This group is about some of the best things in the world: friends, film, and food, not necessarily in that order. Our movie choices are very eclectic, including old ones, new ones, independent, foreign, and the biggest of big studio productions. There's something magical about seeing a movie on a big screen with a crowd of other people, especially friends. Comedies are funnier, thrillers are scarier, and tear-jerkers are tearier when the experience is shared.
Our main venues are The Landmark, the Nuart, Laemmle's Royal, and the Sundance Sunset Cinema, and our membership dues are $6 per year. After the meetup costs are met, any extra money will be donated to The American Film Institute and Film Independent. We're not about making money from this meetup. We mostly want people who truly love the movies and will attend our events.
Where Film and Food Fans Meet and Greet!
February 12 · 7:00 PM
DINNER AFTER A UNITED KINGDOM @ Westside Tavern, Sunday, 2/12, 7:00 PM
• This meetup is only open to those MEMBERS who attend A UNITED KINGDOM. NO GUESTS! IF YOU DON'T RSVP ON THIS PAGE, DON'T EXPECT TO BE SEATED!
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February 12 · 4:45 PM
A UNITED KINGDOM, Landmark, Sunday, 2/12, 4:45 PM
A United Kingdomis the true story of the forbidden love of King Seretse Khama of Botswana (David Oyelowo,Selma) and Ruth Williams (Rosamund Pike,Gone Girl), a white... Learn more
February 6 · 7:00 PM
DECONSTRUCTING THE BEATLES' SGT. PEPPER ALBUM, Monday, 2/6, 7 PM
The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is one of the most influential albums of our time. Rolling Stone described it as “the most important rock & roll album... Learn more
February 5 · 7:00 PM
DINNER AFTER I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO @ Westside Tavern, Sunday, 2/5, 7:00 PM
• This meetup is only open to those MEMBERS who attend I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO. NO GUESTS! IF YOU DON'T RSVP ON THIS PAGE, DON'T EXPECT TO BE SEATED!
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February 5 · 5:30 PM
I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO, Landmark, Sunday, 2/5, 5:30 PM
In 1979, James Baldwin wrote a letter to his literary agent describing his next project, Remember This House, which was to be a revolutionary, personal account of three... Learn more