The American Cinematheque is a nonprofit arts organization dedicated to preserving the unparalleled experience of viewing movies on the big screen. It is headquartered in the historic 1922 Egyptian Theatre (the home of the first Hollywood movie premiere), built by Sid Grauman and at the 1940 Aero Teatre in Santa Monica. Programming consists of nightly shows of Hollywood classics, new foreign and independent films, sneak previews, pop culture gems and more! Filmmakers and actors often speak in person with their films.
2-for-1 admission good for any regularly priced American Cinematheque program
Wednesday-Sunday evenings (box office opens at 5:30 pm).
Mondays and Tuesdays, Christmas Eve and Thanksgiving Day. All holiday hours are subject to change without notice.
6712 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028
Between Las Palmas & McCadden Place just east of Highland Avenue. Validated parking for lot at the Hollywood & Highland Complex at Hollywood Boulevard & Highland Avenue. $2 for up to four hours. After that, regular rates apply. Other area lots are $5-$10 on Selma and Las Palmas, Cherokee.
Hollywood & Highland Metro Stop
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