HOLLYWOOD FARMERS MARKETS
Sundays 8:30-1pm. Community meets on Ivar Avenue between Hollywood and
Sunset Blvds for fresh California-grown produce, weekly entertainment,
artisan and crafts fair, baked goods and ethnic foods. Free parking
off Vine St. just south of Hollywood Blvd.
Sat-Sun, 2 and 3:30pm. American Cinematheque’s 55 min. film celebrates
a century of movie-making history and Hollywood glamour. The Egyptian
FRIDAY ART WALK
Los Feliz art venues open on the first Friday of each month from 7pm
to 11pm. Participating galleries:La Luz de Jesus, Circle Elephant Art,
Eastside studios, Local, Bedlam Art, Orbetello Gallery and the Los Angeles
Municipal Art Gallery at Barnsdall Art Park. www.ceart.com/artwalk
July 10-21.Building bridges among audiences, filmmakers and the entertainment
industry, festival exhibits, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender
themed films and videos. Events will be held at The Ford Amphitheatre,
Directors Guild, and various other theatres.(213)480.7090
WALK OF FAME CEREMONIES
11:30am presented by Hollywood Chamber of Commerce.
July 15: Mace Newfield
Aug 7: The Osmond Family
Call (323)469-8311 for other dates and locations
July 18-27. The 7th Annual Latino International Film Festival presented
by Edward James Olmos at the Egyptian Theatre. (323) 469-9066 www.latinofilm.org
Aug 1-3. Festival of new work. Theatre West
THEATRE’S 30th BIRTHDAY PARTY
Aug 2. Celebrate the MET Theatre’s 30th birthday with a hoe-down and
chili cook-off. MET Theatre.
CHILDREN’S FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS
Aug 10. The Hollywood Arts Council host it’s 19th Annual Children’s
Festival of the Arts, a day filled with free art activities and
entertainment for the entire family. DeLongpre Park. FREE (323) 871-ARTS
YEARS OF HOLLYWOOD
Thru Aug 17. Rare and vintage photographs of major stars from Hollywood’s
first 100 years from the collection of award-winning photographer Delmar
Watson. Photos include Charles Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford,
Gregory Peck, Steve McQueen, Lucille Ball, Shirley Temple, Mickey Rooney,
Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, and John Wayne. Central Los Angeles
Public Library, 5th Flower Street. (213) 228-7500.
SUNSET JUNCTION STREET FAIR
Aug 23 24. Sunset Blvd between Fountain Ave. and Edgecliff in
Silverlake. Entertainment, food and family fun. (323) 661-7771.
“Hollywood Salutes the Troops” thru Sept 1. Explores Hollywood’s relationship
to American servicemen and women by focusing on the history of the USO
from World War II to Afghanistan, entertainment personalities who have
actually participated in combat, and Hollywood’s image in the movies
of the U.S. Military as a pillar of the democratic system.“Brains
Beauty: Hedy Lamarr and Cellular Communications” Sept 2- Dec 1. Art
Installations with video monitors, rare documents, photos from Lamarr’s
many films at MGM and patent applications.
LAKE FILM FESTIVAL
Sept 10-18. Non-mainstream and experimental film and video, as well
as traditional work, the festival also strives to showcase the work
of local filmmakers.(323) 993-7275.
September 12 - 21. Sabucat Productions will present the largest 3-D
tribute show ever mounted anywhere in history. The 10 day festival,
which celebrates the golden era of 3-D filmmaking, will include many
of the best known 3-D titles of the 1950’s. Egyptian Theatre.
ANNUAL ART IN THE PARK
September 24, 11am-5pm Art Springs in The Fall 2003 as Park LaBrea hosts
its free annual arts festival featuring art exhibits, performances,
live music and activities at the Creative Children’s World area.
A variety of the world’s cuisine will also be available. Park
LaBrea, 6200 West 3rd St., (323)549-558 www.artintheparkusa.com
September 19-21. Self-guided tour of the art galleries of Los Feliz,
Silver Lake, and Echo Park. Galleries open on the 19th, 6-10 pm, and
Sat. Sun., 12-6 pm. Free.
Sept. 19, 20 21 Fri. 7:30pm-midnight, 11am-11pm Sat Sun.
Celebration of Italian culture, art and food. Proceeds benefit
LAPD Children’s Support Group. Free. 1700 Block of N. Vine
St. (just north of The Palace). (323) 969-8688. www.feastofla.org
“Jazz on the Latin Side All-Stars”Sept 20. The Hollywood Arts Council
presents the 9th Annual Jazz Pilgrimage Concert at the Ford Amphitheatre.
This year the Council honors Poncho Sanchez. 8pm (See ad on page 35)
October 4-19 “L.A.’s premier festival for homegrown, cutting-edge theater
returns for a 16-day voyage of discovery, exploring new and innovative
sights and sounds from the Los Angeles theater community. In addition
to over fifty productions, EdgeFest will also present exciting free
events. (310) 281-7920.