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This unique, one-time only event on theater screens in major cities nationwide highlights some of the great United Artisits films!

 

Portland March 14, 2008

Larelhurst Theater

 

New York CIty March 28, 2008

Film Forum

 

Detroit March 31, 2008

Uptown Birmingham 8

 

San Francisco April 3, 2008

Castro Theater

 

Dallas Apirlk 4, 2008

Landmark Inwood Theater

 

Cleveland April 5, 2008

Shaker Square Cinemas

 

Houston April 15, 2008

Willowbrook Movie Tavern

 

Minneapolis April 16, 2008

Landmark Edina Cinema

 

Raleigh/Durham April 21, 2008

The Carolina Theater of Durham

 

Miami/Ft. Lauderdale Aprill 22, 2008

Sunrise Cinemas Stadium 15

Las Olas Riverfront

 

Phoenix, Az April 25, 2008

Harkins Valley Art Theater

 

Chicago April 26, 2008

Music Box Theater

 

Seattle April 30, 2008

SIFF Cinema

 

Boston May 01, 2008

Brattle Theater

 

Los Angeles May 02, 2008

Landmark Nuart

 

Washington, D.C. May 10, 2008

AFI Silver Springs Theater

 

San Diego May 23, 2008

Landmark Ken Theater

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United Artists 90th Anniversary Festival Tickets & Prize Package Giveaway!

 

In honor of United Artist's 90th Anniversary, TheCinemaSource.com is giving away a boatload of prizes!

 

1 Grand Prize winner will win:

 

A pair of passes, good for any screening during the United Artists 90th-Anniversary Film Festival, running five weeks at Film Forum March 28th ? May 1st showing over 50 films including Manhattan, Raging Bull, Midnight Cowboy, Goldfinger, Some Like It Hot, and many more.

A United Artists DVD prize package of 20 classic UA films on DVD including Rocky, Raging Bull, Rain Man, Midnight Cowboy, and many more.

 

...And 5 First Prize winners will win the DVD prize package!

 

To enter, all you have to do is send us an e-mail at ZakSantucci@TheCinemaSource.com, with "United Artists Contest" in the subject line, answering this question:

 

What's your favorite United Artists-produced film of all time, and WHY?

 

Here are the 20 films at stake to get you thinking:

 

The Apartment (Collector's Edition)

The Battle of Britain (Collector's Edition)

A Bridge Too Far (Collector's Edition, 2 discs)

Carrie: 25th Anniversary (Special Edition)

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Special Edition, 2 discs)

Die Another Day P/S (Special Edition)

Fiddler on the Roof (Decade's Collection)

Fistful of Dollars (Collector's Edition)

For A Few Dollars More (Collector's Edition)

Get Shorty (Collector's Edition, 2 discs)

The Great Escape(Special Edition, 2 discs)

In the Heat of the Night (40th Anniversary Edition)

Invasion of Body Snatchers (Collector's Edition)

Judgment At Nuremberg (Special Edition)

New York, New York (30th Anniversary Edition)

Raging Bull (Collector's Edition, 2 discs)

Rain Man (Special Edition)

Rocky (Collector's Edition)

Some Like It Hot (Collector's Edition)

West Side Story (Special Edition, 2 discs)

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Sunrise Stadium 15 at Las Olas Riverfront 300 SW First Ave.

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301 954-761-9400

 

In honor of the 90th anniversary of United Artists, the Sunrise Las Olas movie theater will be featuring UA classics each week from April 22 to May 15. The schedule is as follows:

 

April 22 - "Annie Hall"

April 23 - "The Apartment"

April 24 - "West Side Story"

 

April 29 - "Some Like It Hot"

April 30 - "Raging Bull"

May 1 - "Rocky"

 

May 6 - "The Magnificent Seven"

May 7 - "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly"

May 8 - "Midnight Cowboy"

 

May 13 - "The Great Escape"

May 14 - "Dr. No"

May 15 - "The Manchurian Candidate"

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At the Tempe (Arizona) Harkins Valley Art theater, they will be showing a slew of Classic Flims for

United Artists: 90th Anniversary!

