Cinespia is Bringing a Winter Film Screening Series to Historic DTLA Theaters Starting Nov. 26

November 15, 2016 by Mallory Carra

Plenty of angelenos look forward to the annual summer screenings at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. But what many may not know about is that the event programmers behind Cinespia (the folks who put on the Hollywood Forever screenings) have a new roster of special film events just for the 2016 winter season, all taking place at some of DTLA’s most renowned venues.

Cinespia will be hosting special screenings throughout the (slightly) chillier months at historic theaters located around Downtown Los Angeles. The creepy and kooky ’90s cult film Adam’s Family Values will kick off the movie series, which begins on Nov. 26 at the Palace Theatre.

Cinespia Palace Theatre

A Cinespia screening at The Palace Theatre. Photo by Kelly Lee Barrett for Cinespia

General admission tickets cost $20, and premium seating is $45, which allows you to skip the ticket and photo booth lines, while also including one photo booth print.

Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the movie screens at 9 p.m.

The next planned screening for the series is the Stanley Kubrick classic The Shining, starring Jack Nicholson, to be shown on Dec. 17 at the Los Angeles Theatre.

The screening also doubles as Cinespia’s annual holiday party, which will include a full bar, DJs, live music, Shining-themed rooms, a free photobooth, and few extra surprises.

Dress code is elegant/formal attire, and a jacket and tie are required for men.

Doors open at 7 p.m. and the movie screens at 9 p.m.

Tickets for The Shining screening and party are priced at $24 for general admission and $60 for premium seating.

If you’d like tickets for either screening head over to Cinespia’s website to purchase.

And, of course, if any new screenings are added to the winter schedule we’ll be sure to update this post.