June 28 - 30 at the Trylon
Maya Montañez Smukler, manager of the UCLA Film & Television Archive’s Research and Study Center, authored 2018’s Liberating Hollywood: Women Directors and the Feminist Reform of 1970s American Cinema, which sheds vital light on the oft-overlooked women writers and directors who were part of the 1970s New Hollywood movement. UCLA Film & Television Archive film programmer K. J. Relth recently presented a series highlighting some of their films. Relth and Montañez Smukler will be on hand to introduce the 7 p.m. shows on Friday and Saturday and the 3 p.m. show on Sunday. Montañez Smukler will be available for book signings before the film as well. Promotional support is provided by Moon Palace Books, which will have copies of Liberating Hollywood for sale in the lobby.
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Past Films in this Series
(1977, DCP, 101m) dir Joan Micklin Silver w/John Heard, Lindsay Crouse, Jeff Goldblum. The staff of a Boston alternative weekly must reassess their principles when a corporate buyout of the paper looms. Sadly overlooked when it was released, Between the Lines is a prescient and endearing film that deserves reevaluation as a standard-bearer of 1970s American cinema. FRI/SAT 7:00 SUN 3:00See More
(1978, 35mm, 86m) dir Claudia Weill w/Melanie Mayron, Anita Skinner, Christopher Guest. When her roommate and friend moves on to married life, Susan (Mayron) is left to grapple with adulthood alone. An unassuming but masterfully constructed film in the vein of Metropolitan and Ghost World. FRI/SAT 9:15 SUN 5:15See More