Laguna Beach Art Museum is screening Sunset Boulevard on Film Night Thursday April 20 2017.
Laguna Art Museum Film Night is at 7:00pm.
Laguna Art Museum Film Night is a Laguna Beach Family Friendly Event.
Laguna Art Museum Curator Janet Blake introduces the 1950 classic film.
Sunset Boulevard (1950) is a classic film noir about “behind the scenes” Hollywood, self-deceit, spiritual and spatial emptiness, and the price of fame, greed, narcissism, and ambition.
The film was honored with eleven Academy Award nominations and was the recipient of three Oscars: Best Story and Screenplay, Best Black and White Art Direction/Set Decoration, and Best Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture.
Sunset Boulevard was among the first group of films selected for preservation by the Library of Congress in the National Film Registry, and is ranked twelve on the American Film Institute’s list of the 100 best American films of the 20th century.
This is a Laguna Art Museum Free Event with Paid Museum Admission. Advance tickets are recommended.
Please register at Laguna Art Museum or call 949.494.8971 x 203.
Laguna Art Museum is located at 307 Cliff Drive.
Laguna Art Museum Parking
All Day Public Parking:
There are 8 public parking lots in the City of Laguna Beach.
Prices : $10-15 all day with slight increases on weekends and holidays.
The City of Laguna Beach has ample metered parking on Laguna Canyon Road and within the city streets.
$2-3 per hour for a 3 hour maximum in the downtown area.
The meters accept most credit cards.
Parking is strictly enforced daily from 8:00am-9:00pm.