Why would anyone live in the film capital of the world and not be part of a film club?
No, we’re not talking about rewatching Ted with your college pals.
We’re talking about the kind of film club that gets you in the room with Parks & Rec star Nick Offerman as he presents the 1971 philosophical action classic Billy Jack.
Or the kind of club that gets you into the international premiere of legendary visual artist Takashi Murakami’s directorial debut, Jellyfish Eyes.
We know what you're thinking: You need to "know someone." You don't.
You just need to be a member of Film Independent or LACMA Film Club. Once you're in, that means no more competing with Someone's Assistant for tickets.
It also means catching members-only screenings. You'll be a VIP all night when you pair a Danny Boyle-themed dinner at the Ray's & Stark RED Pop-Up Series with tickets to a screening of his latest, Trance -- and a Q&A hosted by the man himself.
Just remember the first rule of film club: you're always allowed to talk about film club.
Film Independent at LACMA