Indie Films Feb 26 - Mar 3


          King Georges. Produced and directed by Erika Frankel. From Sundance Selects. Color, 2016, USA, 77 minutes, not rated. Documentary. Fiery French chef Georges Perrier is on a crusade to keep his 40-year-old, internationally-renowned restaurant, Le Bec-Fin in Philadelphia, relevant in a culinary world of new stars and shifting tastes. A touching story about passion, aging and art.

            "Poignant, emotional....steady stream of laughter."---Variety


February 26- March 3, 2016. Fri. at 5:15 and 6:45; Sat .and Sun.  at 12:20 and 1:40; Mon. at 6:00; Tues. at 7:40; Wed. at 6:00; Thurs. at 7:25.

            They Look Like People. Directed, written and produced by Perry Blackshear. Color, 2016, USA, 80 minutes, not rated. Mystery/Thriller. Starring MacLeod Andrews, Evan Dumouchel, Margaret Ying Drake, Mick Casale and Elena Greenlee. Suspecting that those around him are actually malevolent shape-shifters, a troubled man questions whether to protect his only friend from an impending war, or from himself.

            Winner: Fantasia Film Festival; Independent Film Festival of Boston; Nashville Film Festival; San Francisco Indiefest; Slamdance Film Festival.

            "Will make your blood run cold."---The Playlist

            February 26- March 3.  Fri. at 8:15; Sat. at 3:10 and 9:45. Sun. at 3:10 and 6:10. Mon. at 7:30; Tues. at 12:15; Wed. at 7:30; Thurs. at 8:55.


Who's Driving Doug. Directed by David Michael Conley. W ritten by Michael Carnick. Produced by Nicole Carbonetta and David Michael Katz. From Katz Agency. Color, 2016, USA, 99 minutes, not rated. Drama. Starring RJ Mitte, Daphne Zuniga, Paloma Kwiatkowski, Alix Elizabeth Gitter, Shanti Lowry and Ray William Johnson. A sheltered college student DOUG (RJ Mitte of "Breaking Bad") changes his life forever when he hires an underachieving driver SCOTT (Ray William Johnson of "Equals Three"). In order to escape his oppressively loving MOTHER (Daphne Zuniga), Doug agrees to go on a spontaneous road trip with Scott and his college crush STEPHANIE (Paloma Kwiatkowski of "Bates Motel"). At the height of the journey, a tragic series of events tests their bond and opens the road to self discovery.

            "A beautiful tale of love, responsibility and coping with life when the odds are stacjed against you."---Back to the Movies.

            February 26- March 3.  Fri. at 9:55; Sat. at 4:10 and 6:10; Sun. at 4:30; Mon. - 9:00; Thurs. at 10:25.

Admission: $12 each feature.   Information: (323) 306-0676. Online ticketing:

            At Arena Cinema Hollywood, 1625 N. Las Palmas Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028. Discounted parking is available with validation at lots adjacent to the venue and across the street. Arena Cinema is Hollywood's new home for independent films, powered by Voltaire Media.  Ranked among Top 5 Indie Movie Theatres in Los Angeles by CBS2.

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