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AMC Citywalk Stadium 19
See a first run movie (something for everyone on 19 screens including the blow-your-mind 7-story IMAX) and stroll through Universal City Walk.
American Cinematheque
Presenting films and programs spanning the classics and world cinemas. Tours of historic Egyptian Theatre and weekly screenings of Forever Hollywood documentary, a 55-minute film with footage from the ...
American Film Institute
National arts organization dedicated to advancing and preserving the art of film, television and the moving image. The Louis B. Mayer Library is open to the motion picture community and also to the ...
Arclight Hollywood
Innovative cinema concept includes cafe/bar, retail, exhibit areas, Cinerama Dome and 14 theatres.
Chinese 6 Theatres
Six state-of-the-art theatres, VIP lounge and seating, part of the Hollywood & Highland complex.
Directors Guild of America
7920 W. Sunset Blvd. (310) 289-2000. Film screenings and events. Visit website for dates.
Egyptian Theatre
(see American Cinematheque) Spectacularly restored courtyard captures the magic of times gone by. Interior has been updated for today’s film audiences. (See PLACES)
El Capitan Theatre
A classic movie palace, built in 1925 and fabulously restored thanks to Disney and Pacific Theatres. The beautiful interior offers modern comfort and features state-of-the-art sound. Maleficent, thru ...
Hollywood Forever Cemetery Movie Screenings
Cemetery movie screenings on select Saturdays and Sundays night at 8:30pm. Visit for more information about the schedule.
Hollywood Heritage Museum
Non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the history of Hollywood and to education about the early film industry and the role its pioneers played in shaping Hollywood's history.
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