 

Friday April 25 West Side Story (1961)

Sasturday April 26 In the Heat of the Night (1967)

Sunday April 27 Some Like It Hot (1959)

Monday April 28 The Good the Bad and The Ugly (1967)

Tuesday April 29 Rain Man (1988)

Wednesday April 30 Magnificent Seven (1960)

 

Tthursday May 1 Raging Bull (1980)

 

Friday June 6 Judgement at Nuremberg (1961)

Saturday June 7 Manchurian Candidate (1962)

Sunday June 8 Rocky (1976)

Monday June 9 Pink Panther (1963)

Tuesday June 10 Annie Hall (1977)

Wednesday June 11 The Apartment (1960)

Thursday June 12 Dr. No (1963)

 

Valley Art Theatre - harkinstheatres.moviefone.com

509 S Mill Ave, Tempe Arizona USA

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Cleveland, Ohio

Shaker Square Cinemas

LOCATION:

3116 Shaker Square (SW quadrant)

PHONE (440) 564-2032

 

 

Shaker Square Cinemas will be showing eight classic films from the United Artists library throughout the month of April. Admission to each single film will be $5 or $8 for each double feature. This is a rare chance to see these great films on the big screen. Don't miss out!

 

Saturday, April 5th & Sunday April 6th

Some Like it Hot - 2:00 PM

The Apartment - 4:15 PM

 

Saturday, April 12th & Sunday, April 13th

In the Heat of the Night - 2:00 PM

Night of the Hunter - 4:15 PM

 

Saturday, April 19th & Sunday, April 20th

Dr. No - 2:00 PM

Goldfinger - 4:15 PM

 

Saturday, April 26th & Sunday, April 27th

The Pink Panther - 2:00 PM

Bananas - 4:15 PM

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FROM DALLAS,TEXAS...

 

The UA 90th Anniversary Film Festival, which celebrates the anniversary of the studio created by the likes of Mary Pickford, Charlie Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks and D.W. Griffith. The latter's actually a month-long celebration to be held at the :Inwood Theatre", beginning April 4 and running through April 26.

 

Here's the schedule for the fest, which marks the first time in forever most of these films have been screened on the big screen -- and note, they're one-day-only screenings, so you miss it, you missed it.

 

Midnight Cowboy screens April 4, followed the next day by Dr. No. On April 11.

 

The Inwood will screen: The Magnificent Seven, followed by the original Thomas Crown Affair on April 12. Raging Bull screens April 18, followed by Robert Wise's West Side Story the following day. Rounding out the event are Some Like it Hot on April 25, followed by closing-fest film: Annie Hall.

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From Portland, Oregon:

 

Laurelhurst Theater

2735 E Burnside St

Portland, OR 97214

(503) 232-5511

 

UA 90th Anniversary Film Festival Mar 14-May 22nd at The Laurelhurst Theater Pub Beer, Pizza and $3 admission!!

 

United Artists & Laurelhurst Theater Presents ten classis films

 

Here is a chance to see some great film clasics on the big screen for $3.00

 

_______________________

 

***West Side Story 3/4-3/20

 

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***Judgement At Nuremburg 3/21-3/27

 

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***The Manchurian Candidate 3/28-4/3

________________________

 

***The Great Escape 4/4-4/10

______________________

 

***The Good, The Bad and The Ugly 4/11-4/17

______________________

 

***The Magnificent Seven 4/18-4/24

______________________

 

***The Raging Bull 4/25-5/1

_______________________

 

***Some Like It Hot 5/2-5/8

______________________

 

***The Apartment 5/9-5/15

________________________

 

***In The Heat Of The Night 5/16-5/22

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Siff Cinema

321 Mercer St

Seattle, WA 98109

(206) 448-2186

 

Friday, April 30

The Thomas Crown Affair 7:30pm

 

Saturday, May 1

The Great Escape 7:30pm

 

Tuesday, May 6

Marty 7:00pm

In the Heat of the Night 9:00pm

 

Wednesday, May 7

The Night of the Hunter 8:00pm

 

Friday, May 9

Annie Hall 7:00pm

Manhattan 9:00pm

 

Saturday, May 10

West Side Story 2:00pm

West Side Story 8:00pm

 

Sunday, May 11

Some Like It Hot 2:15pm

The Apartment 7:30pm

 

Monday, May 12

Judgment at Nuremberg 7:00pm

 

Tuesday, May 13

The Last Waltz 7:30pm

 

Wednesday, May 14

The Magnificent Seven 8:00pm

 

Friday, May 16

Midnight Cowboy 8:00pm

 

Saturday, May 17

Raging Bull 2:00pm

Raging Bull 8:00pm

 

Sunday, May 18

Dr. No 2:00pm

Goldfinger 4:00pm

Dr. No 6:00pm

Goldfinger 8:00pm

 

Monday, May 19

The Manchurian Candidate 7:00pm

 

Tuesday, May 20

Last Tango in Paris 7:00pm

 

Wednesday, March 21

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly 4:00pm

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This is for you Kim!

