The Films of MICHAEL POWELL and EMERIC PRESSBURGER
The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943), 163 mins.
Considered by many to be the finest British film ever made, Powell and Pressburger’s Colonel Blimp is a stirring cinematic masterpiece like no other. An emotional and slyly satirical film about war, love, aging, and obsolescence, shot in glorious Technicolor. Read more
Collective social action movements have been a part of American life since the nation's earliest days whether spontaneous expressions of dissent or high-reaching attempts to change society. While protest movements are not an exclusively American phenomenon, our ability to express dissent has become a defining characteristic of our American identity, rights, and freedoms. Read more
Valley Vista: Art in the San Fernando Valley,
examines for the first time the unique contribution of the San Fernando Valley to Los Angeles’ art history. *Note-See full story for complete gallery hours. Read more