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Gone With The Film Festival
Last year's screenings were held at the Historic Fillmore Towne Theatre.
The theatre was constructed of reinforced brick in 1918 (sic). The single-screen
theatre was used to show silent movies and the stage area was used for
vaudeville. Mary Pickford performed here.
Today, Fillmore exists as a very relaxed area with a small-town atmosphere
increasingly rare, located in California's beautiful Heritage Valley. It
has a classic "turn of the century" downtown architecture, one-screen
theatre, thriving historic train depot, -a much photographed city hall,
and many unique shops and businesses.
This year's festival will be held in yet another classic venue in closer
proximity to the heart of Hollywood.....
Barnsdall Gallery Theatre
The Barnsdall Gallery Theatre (BGT) is owned and operated by the City of
Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affair’s Community Arts Division. The
BGT is located at 4800 Hollywood Boulevard, atop Olive Hill in Hollywood
in the Barnsdall Art Park complex. The 11-acre park is also home to the
Municipal Art Gallery, a Junior Arts Center and the Hollyhock House designed
by the renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
The Park's History
Located at the crest of Olive Hill overlooking
the city of Los Angeles, Barnsdall Art Park had its beginning in the early
1900's when Aline Barnsdall came West with plans to develop a theatre company.
When Aline Barnsdall donated the Park and its Frank Lloyd Wright designed
structures to the City of Los Angeles in 1927, she wished to provide an
accessible arts center, incorporating and preserving the famous Hollyhock House
as a vital component. The spirit of Barnsdall's intention was to maintain an
active arts center for the community was assured longevity.
Things to see during your visit to the Film Festival located in Barnsdall
Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1920's
Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery
Houses art exhibits by local and
View of Hollywood Hills
This view of Hollywood only available at
This unique park, which offers breathtaking views of Los Angeles and the
Hollywood Sign, is also home to the Junior Arts
Center and the famous Hollyhock
House that was designed in the 1920's by the internationally acclaimed
architect Frank Lloyd Wright.