Monthly Archives: November 2011

The fight to save 35mm.

I think 35mm film is the most beautiful thing in the world. There’s a magic, a real powerful sense of alchemy that comes from watching light projected through a strip of 35mm film at 24 frames per second. You can … Continue reading

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Holiday films at the Paramount

We’ve got some fantastic holiday films starting right after Thanksgiving here at the theatre! On Monday we have two shows of White Christmas, and on December 18-19 we are showing Scrooged and Love, Actually. Join us!

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AMIA screenings at the Paramount.

We have some amazing screenings happening here at the Paramount Saturday night in conjuction with the Association of Moving Image Archivists’s annual conference taking place in Austin this year. All are free and open to the public! 9:00am – We … Continue reading

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Fall/Winter Film preview.

I’ve just returned from a couple fall film festivals (the fantastic Philadelphia and AFI fests), and if what I’ve seen at festivals is any indication, we’re going to have a great fall/winter for movies. Here are my five picks for … Continue reading

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Chris Marker films at the Paramount.

So excited about this one. In conjunction with Arthouse/AMOA’s amazing current exhibit “The Anxiety of Photography”, we’ll be showing two of my very favorite films at the Paramount on Sunday, November 13. Chris Marker’s SANS SOLEIL and LA JETEE are … Continue reading

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