Samuel Goldwyn Theatre

 
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
   
8949 Wilshire Blvd.    | map

Beverly Hills, CA 90211
   

(310) 247-3000

Website:  www.oscars.orgevents and exhibitions

See the site's Goldwyn Theatre page for a tab to click on for tech info.

Opened: 1974

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).


    From Script To DVD    

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An exterior view of the AMPAS building
on Wilshire by William Kallay.




A fish eye view of the Goldwyn Theatre's auditorium.

For larger views of both photos go to the Goldwyn Theatre
page in the Photo Gallery section of this site's great
70mm in Los Angeles section.
      


     Oscars.org    

www.oscars.org


A stunning photo of the Goldwyn Theatre from the

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
website's Samuel Goldwyn Theatre page.

 
full size view

The Goldwyn Theatre page has
a tab to click on for tech info.

 

 

 

                                                                


The Academy of Motion Picture
Arts
and Sciences building.

photo: Bill Counter - 2010

[ click to enlarge ]



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     In 70MM    

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Here we're looking at the Goldwyn booth in 1994
with 3 Norelco DP70 35/70MM machines.
The photo is by Thomas Hauerslev. 

Mr. Hauerslev reports that they are customized with motorized
 bases that allow them to pan and tilt for alignment in any conceivable
  format. It's a photo on this site's
DP70s in California page.
full size view

It's a 5 machine booth with slots #1 and 5 sporting Kinoton
 
FP-38EC-II 16/35 high speed electronic studio machines.


Mr. Hauerslev's wonderful site is the place to visit
 for information about 70mm projector history, news
 of 70mm festivals and more.