The LA Conservancy’s signature series, Last Remaining Seats will kick off in the LA Fashion District with a screening of L.A. Confidential at The Orpheum Theatre on Saturday, June. 3. Last Remaining Seats presents films as they were meant to be seen: on the big screen, in a beautiful theatre, surrounded by fellow fans, and accompanied by vintage cartoons, special guests, and more.
Tickets cost $22 for the general public and $18 for Conservancy members. Proceeds support the Conservancy’s efforts to preserve historic places throughout L.A. County.
In addition to the screenings, the Conservancy will offer special events, including exclusive theatre and backstage tours, bar trivia after Saturday screenings, theatre Q & As, and a lecture by renowned film historian, Leonard Maltin.
Information and tickets are available at laconservancy.org/last-remaining-seats-special-events.
Three cops investigate a homicide in 1950s L.A. in this neo-noir crime drama about police corruption and organized crime.
This screening is dedicated to the film’s director, producer, co-writer, and longtime member of the Conservancy’s Advisory Council, Curtis Hanson, who passed away last year.
Clara Bow, Hollywood’s original It Girl, stars in this silent classic that won the very first Academy Award for Best Picture in 1929.
This beloved 1980s classic directed by Steven Spielberg follows a young boy’s attempt to help his stranded extra-terrestrial friend go hooOOoome.
A giant man-eating shark terrorizes swimmers and beachgoers in the film that made Steven Spielberg a household name.
The LA Fashion District BID is a proud community partner of Last Remaining Seats.