The Itin­er­ant Pro­jec­tion­ist, a doc­u­men­tary by Uttara Val­luri as fea­tured at Amper­sand, which cov­ers every­thing that is arts and cul­ture relat­ed through­out the Los Ange­les region and USC cam­pus.


Crescenta Valley News:

Trav­el Back in Time with Silent Movie Night at Two Strike Park

Silent Movie Night at Two Strike Park – print

Hol­i­day Fun at Annu­al Cres­cen­ta Val­ley Par­ty

Cres­cen­ta-Val­ley-Week­ly-12 – 17-2015 – 3

Read full-size arti­cle here.

Is it coin­ci­den­tal that the ad for vision care appears on the same page as the arti­cle for silent cin­e­ma?

Los Angeles Times:

TCM Classic Film Festival: Night of the hand-cranked 'Dream Machine'

TCM Clas­sic Film Fes­ti­val: Night of the hand-cranked ‘Dream Machine’

SUSAN KING March 27, 2015

When cin­e­ma was in its infan­cy, films were screened with a hand-cranked pro­jec­tor. And pro­jec­tion­ists were an inte­gral part of the movie-going expe­ri­ence.


A Cen­tu­ry Ago’: Acad­e­my offer­ing screen­ing of films from 1913

SUSAN KING Decem­ber 6, 2013

Short films from 1913 will be shown in Hol­ly­wood on Fri­day, offer­ing a look at stu­dio films’ grow­ing sophis­ti­ca­tion at the time.

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences:
evidence of the film poster
Fri, 12/06/2013 — 11:30
Lin­wood Dunn The­ater
1313 Vine St
Los Ange­les, CA 90028

Wed, 12/12/2012 — 11:30
Lin­wood Dunn The­ater

1313 Vine Street
Los Ange­les, CA 90028


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