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Recent Events

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Recent Event: Los Angeles Italia Film Festival – February 3rd – March 1st

The Hollywood Reporter described the 9th edition of the Los Angeles Italia Film Festival as‘The last major film event before the Oscars,’ which wrapped up its last screening day on the evening of March 1st at the TCL Chinese Theatres in Hollywood, California.

The event – organized by the Istituto Capri nel Mondo, in collaboration with the Consulate General of Italy, the Italian Cultural Institute, and the Italian Trade Agency in Los Angeles – flaunted a red carpet

premiere of global celebrities that were in fact Oscars worthy. Italian and American actors, singers, producers, and directors flashed smiles and posed for the shouting paparazzi.

For more pictures from the event please check out our facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/TCLChineseTheatres/photos_albums

 

 

 


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Recent Event: MGM 90th Anniversary – Leo the Lion Paw Print Ceremony – January 22nd

The legendary Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) mascot Leo the Lion was immortalized with a paw print ceremony
at the world famous TCL Chinese Theatre to pay homage to the studio’s remarkable 90th anniversary and history.

Sylvester Stallone, creator and star of Rocky (1976), one of MGM’s most iconic and enduring characters, was on
hand to commemorate the special occasion, along with MGM Chairman and CEO, Gary Barber.

To watch the full ceremony, visit our video gallery at http://www.tclchinesetheatres.com/video-gallery/

 

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Recent Event: NYE 2014 Celebration with Goshfather&Jinco

We hoped you joined us in ringing in the New Years inside one of Hollywood’s most luxurious and timeless landmarks; the opulent Grauman’s Ballroom within the TCL Chinese 6 located at 6801 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood CA.  It was a night to remember!

AFI Fest

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Beijing Film Festival

A live stream from the Beijing Film Festival kickoff can be viewed at our video gallery.

Afrojack Imprint Ceremony & celebration gala

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IMAX 3D Hollywood Unveiling – The Wizard of Oz: An IMAX 3D Experience

After months of major revisions and countless hours of painstakingly delicate efforts to maintain the entire integrity of the many historic and iconic theatre elements, the world famous TCL Chinese Theatre proudly relaunched as the world’s largest IMAX theatre, nestled in the heart of Hollywood. As well as housing a massive 932 seats, our primary auditorium is home to one of the largest commercial screens on the continent.

The debut feature at our Hollywood IMAX theatre was a fittingly timeless American classic which actually originally premiered at our Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in 1939; The Wizard of OZ – re-envisioned in the full, vibrant splendor of IMAX 3D.

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TCL Chinese Theatres Renovates & Joins the IMAX family

We worked closely with the Historic Resources Group at every step to ensure that we did not alter a single historic aspect. We also received the support of Hollywood Heritage, Los Angeles Historic Theatre Foundation, and LA Conservancy for this project.

Sid Grauman will always be known as the world’s best showman. He set the trends for movie theatres around the world. In order to preserve the legacy of Sid Grauman and the iconic nature of the theatre, the facility and its use must be maintained as a viable presentation house for motion pictures, not a club or museum. Without new technology, the building risked becoming irrelevant to the movie industry and many movie-goers – a relic of the past without function in a city which thrives on the avant-garde. Economic viability depends on ongoing film presentations in addition to the preservation of historic character. Sid Grauman’s vision for this theatre was for it to be the best movie palace in the world, with a superior movie-viewing experience. We therefore feel strongly that we will best achieve one of our guiding objectives of honoring Sid Grauman’s legacy by intalling IMAX capabilities, thus ensuring that this historic landmark remains a leader in exhibition for generations to come. We think it is imperative to maintain the integrity of the building and to preserve its timeless, character-defining features.