A mastermind of satire, catch a career retrospective of Mel Brooks, from The Producers to Spaceballs
New York's Film Forum sends you back to the time when it was quite normal to get two movies for the price of one with 26 classic film pairings.
With 70mm undergoing a massive revival with film goers, Seattle's Cinerama announces a lineup of 70mm prints encompassing a spectacular history of cinema.
San Fran's opulent film palace presents a week of classic Bogart, Hitchcock, cult horror, film noir and a little Repo Man too.
The Material Girl is saluted with a new restoration of her 1991 documentary in the UK and NYC, plus a 35mm retrospective of her 80s / 90s cinematic output.
John Waters and his usual gang of trailer trash superstars return to the screen with a new restoration of his theatrically unreleased second feature
From a tribute to the most iconic film score composer of all time, to the rare opportunity of an all 35mm Looney Tunes festival, plus much more, it's a busy month at the AFI Silver Theatre.
Rarely screened since the 1997 special edition re-release, The Alamo Drafthouse folks bring the classic Star Wars films back to the big screen.
From Big Lebowski, to classic Ninja Turtles, Alien, to a Universal monster classic in 3D, and much more, the Boston film institution has a solid lineup for the end of summer, with lots of 35mm too.
Our picks amongst the lineups for August at The Castro, Egyptian, Aero and New Beverly Cinema. Almost too much viewing pleasure...
We catch up with the man behind the film, and the story of the film Andy Warhol called 'a movement'.
We miss those hosted 80s / 90s Saturday morning cartoon shows, so we (kind of) made our own. Grab a bowl of sugary cereal and enjoy the show!
Three decades on, the bizarre wrestling mockumentary 'Grunt! The Wrestling Movie' is constantly rediscovered as the cult gem it deserves to be.
As well as the classics, we'll also be looking in depth at a few newer movies that may have flow under your radar that deserve some attention. Neon Marquee's newest contributor Mark Vanselow takes a look at the 2015 French film The Anarchists.
Arguably one of the most influential movies of all time, The Seven Samurai made news recently with the announcement of a painstaking new restoration of the ambitious epic by Toho Japan.
Amongst the initial film series and modern reboots, The Planet of the Apes also existed as an animated adventure produced by Loony Tunes legend Friz Freleng, ultimately ending after only 13 episodes.
A former location scout with a lifelong passion has opened a new theater complete with restaraunt and bar in Brooklyn, NY.
Like vinyl, 70mm is making a comeback, because quite simply, no other theatrical format compares. The Prince Charles explains its commitment to step back in time as a way forward.
Park Circus is the latest company doing away with 35mm archival film prints as a digital utopia of motion pictures continues to threaten.