From: Adam Hyman (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Feb 14 2011 - 15:13:58 PST
There's a microcinema list somewhere, no? I can't remember where.
And is the "building" aspect most important to you. There are various
independent screening organizations that rent spaces and don't have their
Anyway, in Los Angeles:
Los Angeles Filmforum (although actually we don't have our own space, but
rent) - lafilmforum.org
Echo Park Film Center - http://www.echoparkfilmcenter.org/
American Cinematheque - http://americancinematheque.com/
REDCAT - http://www.redcat.org/
Cinefamily - cinefamily.org
The wulf (occasionally, more for music) - http://www.thewulf.org/
The Downtown Independent - http://www.downtownindependent.com/
Documental - http://www.laughtears.com/
7 Dudley Cinema - http://www.laughtears.com/
Cinespia - http://cinespia.org/
UCLA Film & Television Archive -
LACMA - lacma.org
Hammer Museum - http://hammer.ucla.edu/ (occasionally)
USC Cinematheque 108 - http://cinema.usc.edu/about/events/ (occasional)
On 2/14/11 2:41 PM, "graeme hogg" <email suppressed> wrote:
> Can I ask the frameworks list which buildings or spaces they know of or
> about which have been constructed or adapted with the principle function
> of screening films outside of the co-orporate (theatrically released) film
> In this category I might strictly include 'Cinematheques' only inasmuch as
> 'Art House' does entail industrial distribtion.
> However cinematheques with a high proportion of avant-garde, experimental,
> artists work, etc are of interest to me.
> I know there are some obvious ones (Anthology Film Archives) but do please
> respond without prejudice or assumption.
> Many thanks.
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