Among the amazing British cars driving through the streets of Beverly Hills in the morning of the 28th April at 10:00am will of course be Mini’s, Land Rovers, Lotus’, Jaguars both new and vintage. The top of the range will be represented by Aston Martin’s
Vantage, DB11 and the DBS. Bentley’s Bentayga, Mulsanne, Flying Spur and GT/GTC. From McLaren we have 570 GT and Spider. The 600LT, 720S and the incredible brand new model, Senna. No British car rally would be the same without the Rolls Royce and we have the Dawn, the Wraith, the Cullinan and of course the Phantom. Having driven around Beverly Hills in the morning the cars will park at the end of Crescent and in the forecourt of the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts at 11:00am in order for the public to view them. This will be a wonderful chance to view some of these incredible million dollar cars. It is an event not to be missed.
The Body Politic | Thomas Houseago and James Gray: Male Bodies
Thursday, January 31, 2019, at 7 pm
At the GETTY CENTER - Museum Lecture Hall
Free | Advance ticket required
Los Angeles-based British sculptor Thomas Houseago's approach to the human form combines traditional and unconventional materials to create bulky figures rather than graceful classical poses. His large-scale works convey the power and vulnerability of the male body. Writer-director James Gray joins Houseago to discuss the creation of male figures and characters.
BritWeek is pleased to announce a continued partnership with the Getty Museum. This incredible red carpet evening will take place in conjunction with the newly reinstalled collection.
Please join us. Guests are invited to take in the breathtaking ocean view, iconic architecture, and classic art during Sunset and for the first time will be able to experience a new thought provoking exhibition, combining rare antiquities and contemporary art.
"Plato in Los Angeles" celebrates philosophy, the foundation of Western culture. Come experience the unveiling of new works by eleven of today's most significant artists, including Jeff Koons and Raymond Petitibon. This is a rare treat for art enthusiasts. Get your "think on" and join BritWeek and the Getty Villa where great minds think alike.
This event is via invitation only.
The centerpiece of Britweek, the Innovation Awards celebrate the very best of British and American creativity and entrepreneurial talent.
At a glittering awards ceremony at the magnificent Fairmont Hotel, we will crown the 2018 winners of this special prize, which recognises achievement on both sides of the Atlantic.
Who will follow in the footsteps of the likes of Simon Cowell, Sir Lucian Grainge and will.i.am?
Find out at the gala dinner which will tell the proud story of innovation and excellence and show what happens when the best and brightest from two great countries come together.
BritWeek presents a night of Shakespeare performed by some of the finest actors in Los Angeles and produced and directed by Louis Fantasia, co-Hosted by Ioan Gruffudd & Joely Fisher.
A Shakespeare Jubilee!, BritWeek's first co-presentation with The Wallis. Produced and directed by Louis Fantasia, and featuring a star-studded cast of 27 actors, A Shakespeare Jubilee! takes place Saturday, April 28, 2018 at 7:30pm in the Bram Goldsmith Theater at The Wallis.
The cast of British and Hollywood actors includes: Genevieve Allenbury, Eric Braeden, Jane Carr, Suzan Crowley, Karen David, Joely Fisher, Mira Furlan, Michele Greene, Ioan Gruffudd, Harry Hamlin, Lexie Helgerson, Isabella Hofmann, Finola Hughes, Lisa Locicero, Brian Lohmann (and Impro Theatre), Nigel Lythgoe, David Melville, Joe Spano, Joan Van Ark, Sabra Williams, Sherry Williams, Madeline Wu, Michael York, Oscar Zhang and more to be announced
It’s a rare to see not only seasoned veterans, but to compare American and British approaches to some of the most indelible passages in the English language.
NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA) celebrates BritWeek with independent cinema on April 28th with a selection of UK and local films.
Featured are two BAFTA-nominated filmmakers, the debut short film from Blake Harrison, the star of the BBC show The Inbetweeners and a short by best-selling author and YouTube star Will Darbyshire.
The night begins with UK feature film Let Me Go by Polly Steele, an intergenerational story about the unraveling of a family secret and its emotional impact on three mothers and three daughters.
Second is InFocus: BritWeek, a collection of short films from by UK filmmakers that include stories of love, family strife, foreboding and the search for human connection.
The night concludes with a narrative shorts program highlighting local Los Angeles talent and prominently features themes of finding, losing and letting go.
Tickets are only $5 for single film programs and $15 for all films with open bar.
This event will feature some of London’s and Los Angeles' most forward thinking and ground breaking artists, who have put their own artistic twist and trade mark style on the most iconic object in science fiction - The Stormtrooper helmet.
To coincide with the release of the highly anticipated Star Wars ‘The Last Jedi,’ this December, the forthcoming edition of Stormtrooper helmets promises to be the most cutting edge, so far, and welcomes a new breed of modern and popular artists. Confirmed artists making new helmets include: Legendary graffiti artist Risk, Father of stencil graffiti Blek le Rat, Goldie, Philip Colbert, Ben Eine, Chemical X, Reeps One, Lauren Baker, Kristjana S. Williams, James Mylne, Mr.Jago, Dan Baldwin, Carne Griffiths, Sharpie sponsored artist Emerson Barrett, and Robert Vargas who is currently painting the world’s largest mural by a single artist.
Hanging works include Jake and Dinos Chapman, Alison Jackson, D*Face, and Hayden Kays. Signed, limited edition prints available at the opening. May the art be with you…
Lupus Films invites you to attend one of the the following Los Angeles screenings of the film:
Thursday 30th November at 5:00pm
Wednesday 6th December at 5:00pm
Rodeo Screening Room
150 S Rodeo Dr, Suite 140
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Tuesday 12th December at 3:00pm
The Screening Room
Dick Clark Productions
2900 Olympic Blvd.
Santa Monica, CA 90404
RSVP for the above screenings to: email@example.com
The film will also be screening daily from 15th to 21st December:
12:30pm, 2:50pm, 5:10pm, 7:30pm, 9:45pm
11272 Santa Monica Blvd.
Santa Monica CA 90025
Admittance to the Nuart Theatre screenings is free for AMPAS and ASIFA membership cardholders.
Based on the 1998 book by the acclaimed British author and illustrator Raymond Briggs, this beautifully hand-drawn, animated feature film tells the true story of Raymond’s parents – Ethel and Ernest - two ordinary Londoners living through a period of extraordinary events and immense social change.
Heart-warming, humorous and bittersweet, the film follows the lives of lady’s maid Ethel and milkman Ernest. From the socially stratified 1920s to the moon landing of 1969, the film depicts, through Ethel and Ernest’s eyes, the most defining moments of the 20th Century: the darkness of the Great Depression, the build up to World War II, the trials of the war years, the euphoria of VE Day and the emergence of a generation from post war austerity to the cultural enlightenment of the 1960s.
The film features the voices of Academy Award Best Supporting Actor winner Jim Broadbent, Academy Award Best Actress nominee Brenda Blethyn and Olivier Award winner Luke Treadaway and introduces an original song written and performed by Sir Paul McCartney.
Anima Mundi - Best Feature Film
Anima Cordoba - Best Animated Feature Film
Bucheon International Film Festival – Best Animated Feature
Cartoons on the Bay - Best Animation and Best Score, Feature Film
Cinanima – Best Animated Feature Film and Audience Award
European Film Awards – Best Animated Feature Film
European Animation Award – Best Background and Character Design, Best Character Animation and Best Writing in a Feature Production
Annecy International Animated Film Festival - Best Animated Feature Film
Running time: 94 minutes