Sunday March 25
New Beverly Cinema will begin showing Federico Fellini’s classic “La Dolce Vita,” which follows a week in the life of a philandering journalist, from today through Tuesday March 27.
Cinefamily at the Silent Movie Theater continues its one week run of the documentary “Last Days Here” which follows the career of Bobby Liebling through Friday March 30. The same day they will also be showing Andrzej Zulawski’s “La Fidelite.”
At the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, American Cinematheque will have a double feature of Italian movies directed by Fernando Di Leo: “The Italian Connection” (which celebrates its 40th anniversary) & “Il Boss.”
Meanwhile at the Aero Theatre, American Cinematheque will be showing a “Streets of New York” double feature of Martin Scorsese’s “Mean Streets” and an ultra-rare screening of “Across 110th Street” which celebrates its 40th anniversary as well.
Monday March 26
In addition to “Last Days Here,” Cinefamily will also have the latest edition of Doug Benson’s Movie Interruptions with his take on last year’s action hit “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol.”
Wednesday March 28
New Beverly Cinema will screen a double feature of Japanese films with “The Makioka Sisters” and “An Autumn Afternoon.” These movies will be shown again on Thursday March 29.
Cinefamily will be showing a restored 35mm print of the Charlie Chaplin classic “The Circus.” “Last Days Here” will play after that.
The Egyptian will be showing an Orson Welles double feature of “Touch of Evil” and “The Trial.”
At the Aero they will screen Alfred Hitchcock’s 1940 movie “Foreign Correspondent.”
Thursday March 29
Before “Last Days Here,” Cinefamily will be continuing their program of films directed by Andrzej Zulawski with “L’Amour Braque.”
The Egyptian will begin their series entitled “Low Rider: The Super-Charged Cinema of Steve McQueen” with a double feature of “Bullitt” (which features one of the greatest car chases in movie history) and McQueen’s last film before his death “The Hunter.”
The Aero will show the original version of “The Manchurian Candidate” directed by John Frankenheimer and starring Frank Sinatra.
Friday March 30
New Beverly Cinema will have a Tilda Swinton double feature of last year’s “We Need To Talk About Kevin” and 1992’s “Orlando” which will be shown in a re-release print from 2010. This double feature will repeat on Saturday March 31.
Cinefamily will show Andrzej Zulawski’s “The Important Thing Is To Love” which will be followed by their last showing of “Last Days Here.”
The Egyptian will continue its Steve McQueen series with “Papillon” in which he stars with Dustin Hoffman and “Soldier In The Rain” from 1963.
The Aero will have a Woody Allen double feature with Best Picture winner “Annie Hall” and “Radio Days.”
Starting today, the Nuart will have a one-week engagement of “Goon” which stars Sean William Scott as hockey player Doug Glatt. Then at midnight they will show “Standing Ovation” and its writer/director Stuart Raffill will be there along with some guests.
Saturday March 31
At Cinefamily, Andrzej Zulawski’s “Szamanka” will be showing followed by what they call “The Most HFS Movie of 2011” at midnight.
The Egyptian will show Steve McQueen in one his most memorable roles as Captain Hilts in “The Great Escape.”
At the Aero, they will be screening Giuseppe Tornatore’s love letter to the romance of movies “Cinema Paradiso.”
Be sure to check the theater websites for more information and showtimes.