 

 

Siff Cinema

321 Mercer St

Seattle, WA 98109

(206) 448-2186

 

Friday, April 30

The Thomas Crown Affair 7:30pm

 

Saturday, May 1

The Great Escape 7:30pm

 

Tuesday, May 6

Marty 7:00pm

In the Heat of the Night 9:00pm

 

Wednesday, May 7

The Night of the Hunter 8:00pm

 

Friday, May 9

Annie Hall 7:00pm

Manhattan 9:00pm

 

Saturday, May 10

West Side Story 2:00pm

West Side Story 8:00pm

 

Sunday, May 11

Some Like It Hot 2:15pm

The Apartment 7:30pm

 

Monday, May 12

Judgment at Nuremberg 7:00pm

 

Tuesday, May 13

The Last Waltz 7:30pm

 

Wednesday, May 14

The Magnificent Seven 8:00pm

 

Friday, May 16

Midnight Cowboy 8:00pm

 

Saturday, May 17

Raging Bull 2:00pm

Raging Bull 8:00pm

 

Sunday, May 18

Dr. No 2:00pm

Goldfinger 4:00pm

Dr. No 6:00pm

Goldfinger 8:00pm

 

Monday, May 19

The Manchurian Candidate 7:00pm

 

Tuesday, May 20

Last Tango in Paris 7:00pm

 

Wednesday, March 21

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly 4:00pm

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Sunrise Stadium 15

Las Olas Riverfront

300 SW First Ave.

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301 954-761-9400

954-761-9400

 

In honor of the 90th anniversary of United Artists, the Sunrise Las Olas movie theater will be featuring UA classics each week from April 22 to May 15. The schedule is as follows:

 

April 22 - "Annie Hall"

April 23 - "The Apartment"

April 24 - "West Side Story"

 

April 29 - "Some Like It Hot"

April 30 - "Raging Bull"

May 1 - "Rocky"

 

May 6 - "The Magnificent Seven"

May 7 - "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly"

May 8 - "Midnight Cowboy"

 

May 13 - "The Great Escape"

May 14 - "Dr. No"

May 15 - "The Manchurian Candidate"

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Music Box Theatre

3733 N Southport Ave

Chicago, IL 60613

(773) 871-6604

 

Uited Artists 90th Anniversary

 

Bananas

Raging Bull

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

West Side Story

Some Like It Hot | Monday, April 7, 5:00

Kiss Me Deadly | Monday, April 7, 9:40

The Manchurian Candidate | Tuesday, April 8, 4:30

The Killing | Tuesday, April 8, 9:40

Night of the Hunter | Wednesday, April 9, 5:00 & 9:40

Network | Thursday, April 10, 4:30

Midnight Cowboy | Thursday, April 10, 9:40

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Cleveland, Ohio

Shaker Square Cinemas

LOCATION:

3116 Shaker Square (SW quadrant)

PHONE (440) 564-2032

 

 

Shaker Square Cinemas will be showing eight classic films from the United Artists library throughout the month of April. Admission to each single film will be $5 or $8 for each double feature. This is a rare chance to see these great films on the big screen. Don't miss out!

 

Saturday, April 5th & Sunday April 6th

Some Like it Hot - 2:00 PM

The Apartment - 4:15 PM

 

Saturday, April 12th & Sunday, April 13th

In the Heat of the Night - 2:00 PM

Night of the Hunter - 4:15 PM

 

Saturday, April 19th & Sunday, April 20th

Dr. No - 2:00 PM

Goldfinger - 4:15 PM

 

Saturday, April 26th & Sunday, April 27th

The Pink Panther - 2:00 PM

Bananas - 4:15 PM

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United Artists 90th Anniversary Festival Tickets & Prize Package Giveaway!

 

In honor of United Artist's 90th Anniversary, TheCinemaSource.com is giving away a boatload of prizes!

