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P.R.: Oscar Week at the Egyptian theatre


Celebrating the Oscars with

Academy Award Nominees

Oscar Nominees In Person & On the Screen

February 21 - 27, 2016

Egyptian Theatre

Oscar Week at the Egyptian Theatre

Schedule

Oscar hype reaches a fever pitch this week as we close in on the 88th Academy Awards presentation on February 28. Who will be honored for the year's greatest achievements in filmmaking? If you aren't up to speed on the most talked-about contenders, or if you're already Oscar-savvy and want a terrific refresher course before the big day, this is your chance.

Kicking off the countdown to Oscar Sunday on Sunday, February 21, is  89.3 KPCC's "FilmWeek" Oscar Preview, recorded in front of YOU, the live audience. Join host Larry Mantle and the KPCC Film Critics when they discuss their picks and pans! This event is down to the last few tickets so advance tickets are recommended. Get the details!

Come by the Egyptian Theatre on February 26 & 27 to see the  Oscar-Nominated Shorts in all categories, including documentary, live-action and animation from 2015, as well as a few bonus shorts. Nominees are from Russia, Chile, England, Vietnam, Pakistan, Liberia and more! Please note that the documentaries will be shown in our smaller theatre twice, once at 7 PM and once at 10 PM.

Distributed by Shorts International and Magnolia Pictures.

Meet the Oscar Nominated Film Editors, Art Directors

and Set Decorators!

The American Cinema Editors (ACE) and the Art Directors Guild and Set Decorators Society of America are back with their Academy Award Nominee panel discussions on Saturday, February 27. 

The nominees discuss the films they are nominated for this year, as well as their earlier careers and take questions from the audience. These in-depth discussions are moderated by members of the guilds. Don't miss this great opportunity to go behind-the-scenes with these masters of their craft!

The Oscar-Nominated Editors with speak at a 10:30 AM panel discussion entitled: "Invisible Art, Visible Artists"presented by the American Cinema Editors, and the Art Directors Guild and Set Decorators Society of America presents "The Art of Production Design" at 3:00 PM.

The nominees for editing are:

MAD MAX: FURY ROAD 

Margaret Sixel 

SPOTLIGHT

Tom McArdle 

STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS
Maryann Brandon and  Mary Jo Markey 

THE BIG SHORT
Hank Corwin 

THE REVENANT
Stephen Mirrione 

The nominees for production design are:

BRIDGE OF SPIES

Production Design: Adam Stockhausen

Set Decoration: Rena DeAngelo and  Bernhard Henrich
MAD MAX: FURY ROAD

Production Design: Colin Gibson

Set Decoration: Lisa Thompson
THE DANISH GIRL

Production Design: Eve Stewart

Set Decoration: Michael Standish
THE MARTIAN

Production Design: Arthur Ma

 Set Decoration: Celia Bobak
THE REVENANT

Production Design: Jack Fisk

Set Decoration: Hamish Purd

These popular events are free to the public with RSVP. They DO reach capacity. Click on each event to see details about how to RSVP on our website, or go directly to Eventbrite. Guild members and American Cinematheque members will get priority entrance. Members of the public are first come, first served. You must be in line at 9:30am when doors open for the 10:30am event (Editors). For the Production Design event, the doors open at 2:00pm.

Complete Egyptian S chedule

Tickets on Fandango.com

February 21 - 27, 2016

LLOYD E. RIGLER THEATRE at the Egyptian Theatre.

6712 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028

Parking lots off of Selma Avenue range from $10 - 20. Read signs carefully as the construction in the area often requires "no parking" on certain streets. Meters available, plus parking at Hollywood and Highland. Parking Center will validate your ticket.

Find out what else is playing at the American Cinematheque this week!

Ticket price unless indicated otherwise:

$7 Cinematheque Members

$9 Student/Senior (only available in person at box office with current I.D.)

$11 General Admission. 

Tickets are Now On Sale for Crispin Glover's Live Appearances with WHAT IS IT? & IT IS FINE! EVERYTHING IS FINE

March 18 & 19 at the Egyptian Theatre

Details

Coming Soon: Alan Rickman Tribute, The Films of Terrence Malick, Julie Delpy in person, TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, George Clayton Johnson Tribute

More Information Buy Advance Tickets

Additional tickets are also available at the Egyptian Theatre Box Office, which opens at 6pm the night of the show. $11 General Admission, $9 Student/Senior, $7 American Cinematheque Member.

Find out what else is playing at the American Cinematheque this week!

Ticket price unless indicated otherwise:

$7 Cinematheque Members

$9 Student/Senior (only available in person at box office with current I.D.)

$11 General Admission. 




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