A brand new 35mm print of LE PETIT SOLDAT screens at Landmark’s Nuart ‘til Thursday!
If you’re at Comic-Con on Friday the 13th or Saturday the 14th, look for Ama and Jade who will be sweet-talking the hell outta Comic-Con folks and passing out 500 of these little flyers! Hugs and good times included!
Keep up with us on Twitter to see where we’ll be venturing!
(Note: I added the red tint to this flyer for fun, but the ones we have will be black on red cardstock. We’ll also add unique words/drawings/randomness to the back of each card!)
This gorgeous poster of THE LEGEND OF BOGGY CREEK was designed by the great Ralph McQuarrie, who is famously known for his conceptual illustrations for STAR WARS, CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND, *batteries not included, E.T.: THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL, RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK and more.
I came across this and was stunned and incredibly intrigued. The art of this poster alone has me dying to somehow see this film in 35mm, preferably in a cabin in the woods or at a Drive-In, which is what helped the film gross $25 million when it came out.
If you have any leads on a 35mm print of this film, please let us know at moviesinla at gmail dot com. Thank you!
Just reminding you about the kind of people who text while a movie is playing in a cinema…
Quite scary that a headline reads “Is It Time To Let Movie Goers Send Text During A Film?" on Deadline.
Oh, world. Oh, young folks. Oh, people who don’t care about experiences…
I learned more about Gathr Films, which is “Theatrical distribution from the bottom up”.
I think it’s definitely an awesome concept, and thanks to this grassroots, presale type of marketing, Our Pick of the Day Scott Glosserman’s BEHIND THE MASK: THE RISE OF LESLIE VERNON screens tonight at Downtown Independent.
Let us know what you think! Would love to see more sold out screenings this way.