Inside LA’s Vista Theatre, an Icon of Movie History
There are two projectors upstairs at the Vista Theatre. They sit side by side, constant reminders of the single-screen movie house’s past and future: One, a full-fledged, operational 35mm projector, still in use for some of the theater’s throwback screenings, sits to the left; the other, a sharp, but plastic, unit, is set up to
Lights, camera, action! Rooftop Cinema Club is back
Nothing says summertime in the city quite like a lineup of Rooftop Cinema Club movie events.
Chicago’s very own Wes Anderson culinary experience
For any fans in Chicago, Iliana Regan of Elizabeth is bringing the whimsy and wonder of Anderson’s eccentric films to life.
Here are the 2018 Oscar nominations
The snubs, the surprises, and the history-making moments.
Rooftop Cinema Club’s seasonal screenings
Celebrate the season with Rooftop Cinema Club’s holiday screenings.
A stroll through Hollywood’s Golden Age
The road in Hollywood (and, by that, we mean Hollywood Boulevard itself, of course) is full of places to eat, drink, and celebrate some of what remains of the industry’s golden age.
The Last Tycoon’s Janie Bryant Talks Vintage Hollywood Costumes
Janie Bryant, the costume designer for Amazon’s new series The Last Tycoon, sheds light on her inspirations for the show’s vintage Hollywood outfits.
Watch the first footage from ‘Blade Runner 2049’
A new hunt for replicants begins.
America Ferrera photographed at The Hollywood Roosevelt
The Emmy-winning actress opens up about how she learned to stop caring and go after what she wants.
Los Angeles in the Movies
A look at films that have captured all the good, the bad, and the ugly of Los Angeles.
Quentin Tarantino is screening his personal 35mm print of Pulp Fiction
All right, everybody be cool.
Fall in love in Los Angeles with this indulgent vacation package
Enjoy the City of Stars in Golden Age style at The Hollywood Roosevelt.
TCM Classic Film Festival returns to The Hollywood Roosevelt this April
It’s a stellar lineup, being kicked off with a 50th anniversary screening of ‘In the Heat of the Night’.
Must Watch: Kristen Wiig on Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee
As Jerry Seinfeld’s hit short format show launches into its ninth season, Jerry welcomes Bridesmaids and Saturday Night Live favorite Kristen Wiig out for a cup of coffee.
Emma Stone photographed at The Hollywood Roosevelt
Emma Stone takes the cover of The Hollywood Reporter magazine for its February 3 issue.
Oscar nominations are here
This morning, Oscar winners Brie Larson and Jennifer Hudson announced the nominees for the 2017 Academy Awards.
Chicago’s ArcLight dedicates new film series to architectural icons of the city
Architecture Afternoons explores how filmmakers use Chicago and its design to tell extraordinary stories.
When the Hollywood Roosevelt Hosted the First Oscars
The year is 1929 and the Hollywood Roosevelt is playing host to stars like Charlie Chaplin and Janet Gaynor for the first-ever Academy Awards.
Palm Springs International Film Festival opens early January
Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone and La La Land’s director and writer Damien Chazelle are expected to attend.
An Interview with Eva Doležalová
It was just over a week after the election when we met up with Eva Doležalová at the MacArthur to discuss her career, her perspective as a director, and what’s up next for her.
The Hidden Stars of the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Unlike the old saying about getting to Carnegie Hall, getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame takes more than just practice.
All work and no play makes this holiday party that much better
Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining hits the silver screen for Cinespia’s holiday celebration.
Design Extraordinaire Billy Butchkavitz Recalls His Favorite Hollywood Parties
The Billy Butchkavitz Design firm has masterminded HBO events since 1999.
La La Land is impossible not to love
Damien Chazelle’s ambitious original musical starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone is a stunning piece of film canon.
AFI Film Festival comes to Hollywood
The 13th annual film festival lights up Hollywood Boulevard November 10-17.
See film noir classics at DTLA’s Union Station
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority and The Film Noir Foundation have teamed up to offer free screenings of iconic noir films in an ideal setting: the historic Union Station in downtown Los Angeles.
Los Angeles like you’ve never seen
Rare archival footage of Los Angeles will screen this weekend at the Central Library Downtown.
Nine astonishing premiere parties
Movie and television premieres might look like glamorous nights on the town, but the stars on the red carpet and everyone behind the scenes put in a lot of work to make them look like so much fun.
‘My Mutant Brain’ is Spike Jonze’s wild new short film for Kenzo
Starring actor and model Margaret Qualley performing insane choreography by Sia-famous Ryan Heffington.
Kanye West premiered his iconic new video ‘Fade’ at the MTV Video Music Awards
It’s a Flashdance-inspired video starring an oiled up Teyana Taylor and Iman Shumpert.
Frank Ocean finally drops new album ‘Blonde’
It’s an intimate, revealing, and poetic album, released in tandem with a visual mixtape and a zine.
70 years of Los Angeles
Take a split-screen tour of what the same streets in downtown LA looked like from the 1940s to today, courtesy of The New Yorker.
Guillermo del Toro recreates his lucid dreams for LACMA
An extraordinary exhibition traversing magic, occultism, horror, monsters, life and death, innocence and redemption.
Palm Springs International ShortFest Wraps
The prestigious festival screened 327 short films over six days. Here’s who took home awards.
Ghostbusters cast gather at The Hollywood Roosevelt for The New York Times
The daily newspaper of note asks, Who’s Afraid of Female Ghostbusters?
The Bradbury creates the future from the past
It’s said the building’s architect was inspired by Edward Bellamy’s 1888 novel, Looking Backwards, which imagines a utopian society in the distant future: the year 2000.
Kristen Stewart covers Variety magazine’s latest issue
The actress was photographed by Peter Yang on the iconic Roosevelt Hotel sign for the magazine’s Cannes Film Festival issue.