 

1 Grand Prize winner will win:

 

A pair of passes, good for any screening during the United Artists 90th-Anniversary Film Festival, running five weeks at Film Forum March 28th ? May 1st showing over 50 films including Manhattan, Raging Bull, Midnight Cowboy, Goldfinger, Some Like It Hot, and many more.

A United Artists DVD prize package of 20 classic UA films on DVD including Rocky, Raging Bull, Rain Man, Midnight Cowboy, and many more.

 

...And 5 First Prize winners will win the DVD prize package!

 

To enter, all you have to do is send us an e-mail at ZakSantucci@TheCinemaSource.com, with "United Artists Contest" in the subject line, answering this question:

 

What's your favorite United Artists-produced film of all time, and WHY?

 

Here are the 20 films at stake to get you thinking:

 

The Apartment (Collector's Edition)

The Battle of Britain (Collector's Edition)

A Bridge Too Far (Collector's Edition, 2 discs)

Carrie: 25th Anniversary (Special Edition)

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Special Edition, 2 discs)

Die Another Day P/S (Special Edition)

Fiddler on the Roof (Decade's Collection)

Fistful of Dollars (Collector's Edition)

For A Few Dollars More (Collector's Edition)

Get Shorty (Collector's Edition, 2 discs)

The Great Escape(Special Edition, 2 discs)

In the Heat of the Night (40th Anniversary Edition)

Invasion of Body Snatchers (Collector's Edition)

Judgment At Nuremberg (Special Edition)

New York, New York (30th Anniversary Edition)

Raging Bull (Collector's Edition, 2 discs)

Rain Man (Special Edition)

Rocky (Collector's Edition)

Some Like It Hot (Collector's Edition)

West Side Story (Special Edition, 2 discs)

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UA 90th Anniversary Film Festival Mar 14-May 22nd at The Laurelhurst Theater Pub Beer, Pizza and $3 admission!!

 

United Artists & Laurelhurst Theater Presents ten classis films

 

. Here is a chance to see some great film clasics on the big screen for $3

 

_______________________

 

***West Side Story 3/4-3/20

--------------------------------

 

***Judgement At Nuremburg 3/21-3/27

-------------------------------

 

***The Manchurian Candidate 3/28-4/3

________________________

 

***The Great Escape 4/4-4/10

______________________

 

***The Good, The Bad and The Ugly 4/11-4/17

______________________

 

***The Magnificent Seven 4/18-4/24

______________________

 

***The Raging Bull 4/25-5/1

_______________________

 

***Some Like It Hot 5/2-5/8

______________________

 

***The Apartment 5/9-5/15

________________________

 

***In The Heat Of The Night 5/16-5/22

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United Artists film festival flocks into Birmingham 8 movie theatre

 

United Artists has brought laughter, tears and enjoyment into our lives time and time again, and in honor of its 90th anniversary, United Artists is having a one-time film festival in cities around the country.

 

The festival will showcase some of UA's classic titles, including cinematic masterpiece "Raging Bull," the first James Bond film "Dr. No," the provocative "Midnight Cowboy," and Woody Allen's classic "Annie Hall." Other titles to be featured are "Goldfinger," "From Russia With Love," "Westide Hall" and "Coming Home." United Artists was formed by artists, for artists, to enable creative minds to make the kind of movies they wanted to make and the kind we, the audience, want to watch.

 

UA's 90 years of artistic excellence have brought other renowned titles to the silver screen like "Rainman," "Rocky," "In The Heat of The Night" and countless others.

 

"From its founding 90 years ago by four of the most gifted artists of their time, United Artists recognized the power of movies and created a studio where filmmakers could see their visions realized," Tom Cruise, co-owner of United Artists, said in a release. "The films included in this festival are just a small sample of UA's illustrious history."

 

The festival will be at the Birmingham 8 movie theater over four days, starting March 31 and ending April 3. The showcased files were selected to give attendees a small taste of the United Artists experience. Paula Wagner, Chief Executive Officer of United Artists, said that the event is a significant one for the group.

 

"Tom and I are very proud to present, along with the American Film Institute, the United Artists 90th Anniversary Film Festival," Wagner said in a release. "It's both an honor and a pleasure to pay tribute to the talent, inspiration, and craft reflected in the nearly 1,000 films that comprise the UA library. These movies shaped the way we see cinema today, and it is our goal to live up to the rich legacy of UA by creating an artist-friendly environment where filmmakers can thrive."

