DTLA – The details for one of Downtown Los Angeles’ most popular summer series have been revealed.
Last week, preservationist organization the Los Angeles Conservancy announced the lineup for the 2018 Last Remaining Seats, which screens classic films in historic Broadway movie palaces. Altogether six films will be shown in Downtown (with one more in San Gabriel), starting with Jimmy Stewart in Mr. Smith Goes to Washington on June 2 at the State Theatre. Additional highlights include Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds at the Los Angeles Theatre on June 16, and the final Downtown showing, Buster Keaton’s silent 1928 comedy Steamboat Bill, Jr., on June 20 at the Orpheum. Also on the roster is Kiss of the Spider Woman at the Million Dollar Theatre (June 9), In the Heat of the Night at the Theatre at Ace Hotel (June 13) and Who Framed Roger Rabbit? at the Los Angeles Theatre (June 16). Tickets are $18 for Conservancy members and $22 for the general public, and many screenings sell out. Tickets and additional information are at laconservancy.org.