|From Roopanand Rick: The Paray Gallery, Photo Credit: Manga Market|
Established as a spinoff of the Filmex Los Angeles Film Festival that ran consecutively from 1971 to 1983, the American Cinematheque is a nonprofit, viewer-supported cultural group that is exclusively dedicated to the public showing of the moving picture in its various forms. The group presents the best of film and video, from film classics to the avant garde of the media.
|From Roopanand Rick: The Paray Gallery, Photo Credit: New Anime Thursday|
Roopanand Rick here is thrilled about the exposure that these Japanese films are getting. Because of the Cinematheque, Japanese studios will get to showcase their projects to a broader audience. They are given the opportunity to be seen and appreciated side by side with Western cinema classics such as Clint Eastwood’s The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly and other modern Western cinema pieces.
|From Roopanand Rick Paray, Photo Credit: TwitchFilm.com|
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