Start your Los Angeles area historic theatre explorations by heading to one of these major sections:
| Downtown | Hollywood | Westside | Westwood/Brentwood | Santa Monica | [more] L.A. Movie Palaces |
To see what's recently been added to the mix visit the Theatres in Movies site and the Los Angeles Theatres Facebook page.

Samuel Goldwyn Theatre

8949 Wilshire Blvd. Beverly Hills, CA 90211
| map


Opened: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences building opened in 1974. It's three blocks west of Robertson Blvd. Previously the organization had been headquartered at the Marquis Theatre on Melrose. The photo is one that appears on the AMPAS Goldwyn Theater page.

Phone: 310-247-3000  Website: www.oscars.org | events and exhibitions | Goldwyn Theater

Seating: 1,012

Screen size: 22' x 54'

Status: The Academy regularly offers screenings of classics and other special events. The theatre is plush and exceptionally well equipped for every standard film format.

Tickets to most events are inexpensive and can be ordered from the Academy's website. Buying tickets in advance is suggested as many events sell out. Free parking is available at 8920 Wilshire (enter off LaPeer) and at 9025 Wilshire (enter off Wetherly).



Here we're looking at the Goldwyn booth with three Norelco AAII 35/70MM projectors. It's a 5 machine booth with slots #1 and 5 sporting Kinoton FP-38EC-II 16/35 high speed electronic studio machines. See the AMPAS site's Goldwyn Theater page for a tab to click on for detailed tech information. 

The 1994 photo is by Thomas Hauerslev from his terrific site In70mm.com. It's on site's DP70s in California page. Mr. Hauerslev reports that the machines at the Goldwyn are customized with motorized bases that allow them to pan and tilt for alignment in any conceivable format.



Another view of the theatre from the AMPAS website.


The AMPAS building. Photo: Bill Counter - 2010



The view east on Wilshire. Photo: Google Maps - 2017

More Information: From Script To DVD's 70mm in Los Angeles section has a page on the Goldwyn Theater.

| back to topWestside theatres | Hollywood | Westwood and Brentwood | Santa Monica and Venice | Westside theatres: alphabetical list | Westside theatres: by street address | Los Angeles theatres - the main alphabetical list | theatre history resources | film and theatre tech resourceswelcome and site navigation guide |

No comments:

Post a Comment