD, offers two feature-length programs of the short films nominated at the upcoming Academy Awards. A...

  • With 3 You Get Amazing Opera

    Landmark’s E Street Cinema presents a screening of Opera on Film: 3 Superstars in Berlin, a taped performance at Berlin’s massive Waldbuhne amphitheater featuring three...

  • Now Playing: Pariah

    Pariah is the finest coming-of-age movie to find its way into theaters in years. The story, or at least a portion of it, is inspired...

  • Duck Soup at Landmark’s E Street CInema

    The E Street Cinema concludes its inaugural “Capital Classics” series with the Marx Brothers comedy Duck Soup, focused on Freedonia’s war on nearby Sylvania. It...

  • King Kong at Landmark’s E Street

    The E Street Cinema continues its “Capital Classics” series this weekend with the 1933 classic King Kong, in which a giant ape escapes and wreaks...

  • Cave of Forgotten Dreams

    A Slate film critic said that Werner Herzog’s latest film, Cave of Forgotten Dream, a three-dimensional documentary about 30,000-year-old paintings in the Chauvet cave in...

  • The Illusionist

    Originally written by French comic genius and cinema legend Jacques Tati as a love letter from father to daughter, The Illusionist has been adapted by...

  • The Housemaid, opening at Landmark E Street

    A deliriously stylish, searingly erotic thriller from Korea, The Housemaid explores what happens to an innocent girl in the employ of a rich and powerful...

  • Waiting for Superman at Landmark’s E Street Cinema

    From the director of An Inconvenient Truth comes another film about America wasting a natural resource: the next generation. In Waiting for Superman, public schools...

  • Pink Flamingos at Landmark’s E Street Cinema

    Through early November, Landmark’s E Street Cinema is hosting weekend midnight screenings of camp and cult classics, including, of course, Rocky Horror Picture Show —...

  • Patrik, Age 1.5 at The Landmark E Street Cinemas

    A Metro Weekly Critic’s Pick when it screened at last year’s Reel Affirmations, this Swedish film focuses on a gay couple settling down in the...

  • Orlando at the Landmark E Street Cinemas

    The gender-bending Orlando, based on a Virginia Woolf novel, starred the late Quentin Crisp — playing Queen Elizabeth! — as well as Billy Zane and,...

  • Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work

    To make the cleverly titled documentary Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, filmmakers Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg followed the pioneering female comedian Joan Rivers...

  • Stonewall Uprising

    If you’re a first-time visitor to the Stonewall Inn, then the documentary Stonewall Uprising by Kate Davis and David Heilbroner will be an adequate Gay...

  • Son Dance

    Sometimes things don't turn out the way you expect. Sometimes the high school quarterback grows up and transitions into a woman. Sometimes an orphan discovers...

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