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Geoff Boucher Launches Humans From Earth Screening Series & Podcast


Geoff Boucher, founder of the LA Times’ Hero Complex, kicks off a new monthly screening and stage-interview series at the American Cinematheque’s Egyptian Theater on May 2 : Humans from Earth.


Designed as a showcase for Comic-Con culture, the series opens with the cult classic “Slither” and an in-person Q&A with writer-director James Gunn (who’s currently in post-production on Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy”).


The series is just the first initiative from the open-ended partnership between Boucher’s new company and the Cinematheque. The Egyptian is also set to host tapings of the Humans from Earth podcast which will be recorded in front of a live audience. The first podcast on May 3 has a lineup of guests including the Russo brothers (“Captain America: The Winter Soldier”), Jon Favreau (“Iron Man”) and Gerard Way (former lead singer of My Chemical Romance and writer of the Eisner-winning comics series “Umbrella Academy”).

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The Thing Poster by Randy Ortiz

MONDO commissioned Randy Ortiz to create The Thing poster for a special CapeTown screening at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood last night. The screen print measures 24 x 36, has an edition size of 325 and cost $50.


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Hero Complex Film Festival 2013 Presents A Screening of The Mist & A Frank Darabount Q&A On May 11

On May 11th, writer-director Frank Darabont will be on hand for a Q&A after a screening of his 2007 Stephen King adaptation “The Mist,” the riveting tale of a strange storm that settles over a New England town and forever changes the fortunes of the people trapped in its midst.

Get The Hero Complex Film Festival tickets for $20 each before they’re gone, you can order them HERE.



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Film Legend Kurt Russell to Make Rare Appearance At Capetown Film Festival On May 3rd For Q&A & Exclusive Screening of Escape From New York

Escape From New York - Snake Plissken by Craig Drake

Entertainment Weekly today announced the coveted Friday night slot for the recently announced EW CapeTown Film Festival in Los Angeles. The inaugural film festival, in conjunction with American Cinematheque and sponsored by TNT’s Falling Skies, will bring a new print of John Carpenter’s 1981 futuristic sci-fi cult classic Escape from New York back to the big screen. In a rare on-stage appearance, Kurt Russell will join fans for a 40-minute Q&A with Entertainment Weekly senior writer Geoff Boucher to discuss his role as the gritty, one-eyed Snake Plissken; a role that helped change the course of his career. It also began a feature film partnership between Russell and Carpenter that lead to additional classic genre feature films that included The Thing (1982), Big Trouble in Little China (1986), and Escape from L.A. (1996).

Escape from New York will be one of the six days of programming and will be accompanied by a special free big-screen preview presentation of the season three premiere of Falling Skies, the TNT sci-fi series that stars Noah Wyle and Moon Bloodgood and traces the post-invasion struggles of humanity to fight against the invaders — and to fight against extinction. The Friday night program of the Falling Skies preview and Escape from New York screening will begin at 7 p.m with a brief intermission in between the two.

The EW CapeTown Festival will run from Tuesday, April 30th through Sunday, May 5th at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, CA.  The film fest will offer sci-fi, super-hero, and fantasy fans the opportunity to see their favorites on the big screen, and hear from the visionaries and biggest stars from the genre who have brought them to life.

The complete festival line-up with dates, times and ticket sales information will be announced on April 4th and tickets will go on sale April 8th.

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