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Date: October 1, 2006
Contact: Margot Gerber
Tel: (323) 461-2020, ext. 115
THE AMERICAN CINEMATHEQUE PRESENTS
A SCREENING OF SOULER OPPOSITE
WITH CAST AND CREW IN PERSON
AND TITANIC IN 70 MM WITH
ACTRESS GLORIA STUART IN PERSON
AT THE AERO THEATRE
Screening of SOULER OPPOSITE with actors Janel Moloney ("The West Wing") and
Timothy Busfield ("Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip") and director Bill Kalmenson in person
Wednesday, October 18
Actress Gloria Stuart In Person with a 70 MM screening of TITANIC
Sunday, October 22
HOLLYWOOD The American Cinematheque presents a special screening of SOULER OPPOSITE with Cast and Crew In Person and Actress Gloria Stuart In Person with a screening of a 70 MM Print of TITANIC at the Aero Theatre. On Wednesday, October 18th is a screening of SOULER OPPOSITE (1998, Souler Opposite Productions, Inc., 104 min.). Christopher Meloni ("Law and Order: SVU") plays a comedian who falls in love with Thea, a political activist played by Janel Moloney ("The West Wing"). Melonis friend (Timothy Busfield of "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip") tries to keep Barry on an uneven keel. Discussion following with director Bill Kamelson and actors Janel Moloney and Timothy Busfield. On Sunday, October 22nd is a screening of a 70 MM print of TITANIC (1997, Paramount, 194 min.), directed by James Cameron and winner of 11 Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director. A romantic story starring Leonardo Di Caprio and Kate Winslet set against the backdrop of the the doomed R.M.S. Titanics voyage. Introduction by actress Gloria Stuart. All screenings are at the Max Palevsky Theatre at the Aero Theatre (1328 Montana Ave) in Santa Monica. All guests subject to availability.
Wednesday, October 18, 2006: Aero Theatre
The Wednesday, October 18th program is a 7:30 PM screening of SOULER OPPOSITE (1998, Souler Opposite Productions Inc., 104 min.). Opposites attrract, repel and collide like bumper cars in a savvy "romantic mockery" from writer/director Bill Kalmenson. Christopher Meloni ("Law and Order SVU") plays Barry, a stand up comedian whose love life is a joke. Janel Moloney ("The West Wing") stars as, Thea, the political activist drawn to Barry and then distanced by him and Timothy Busfield ("Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip") as the pal who helps keep Barry on an uneven keel. Kalmenson's grandfather, Ben Kalmenson, had started his career as a seller of Warner movies in 1927 and retired as president of the studio in 1969. Discussion following with director Bill Kalmenson and actors Janel Moloney and Timothy Busfield. The film will be released Nov. 7 on DVD by Warner Bros. www.souleropposite.com
No press preview in conjunction with this screening. For more information please contact Ronnee Sass (818) 977-6439, Ronnee.firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, October 22, 2006: Aero Theatre
The Sunday, October 22nd program is a 7:30 PM screening of a 70 MM print of TITANIC (1997, Paramount, 194 min.), directed by James Cameron. "I thought I wanted to be the next Jacques Cousteau," Cameron once remarked - here, he goes one better by resurrecting the doomed R.M.S. Titanic as a shimmering spectacle of polished brass and lost love. First the most-expensive (and later the most-successful) movie in Hollywood history, TITANIC was in reality a labor of love and craft for Cameron and crew - from cinematographer Russell Carpenters luminous ocean images to production designer Peter Lamonts meticulous reconstructions of the Titanic interiors. TITANIC swept the Oscars, winning 11 out of 14 nominations. With Leonardo Di Caprio and Kate Winslet as two people traveling in separate classes shipboard, who meet and romance briefly before the fateful night when the ship hits an iceberg and sank. Introduction by actress Gloria Stuart.
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