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LA 3/15: FLUX SPECIAL SCREENING: The White Stripes Under Great White Northern Lights

American Cinematheque and Flux present

The White Stripes Under
Great White Northern Lights

FLUX SPECIAL SCREENING: The White Stripes Under Great White Northern Lights

Screening Monday, March 15, 2010
American Cinematheque at the
Lloyd E. Rigler Egyptian Theatre

Please join American Cinematheque and Flux for the exclusive theatrical screening of Under Great White Northern Lights, director Emmett Malloy’s highly-anticipated new documentary about The White Stripes. The night will include a Q&A with the director, free posters and other fun surprises.

In the summer of 2007, The White Stripes embarked on a cross-country Canadian tour to accomplish their goal of performing in every province and territory across the expansive northern nation. The Emmett Malloy-directed documentary film, Under Great White Northern Lights, captured that incredible journey. On March 15th the Egyptian Theatre will host an exclusive Los Angeles theatrical screening allowing fans a peek into the touring lives of one of the world’s most enigmatic bands before its official DVD release on March 16th.

Having first premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in September 2009, Under Great White Northern Lights documents the band playing to crowds in towns of all sizes across the Great White North – from traditional venues to matinee gigs at unusual locations such as a bowling alley, a boat and even on a city bus – culminating in a momentous 10th Anniversary show at the historic Savoy Theatre in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia. A captivating mix of striking live footage and poignant off-stage moments, this visually stirring and emotive feature length film celebrates the band’s 10 year history, bringing the band full circle in their career to a place reminiscent of how they first started out; shows where no one knew who they were, and where they were left to make a first impression with their music.

Special Screening Monday, March 15, 2010 – Open to the Public
7:30PM – screening plus Q&A with director Emmett Malloy

Ticket Prices:
General Admission: $11
Student/Senior (with ID): $9
American Cinematheque Member: $7
Advance Tickets: www.fandango.com

American Cinematheque at the Lloyd E. Rigler Egyptian Theatre
6712 Hollywood Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA  90028
(east of Highland Avenue)

24-Hour Recorded Information:
Box opens 1 1/2 hours before the first show of the day or purchase tickets on line 24-hours a day at www.fandango.com

About American Cinematheque
Established in 1981, the American Cinematheque is a 501 C 3 non-profit viewer-supported film exhibition and cultural organization dedicated to the celebration of the Moving Picture in all of its forms. At the Egyptian Theatre, the Cinematheque presents daily film and video programming which ranges from the classics of American and international cinema to new independent films and digital work. Exhibition of rare works, special and rare prints, etc., combined with fascinating post-screening discussions with the filmmakers who created the work, are a Cinematheque tradition that keep audiences coming back for once-in-a-lifetime cinema experiences. The American Cinematheque renovated and reopened (on Dec. 4, 1998) the historic 1922 Hollywood Egyptian Theatre. This includes a state-of-the-art 616-seat theatre housed within Sid Grauman’s first grand movie palace on Hollywood Boulevard. The exotic courtyard is fully restored to its 1922 grandeur. The Egyptian was the home of the very first Hollywood movie premiere in 1922. In January 2005 the American Cinematheque expanded its programming to the 1940 Aero Theatre on Montana Avenue in Santa Monica. www.americancinematheque.com

About Flux
Flux is a global creative community that celebrates film, art, music, design and culture. Flux is renowned for their acclaimed festivals, CINEMA TUESDAYS film events and quarterly screening series at UCLA’s Hammer Museum. www.flux.net

FLUX Press and Media Inquiries
Angelique Groh | Charm School
T: 323-363-9338

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