14 classic movies and festivals in L. A. this week: ‘Magnolia, ‘ ‘Selena, ‘ ‘Casablanca’

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Look for a flick with our weekly curated list of classic movies, cult favorites, film festivals, etc ., streaming online or coming soon to a theater, drive-in, pop-up or rooftop near you.

“Bridesmaids”
10th-anniversary screenings of this R-rated 2011 comedy starring Maya Rudolph as a bride-to-be and Kristen Wiig as her BFF and maid of honor. With Rose Byrne, Melissa McCarthy, Wendi McLendon-Covey and Ellie Kemper.

Comprehend Events, various local movies building (see website). 3 plus 7 p. m. Sunday, June 6; 7 l. m. Wednesday-Thursday, June 9-10. $15; advance purchase required. fathomevents. apresentando

“Casablanca”
Humphrey Bogart plays the particular cynical nightclub owner David and Ingrid Bergman could be the woman who broke their heart in this Oscar-winning 1942 tale of romance and intrigue directed by Eileen Curtiz. With Paul Henreid, Claude Rains, Conrad Veidt, Sydney Greenstreet, Peter Lorre and Dooley Wilson. Offered in 35mm.

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The Hollywood Legion Theatre at Post 43, 2035 N. Highland Ave., Artist. 2 p. m. Weekend, June 6. $14-$20; move forward purchase required. hollywoodlegiontheater. com

“Dirty Dancing”
A shy teen (Jennifer Grey) hooks up with a hunky dancing instructor (Patrick Swayze) in a resort in the Catskills within 1963 in this tune-filled 1987 romance .

Hollywood Legion Theater Drive-in, 2035 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood. 8: 30 s. m. Thursday, June ten. $65 per vehicle progress purchase required. hollywoodlegiontheater. com

“Drive”
Ryan Gosling plays a Hollywood stunt driver who moonlights like a wheelman in director Nicolas Winding Refn‘s atmospheric 2011 homage to 1980s criminal offense thrillers. With Carey Mulligan, Bryan Cranston, Christina Hendricks, Ron Perlman, Oscar Isaac and Albert Brooks.

Rooftop Movie theater Club El Segundo, 1310 E Franklin Ave., car parking structure, El Segundo. ten: 30 p. m. Saturday, June 6. $19. 50-$26; ages 18 and old; advance purchase required. rooftopcinemaclub. com

“The Fifth Element”
Bruce Willis is the hero, Gary Oldman will be the villain, Chris Tucker will be the comic relief and Milla Jovovich is humanity’s final hope in Luc Besson’s eye-popping 1997 sci-fi/action tale .

Brain Lifeless Studios at the Silent Movie Theater, 611 N. Fairfax Ave., L. A. 8 l. m. Friday, June 4; 5 p. m. Sat, June 5. $12; progress purchase required. studios. wearebraindead. com

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“Fast Occasions at Ridgemont High”
The bevy of stars-to-be — including Sean Penn, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Phoebe Cates, Judge Reinhold, Nicolas Crate, Eric Stoltz, Forest Whitaker and Anthony Edwards — share the screen in this 1982 coming-of-age comedy authored by Cameron Crowe and aimed by Amy Heckerling.

Drive-In in the Roadium, the Roadium Open up Air Market, 2500 W. Redondo Beach Blvd., Torrance. 8 p. m. Sunday, June 5. $30 per car; tickets also on site. eventbrite. com

“Grease”
John Travolta may get chills from Olivia Newton-John, and they’re multiplying, with this hit 1978 musical love based on the Broadway show about two lovestruck teens in the 1950s. With Jeff Conaway and Stockard Channing.

Movies in Your Car at Seaside Cinema, Ventura County Fairgrounds, 10 Possess Blvd., Ventura. 7: 30 p. m. Saturday, Summer 5. $29 per car; advance purchase required. concertsinyourcar. com

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Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival
The 20th-anniversary edition of this showcase just for feature films, shorts, etc ., from the U. S. and round the world is a hybrid affair mixing in-person and on-line screenings and other programming.

In-person: TCL Chinese Theaters, 6925 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. Through Sunday, June 6. Numerous prices and showtimes through Sunday; advance purchase required. Schedules and info about on the web events at laliff. org

“Magnolia”
The lives of disparate characters intersect over the course of several days in director Paul Thomas Anderson’s enigmatic 99 fable emerge the San Fernando Area. Tom Cruise, Philip Baker Hall, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ricky Jay, William They would. Macy, Alfred Molina, Julianne Moore, John C. Reilly, Jason Robards and Melora Walters star. With songs by Aimee Mann.

Secret Movie Club/Million Dollar Theater, 307 S. Broadway, downtown D. A. 11 a. meters. Saturday, June 5. 20 dollars; advance purchase required. secretmovieclub. com

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“Ouanga”
Hell hath no fury like a lady scorned in a 2015 restoration of this B& W 1933 horror drama filmed inside Haiti and Jamaica and starring former stage actress Fredi Washington as a Black female plantation owner/voodoo priestess.

UCLA Film & Television Archive’s Virtual Screening Room. 4 p. m. Thursday, June 10; available on-demand through June 24. Free along with RSVP. cinema. ucla. edu

“The OutFronts”
Outfest presents this particular five-day digital event showcasing star-studded panel discussions discovering LGBTQ representation on TV shows including “RuPaul’s Drag Race, ” “The L Word: Generation Q” and “Star Trek: Discovery. ”

Various occasions, Friday, June 4, by means of Tuesday, June 8. Free of charge; donations accepted. Info plus schedules at theoutfronts. com

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“The Real Thing”
Acropolis Cinema screens Japanese auteur Kôji Fukada ’s 10-part 2020 made-for-TV romantic drama in regards to a toy salesman and the mystery woman who upends their mundane existence. Running time: 3 hours, 52 minutes, plus intermission. In Western with English subtitles.

Lumiere Music Hall, 9036 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills. 7: 30 p. m. Friday-Saturday, June 4-5; 2 s. m. Sunday, June 6. $15-$18. acropoliscinema. com

“Selena”
Jennifer Lopez provides star-making performance as the cherished but ill-fated Tejano singer in this 1997 bio-drama written and directed by Gregory Nava. Edward James Olmos, Constance Marie and Lupe Ontiveros also star.

Rooftop Cinema Club Presents the particular Drive-In at Santa Monica Airport, 3233 Donald Douglas Loop S., Santa Monica; $32 for two, $45 for 3 or more; ages 8 plus younger, free; advance purchase required. rooftopcinemaclub. com

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“Up”
A curmudgeonly senior citizen voiced by Ed Asner attaches thousands of balloons to his house and floats off seeking adventure in this animated 2009 tear-jerker from Pixar.

Rooftop Cinema Club El Segundo, 1310 E Franklin Ave., car parking structure, El Segundo. four: 30 p. m. Summer 5. $16-$25; ages eighteen and older; advance purchase required. rooftopcinemaclub. com

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