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Zeffirelli & Rossellini: Day Tripping to Italy

Zeffirelli & Rossellini: Day Tripping to Italy
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Stunning locations, a cast of icons, a smidgen of history-lite, and a large dose of Italian director Franco Zeffirelli. On July 31st, Distant Lands hosts the viewing of Tea with Mussolini, starring Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Lily Tomlin, Joan Plowright, and Cher as part of the annual Old Pasadena Film Festival. Tea with Mussolini is […]

From Gravity to The Odd Couple: Old Pasadena Film Festival

From Gravity to The Odd Couple: Old Pasadena Film Festival

Sit under the stars and watch free movies at the Old Pasadena Film Festival every Friday and Saturday night during the month of July. Locations vary from the courtyard in Hugus Alley at One Colorado, the Armory, and Distant Lands to the Conscientious Projector and Central Park. There are some award winners like Gravity and […]

Old Pasadena Film Festival, Terminus

Old Pasadena Film Festival, Terminus

It’s the last week of the Old Pasadena Film Festival, which is a shame, because few things are as pleasurable as sitting outside on a warm summer evening, watching a movie. And there are some good ones this week: Napoleon Dynamite on Thursday, What’s Up, Doc? and Vicky Cristina Barcelona on Friday, and a Streetcar Named Desire and Psycho on Saturday. Click here for specific locations and […]

Old Pasadena Film Festival 2012, Week One

Old Pasadena Film Festival 2012, Week One

Every year, the folks of Old Pasadena Management screen (mostly) good movies three days a week for four weeks in One Colorado Plaza, Distant Lands bookstore, and Central Park. Those four weeks begin this week! Thursday at 8:30 in One Colorado it’s Tim Burton’s Batman, Friday it’s Serendipity, and Saturday it’s The Miracle Worker. Also on Friday, at Distant Lands, […]

5th Annual Old Pasadena Film Fest

5th Annual Old Pasadena Film Fest

Starting July 5th, Old Pasadena Management offers 20 films to be viewed in the great outdoors under the night sky. Thursdays through Saturdays until July 28th, Central Park on Raymond Avenue, the local travel shop Distant Lands, and One Colorado will host an evening at the movies. There will be cult classics like Whatever Happened […]

Last Hurrah for Old Pas Film Festival

Last Hurrah for Old Pas Film Festival

The fourth annual Old Pasadena Film Festival is in its final week of films with only three movies left for your viewing pleasure. The month has offered an impressive lineup of Elizabeth Taylor films, along with other classic favorites. Enjoy the last of these July evenings with a treat from 21 Choices or your favorite […]

The Old Pasadena Film Festival, 2011

Now in its fourth year, the Old Pasadena Film Festival is four weekends of good, free movies, ranging in vintage from 1944 (National Velvet, July 22nd) to 1995 (Clueless, this Thursday!). Nearly all the screenings are at One Colorado, with a grand total of two (2) at Central Park. All screenings start at 8:00 p.m. […]

On Screen at the Old Pas Film Festival

On Screen at the Old Pas Film Festival

The hits keep coming in the Old Pasadena Film Festival’s second week: Thursday is cult classic Harold and Maude (1971), the story of a most unlikely May-December romance between 19-year-old, death-obsessed Harold (Bud Cort) and 79-year-old, vital, vibrant Maude (Ruth Gordon). The American Film Institute loves this movie, ranking it among the 100 a) Greatest […]

The Old Pasadena Film Festival!

The Old Pasadena Film Festival!

Now in its third year, the Old Pasadena Film Festival is four weekends of good, free movies. You’ll find no navel-gazing indie drivel in the schedule—a stop on the art-film festival circuit this is not. Excepting the current one, every decade since 1930 is represented, from 1933’s She Done Him Wrong and I’m No Angel […]

Old Pasadena Film Festival Begins

Old Pasadena Film Festival Begins

We’d been checking in regularly with Old Pasadena Management to find out details of the annual movie screenings in the One Colorado courtyard, always a highlight of the summer. The folks there were late getting the schedule together, but it turns out it was for a very good reason: This summer the screenings have morphed […]

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