The inaugural Nuart Fest will run from October 21st through 30th and celebrate the reopening of West Los Angeles’ newly renovated Nuart Theatre. The 1930 single-screen was the first theater in the Landmark Theatres chain. The 10-day festival is an eclectic mix of sneak previews and special screenings of films that made midnight movie history at the Nuart. In-person appearances include director Penelope Spheeris (The Decline Of Western Civilization Part III), Mink Stole (Pink Flamingos), screenwriters Scott Alexander & Larry Karaszewski (Real Life), actor Micheal Ward (Empire of Light), director Eric Appel (Weird: The Al Yankovic Story), directors Clay Tatum & Whitmer Thomas (The Civil Dead), and The Rocky Horror Picture Show shadow cast Sins O’ The Flesh.
“Landmark’s inaugural Nuart Fest is a celebration of the theater’s historical significance as a rite of passage for Los Angeles moviegoers and creatives”, said Landmark Theatres’ President Kevin Holloway. “The theater’s renovation is a testament to its ongoing importance as a pillar within the community.”
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