Movie Night Ad-Hoc Committee
August 10, 2017 (Thursday 6:30- 7:45 pm)
Tres Hermanos Restaurant
6269 Van Nuys Blvd.
Van Nuys, CA 91405
- WELCOMING REMARKS:
- GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT FOR NON AGENDA ITEMS:
- a. Selection of Movie for Movie Night:
- Extra Terrestrial (E.T.) 1982 – Universal Studios +
- Pee Wee’s Big Adventure 1985 – Warner Brothers
- Selection of date, time for Movie Night:
- Possible dates: September 23 (Friday), September 24 (Saturday), September 25 (Sunday), October 5 (Thursday), October 6 (Friday), October 7 (Saturday)
- Participants for Movie Night:
- CD 6, LACBC, Angie Armayo of State Assemblyman Adrin Narzarian office, members of VNNC, FilmLA
- Finance for Movie night Free helmet giveaway for patrons riding their bicycles to movie night. Nte $500 (55 – 70 helmets) – Helmets r UsHot dogs, burgers, catering, food trucks.
- a. Selection of Movie for Movie Night:
FREE Summer Movies in Studio City
Studio City Neighborhood Council presents
3rd Annual Summer Movies in the Park
6:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Movies start at dusk
Saturday, June 27, 2015
Saturday, July 25, 2015
Bring your picnic blankets to watch family-friendly movies on a big screen under the stars! Enjoy free popcorn, giveaways, photo booth, food & snacks sold by the Studio City Rec Center, and more.
Be a part of an annual Studio City Neighborhood Council tradition going on its 3rd year!
WHEN: Saturday, June 27 and Saturday, July 25, 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm
WHERE: 12621 Rye St., Studio City, CA 91604 (Beeman Park)
Visit website for updates www.StudioCityNC.org/SCNCMoviesInThePark2015
Note: No glass or alcohol allowed. Limited parking in this residential neighborhood
Special thanks to our sponsors:
NBC Universal, FILML.A., Studio City Recreation and Parks, Councilmember Paul Krekorian of Council District 2 and CBS Studio Center
The New Urbanism Film Festival, taking place this weekend (November 6-9), seeks to broaden the conversation about how we design our cities. Instead of preaching design principles in academic books, codes, and seminars, the festival’s creators use movies, animation, and webseries to show how urban design affects our everyday life.
New Urbanism is about making better places–walkable neighborhoods, tree lined streets, neighborhoods with mixed housing and job opportunities, parks and green spaces, architecture and design within the context of the environment, celebrating local history and resources.
It’s an architecture movement, an urban planning movement, an environmental movement, a design movement, a safety movement. How’s it moving you? How’s it moving others? That’s what the festival is about: New Urbanists and filmmakers sharing their successes and efforts to change the way we design our neighborhoods so that we can all live in better places.
The primary venue for screenings will be ACME Theater in Hollywood, at 135 N La Brea Avenue. Additional screenings will take place at LAB ART Gallery, located at 217 S La Brea. Tickets and day passes for the event are available online for $5-20. Visit newurbanismfilmfestival.com/tix for more information and screening schedules.
Ambulante California has been exhibiting documentaries for free in public alternative spaces all over the greater LA area since Sunday September 21. You don’t want to miss this weekend as the tour makes its ultimate stop and docks at The Bowtie Project alongside the LA River (Cypress Park) with two awesome films.
Friday night at 7pm we will begin with Echo Park Film Center’s The Sound We See: A Los Angeles City Symphony followed by Kent Mackenzie’s The Exiles (1961) . Echo Park Film Center will be there, as well as the cinematographers of The Exiles, John Morrill and Erik Darstadl, for a special Q&A.
On Saturday night we are screening Yakona (2014) by Paul Collins and Anlo Sepulveda. Filmmakers will be present for a Q&A. The screening will be followed by a dance party thanks to a DJ Set by KCRW’s Dan Wilcox.
Food trucks AND Michelada truck on site. Bring blankets, tents, or lawn chairs and don’t forget jackets/warm clothes for night time.
Please join us for this unique happening. And if you can’t join us, please tweet and spread the word. We have over 19 acres to play on!
Thanks to California State Parks, Clockshop, LA River Revitalization Corporation and Echo Park Film Center.
You can find more details on the films and exact map and address on Clockshop’s website. To see a few clips of the impact the Ambulante documentary tour has had check out our Youtube channel, follow us on Twitter @AmbulanteCA, and visit our Facebook page!
A reminder, the office of Councilwoman Nury Martinez is sponsoring tonight’s Movie Nights featuring Disney Frozen starring Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel and Jonathan Groff. It is a free event and it starts at 7:00 pm. in front of Van Nuys City Hall Courtyard. Free hotdogs, lemonade and popcorn will be provided. Please bring chairs, warm blankets and your enthusiasm to the movie under the stars and Van Nuys City Hall in the background.