The Painter and the Thief
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URINE JOHNSON BELONGS IN THE TOILET.
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Documentary of revival Cinema around the New Beverly Theater. Most of its appeal is seeing a group of people that are enthusiastic about 35mm film. They made a really good point that movies are not preserved like art is. The Mona Lisa is guarded in a museum and original prints of movies are destroyed since they are expensive to store. Just like vinyl records have made a come back I hope these types of theaters do too.
An unabashed love letter to repertory cinema, "Out of Print" focuses on L.A.'s legendary Beverly Cinema, and serves as a reminder of yet another technology going the way of the Dodo bird: film. Real film. Celluloid. Of the non-digital variety.
This doc is one easy watch, as local celebs (Seth Green, David Lynch, Edgar Wright ... the list is long) take turns with glowing cameos, espousing the glory of 35 mm film. The cool retro feel of the Beverly is the perfect stage for hip film lovers to gush fondly over classic double bills, and surprise Q and A sessions with big wig Hollywood types.
Pretty cool stuff, warms the hearts of any old timey film watchers, and ensures that the Beverly is on the "to do" list next time we all jetset to La-La land.
Educational and entertaining documentary about a special theatre and a passion for film. Insightful perspectives from well-known and beloved filmmakers in the industry!