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Shaker Square Cinemas, located at 13116 Shaker Square, Cleveland, OH 44120, will be participating in the first ever traveling United Artist Film Festival presenting eight films shown from 35mm prints from the United Artists? library throughout the month of April as part of a global salute to one of the most historically important film studios. This is a rare chance to see these classic films on the big screen as they were intended.

 

The films in the Shaker Square series are paired as themed double-features and will play on each Saturday and Sunday in April 2008. Tickets for individual films will be $5.00.

Tickets for double-features will be $8.00!

 

April 5th & 6th ? The Apartment & Some Like it Hot (Billy Wilder films starring Jack Lemmon)

 

April 12th and 13th ? Night of the Hunter & In the Heat of the Night (classic suspense)

 

April 19th and 20th ? Dr. No & Goldfinger (Double 007)

 

April 26th and 27th ? Bananas & The Pink Panther (classic funny men)

 

www.clevelandcinemas.com

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The United Artists 90th Anniversary Film Festival

 

Castro Theatre

429 Castro (at Market)

San Francisco, CA 94114

415-621-6120

 

Date/Time: Daily from Thu., April 3 until Sun., May 4

Price: $6-$9

 

On a February day in 1919, four ****-off heavyweights of the silent era signed a pact. Although the movie industry was still young, businessmen had already figured out how to assert themselves over the talent. The studio heads controlled budgets and distribution, and increasingly wielded creative power. So Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, and D.W. Griffith, determined to reclaim their autonomy, formed United Artists. But the company stumbled out of the gate, went through a couple of mutations, and scored little success until the early 1950s. United Artists thrived for the next three decades, attracting established directors and stars who craved control and chafed under the studio system. The quintessential U.A. figure, Woody Allen, kicks off a 33-title retrospective tonight with mid-1970s touchstones Annie Hall and Love and Death. The series offers a cornucopia of classics worth savoring, especially when one considers the company's subsequent history. The 1980 epic Heaven's Gate ran so far over budget and bombed so extravagantly that U.A.'s corporate parent (Transamerica, the power of the pyramid) pulled the plug. In 2006, the studio was brought back to life Frankenstein-style, with that paragon of cinematic art Tom Cruise and his partner Paula Wagner at the helm. Is U.A. on the verge of another golden age? Sure, and Mary Pickford is planning a comeback.

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United Artists 90th Anniversary Festival Tickets & Prize Package Giveaway!

 

In honor of United Artist's 90th Anniversary, TheCinemaSource.com is giving away a boatload of prizes!

 

1 Grand Prize winner will win:

 

A pair of passes, good for any screening during the United Artists 90th-Anniversary Film Festival, running five weeks at Film Forum March 28th ? May 1st showing over 50 films including Manhattan, Raging Bull, Midnight Cowboy, Goldfinger, Some Like It Hot, and many more.

A United Artists DVD prize package of 20 classic UA films on DVD including Rocky, Raging Bull, Rain Man, Midnight Cowboy, and many more.

 

...And 5 First Prize winners will win the DVD prize package!

 

To enter, all you have to do is send us an e-mail at ZakSantucci@TheCinemaSource.com, with "United Artists Contest" in the subject line, answering this question:

 

What's your favorite United Artists-produced film of all time, and WHY?

 

Here are the 20 films at stake to get you thinking:

 

The Apartment (Collector's Edition)

The Battle of Britain (Collector's Edition)

A Bridge Too Far (Collector's Edition, 2 discs)

Carrie: 25th Anniversary (Special Edition)

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Special Edition, 2 discs)

Die Another Day P/S (Special Edition)

Fiddler on the Roof (Decade's Collection)

Fistful of Dollars (Collector's Edition)

For A Few Dollars More (Collector's Edition)

Get Shorty (Collector's Edition, 2 discs)

The Great Escape(Special Edition, 2 discs)

In the Heat of the Night (40th Anniversary Edition)

Invasion of Body Snatchers (Collector's Edition)

Judgment At Nuremberg (Special Edition)

New York, New York (30th Anniversary Edition)

Raging Bull (Collector's Edition, 2 discs)

Rain Man (Special Edition)

Rocky (Collector's Edition)

Some Like It Hot (Collector's Edition)

West Side Story (Special Edition, 2 discs)

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