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Old 02-07-03, 05:54 PM
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Does anyone know of a website that chronicles special theather engagements of films?

Or perhaps a forum that will list special events like this? I love getting the opportunity to see films get their proper projected presentation, but I haven't had much luck locating a centralized place to learn of screenings. For example, this organziation hosts semiannual horror screenings in South Jersey with orginal prints:

http://www.exhumedfilms.com/

And I was able to catch the recent big screen Kurosawa retrospective when it came through Philly, and this theater features many classic and special feature engagements(And their info is underneath films):

http://www.princemusictheater.org

And of course, NY has the Film forum(but I hate that screening room) at

http://www.filmforum.com

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What I"m really intrested in finding is stuff like 70mm presentations of Lawrence of Arabia or Patton. I'd be willing to travel unreasonable distances on the east coast to see this films in their brillance, but I don't know where to find them. Any help is appreciated.

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