This February, come celebrate Black cinema at The Grand! Read on to see what our Tuesday Film Series and Classic Film Series will be showing. Click here for part 2 with info on our Weird Elephant Series films.
"Dried seaweed would be best, but let's go in the sugar cube direction with packets of sugar from the hot beverage counter." Part 3/3 of Faith's-last-day blog content.
On-screen crushes and more. Part 2/3 of Faith's-last-day blog content.
Today is Faith Stevens' last day at The Grand Cinema! After over five years of being on the team, we raise a toast to our favorite Project Producer & Lead Designer. Welcome to Part 1/3 of Faith's-last-day blog content.
We soon say goodbye to Project Producer & Lead Designer Faith Stevens after being at The Grand for over five years… but not before we share this not-review of Foxtrot dug up from the Google Drive archives and never-before-published. Enjoy.
Congratulations to the 2019 Juried Award and Audience Choice winners! This year, a total of $10,000 was awarded in support of independent filmmaking. Audience Choice winners were determined by your ballots.
My name is Ella Meyers, and I’m a junior Sociology and Film & Media Studies double major at Whitman College. I have spent this past summer working as a Marketing & Communications intern at The Grand Cinema.
The Renaissance started in Florence; Jazz emerged in New Orleans; and in the 1960s, the California Sound was born in Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles. Andrew Slater's Echo in the Canyon provides first-hand accounts of what it was like to live among the stars of the folk-rock movement. The documentary examines how artists like The Beach Boys and The Beatles influenced one another, and how a tight-knit community of artists changed pop music forever. Echo in the Canyon also acknowledges contemporary artists who were—and continue to be—inspired by the music that came out of Laurel Canyon. Read on to see my favorite Laurel Canyon-inspired artists and songs!
A Hasidic jew. A community college bio professor. A stolen pig. Join us for our next Science on Screen event pairing the film To Dust with a presentation by "dead" PA Naomi Grimminck on the topic: from biopsy to resection to results. Screens only on Monday, July 22 at 6:45pm.