Quentin Tarantino’s 35mm movie haven, now 37 this year, ditched digital last Fall when he took over programming. Despite skepticism of this celluloid model, Tarantino’s $8 35mm double features work with LA audiences.
He kicks off August at the all-celluloid New Beverly with a print of “For a Few Dollars More” and will close the month with “A Fistful of Dollars,” another classic Leone western Tarantino presented at Cannes 2014.
In spirit of Summer smash “Mad Max: Fury Road,” Tarantino presents a double feature of “Mad Max” and “The Road Warrior” in mid-August, followed by Charlie Chaplin double bills, and back-to-back Hitchcock classics “Notorious” and “Suspicion,” both starring Cary Grant.
And of course, as you’ll see in the calendar, there are plenty of Westerns and B-horrors handpicked by the “Hateful Eight” director from his own collection. The Midnight slate includes screenings of Tarantino’s “Django Unchained,” “True Romance” and “Death Proof.” Plus, on August 15 and 16, don’t miss the hilarious “Gremlins 2: The New Batch.” Here’s the full calendar: