THE FILMS OF DAVID LYNCH SERIES
Monthly, September 2013 through June 2014.
His films have been known to disturb, offend, and mystify audiences. His unique cinematic style is characterized by its dream imagery, surrealism, and meticulous sound design. The Hollywood Theater is celebrating director, filmmaker, and visual artist David Lynch with: The Films of David Lynch, a series that spotlights a different Lynch film monthly through June 2014. Upcoming movies are (times and dates to be announced later): Mullholland Drive, and Inland Empire.
Senior Movie Matinee
Easter Parade is also our April Breakfast and a Movie event at 11 a.m., Sunday, April 13. Get tickets by April 10 for a light breakfast, cartoons, and door prizes. This month’s breakfast also features a Best Easter Hat contest with a prize. Tickets are $15; $13, members. get tickets at the theater or at showclix. Movie only (starts at 11:30) is $8 at door. watch trailer
family movie matinees
3 and 7 p.m., Easter Sunday, April 20.
$5 for all seats
Bring the family to this charming 1948 musical romance starring Judy Garland and Fred Astaire and featuring toe-tapping songs by Irving Berlin. watch trailer
Druskey Entertainment Series
Breadcrumb Trail (2014)
7 p.m., Saturday, April 19
Breadcrumb Trail is a documentary about the band Slint. In 1991 four young lads from Louisville, Kentucky, known as Slint, dropped their final album Spiderland. Not widely recognized upon release, it has grown into a landmark album in underground music. And now, the story of the band and those songs is being told in this new documentary by Lance Bangs.
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The Butcher Boy
2 p.m., Sunday, April 27
Buster Keaton and Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle star in this comedy short from 1917. Other short films will be shown. Live accompaniment on piano by Tom Roberts. The Butcher Boy was the first in Arbuckle’s series of films with the Comique Film Corporation, and Buster Keaton’s film debut.
Tickets for Silents Please series are $10; $7, 65+/12- and students with valid school ID at the door. This series is supported in part by a Seed Award from The Sprout Fund (www.sproutfund.org).
midnight, Saturday, April 12
The Junior Chamber of Commerce Players(JCCP) presents Reefer Madness, a cautionary tale about the dangers of marijuana: Public Enemy #1! This is one of the ONLY Reefer Madness Musical shadowcasts in the country. Tickets at showclix or at the door.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Midnight, Saturday, April 19.
Join us for a 35mm screening of the 1975 cult musical. The JCCP—Pittsburgh’s official Rocky Horror shadow cast—will perform and sell audience participation goodie bags at the door. Tickets here or at the door.
7 p.m., Friday, April 25
The evening features a screening of a “secret” film, a themed pop-up art gallery with live music, delicious food, local brews, and more. Featured artist is Mike Budai, music performed by Tracksploitation, and beer by Roundabout Brewery. Proceeds benefit the Hollywood Theater and The Arts For Autism Foundation of Pittsburgh. Tickets, which start at $15, and more details here.
Third Birthday Party Gala
Saturday, May 3
Doors open 6:30 p.m.
Celebrate three years of great movies and great times at our fundraising gala…… food, music, movies, drinks, sangria, birthday cake, tarot card readings, a raffle that includes Penguins club seat tickets for 2014-15 season, and more. Details are still being worked out, so check back!
$25 general admission; $20, members at showclix. $30, at door.
Don’t miss out! It’ll be the party of the year!