The L.A. Conservancy's 26th Annual Last Remaining Seats event begins next weekend, and good news: There are still some tickets left for most of the screenings.
Here's what's on tap:
Wednesday, May 30 - Paper Moon (1973)
Los Angeles Theatre (1931), 615 S. Broadway, Downtown L.A.
Introduced by director Peter Bogdanovich
Wednesday, June 6 - Tootsie (1982)
Orpheum Theatre (1926), 842 S. Broadway, Downtown L.A.
Former Los Angeles Times film critic Kevin Thomas interviews Geena Davis
Wednesday, June 13 - The Big Sleep (1946) [SOLD OUT]
Los Angeles Theatre
Introduced by Alan Rode, director of the Film Noir Foundation
Wednesday, June 20 - Cantinflas in Los tres mosqueteros (The Three Musketeers) (Mexico, 1942)
Million Dollar Theatre (1918), 307 S. Broadway, Downtown L.A.
co-presented with the Latin American Cinemateca of Los Angeles
Pre-show panel discussion moderated by Laura Isabel Serna, USC Professor of Film and Critical Studies
Wednesday, June 27 - Douglas Fairbanks in Robin Hood (1922)
Introduced by film critic Leonard Maltin; accompanied live by Robert Israel on the Mighty Wurlitzer organ On display in the Orpheum will be costumes from the 2012 Best Picture Oscar winner The Artist, which was filmed at the Orpheum and whose Oscar-winning Best Actor performance by Jean Dujardin was based on Fairbanks.
Saturday, June 30 - The Wizard of Oz (1939)
Saban Theatre (1930), 8440 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills
Matinee and evening screenings
Vintage costume show and vintage theatre stage curtains
Special guest Aljean Harmetz, author of The Making of The Wizard of Oz at matinee screening Last Remaining Seats makes its first-ever visit to the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, which opened as the Fox Wilshire in 1930 and has been beautifully renovated.
Advance tickets cost $20 ($16 for Conservancy members).