INSTANT FILMS: Most movies take years and years to get from script to screen. What does a film look like that was made in 48 hours (or less)? Find out on Sunday, June 28th at Los Angeles Center Studios as a bevy of quickity-quick celluloid snippets show large.
"EAST OF EDEN": Cinespia goes James Dean with this 1955 film. Will the big-screen idol get the girl and win over daddy? Find out. Music and the night sky are promised. Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Saturday, June 27th.
B-MOVIES AND BAD SCIENCE: We've often pondered if a swamp thing or bleeping humanoid from Pluto could exist (our hunch leans yes). The Natural History Museum is looking into the matter, cheekily, on Sunday, June 28th.
JERRY LEWIS FEST AT SILENT MOVIE: Cinefamily's going with two Lewisian larks on Saturday night -- "Cinderfella" and "The Ladies' Man" -- and then on Sunday, June 28th, there's an afternoon shindig with Jerry Lewis clips, outtakes, rare footage, and barbecue.