Events & Appearances

May
9
Thu
Arthur Lyons Film Noir Festival – May 9-12, 2019 – Palm Springs @ Palm Springs Cultural Center
May 9 – May 12 all-day

Alan K. Rode will be producing and hosting the 20th year of this venerable world-class event.

Arthur Lyons Film Noir Festival
May 9-12, 2019
Palm Springs Cultural Center (Supple Theater)
2100 E Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs, CA 92262

More info: https://arthurlyonsfilmnoir.ning.com

. . . and still more info (keeping checking back for updates!).

illustrated logo of Palm Springs Cultural Center

Nov
11
Mon
All the Right Stuff: Vet’s Day Screening + Conversation with Director PHILIP KAUFMAN – Hollywood – 11 November 2019 @ The American Legion Hollywood Post 43 Theater
Nov 11 @ 7:00 pm – 10:45 pm
All the Right Stuff: Vet's Day Screening + Conversation with Director PHILIP KAUFMAN - Hollywood - 11 November 2019 @ The American Legion Hollywood Post 43 Theater

Director Philip Kaufman In Person!

ALL THE RIGHT STUFF: THE ARTISTRY OF PHILIP KAUFMAN

The American Cinematheque’s tribute to Philip Kaufman includes a special Veterans Day screening of THE RIGHT STUFF in 35mm at the American Legion Hollywood Post 43 Theater:

Monday, November 11 – 7:00 PM
Co-presented by the Hollywood American Legion Post 43
THE RIGHT STUFF, 1983, Warner Bros., 193 min. Dir. Philip Kaufman. Sam Shepard, Scott Glenn, Ed Harris, Barbara Hershey, Dennis Quaid, Fred Ward and Jeff Goldblum head the stellar ensemble cast of THE RIGHT STUFF, which is based on Tom Wolfe’s best-selling book chronicling the exciting early years of the United States’ race to conquer the final frontier, and the daredevil test pilots who ultimately became the first Americans in space. A pre-screening conversation with director Philip Kaufman begins at 7:00 PM, moderated by Alan Rode.

Special Ticket Prices: $20 General, $15 Cinematheque Members. $35 VIP tickets include a 6:15 PM meet and greet with director Philip Kaufman (including a drink and a reserved seat). No vouchers or refunds.

Venue Info

The American Legion Hollywood Post 43 Theater is located at 2035 N. Highland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90068. Post 43 is just South of the Hollywood Bowl on the West side of the street. Parking is available for $10 in the Legion lot (first come, first served) and free across Highland Avenue in the Hollywood Bowl lot.

More info and tickets here:

https://www.americancinemathequecalendar.com/content/all-the-right-stuff-the-artistry-of-philip-kaufman

Oct
15
Sun
Noir Television: Naked City – Billy Wilder Theater – October 15, 2023 @ Billy Wilder Theater, UCLA
Oct 15 @ 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Admission is free. No advance reservations. Your seat will be assigned to you when you pick up your ticket at the box office. Seats are assigned on a first come, first served basis. The box office opens one hour before the event. The Billy Wilder Theater is located inside the Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90024.Black and white still of three men in suits wearing fedora hats on street.

Two of the best episodes from the television series will be shown, with commentary and Q & A in between by Alan K. Rode and actor-writer Michael McGreevey.

Naked City: “The King of Venus Will Take Care of You”

5/30/1962

Veteran character actor Jack Warden (Twelve Angry Men) guest stars as a fugitive who takes refuge in a tenement rooftop hideaway belonging to a troubled child (Mike McGreevey). As police close in, the misfit pair confront each other and their individual life circumstances, which are untenable. The episode features a Nelson Riddle score, NYC location photography, and a tense, humanistic teleplay penned by blacklisted writer Arnold Manoff, credited here under his pseudonym “Joel Carpenter.”

DCP, b&w, 51 min. ABC. Production: Shelle Productions; Screen Gems Television. Executive Producer: Herbert B. Leonard. Director: David Lowell Rich. Writer: Arnold Manoff. With: Paul Burke, Horace McMahon, Harry Bellaver, Jack Warden, Michael McGreevey. Use of Naked City courtesy of AMC Networks.

Naked City: “A Horse Has a Big Head — Let Him Worry!”

11/21/1962

Actress diahann carroll in street scene of 1962 television show naked city.In groundbreaking casting, future superstar Diahann Carroll (Julia) guests as an earnest special education teacher searching for a sight-impaired student (John Megna) who, in defiant independence, wanders away on a field trip. The humanist episode, featuring extensive location photography of New York City streets, was directed by Academy Award winner Denis Sanders (Time Out of War) and penned by blacklisted writer Abram S. Ginnes.

DCP, b&w, 51 min. ABC. Production: Shelle Productions; Screen Gems Television. Executive Producer: Herbert B. Leonard. Director: Denis Sanders. Writer: Abram S. Ginnes. With: Paul Burke, Horace McMahon, Harry Bellaver, Diahann Carroll, John Megna, Nancy Malone. Use of Naked City courtesy of AMC Networks.

Plus:

Television Academy Foundation: Diahann Carroll — excerpt

1998

Beloved icon Diahann Carroll (Dynasty) discusses her Emmy-nominated performance on Naked City.

DCP, color, 8 min. Courtesy of the Television Academy Foundation Interviews. Special thanks to Jenni Matz.