We know that John Carpenter’s Halloween will see a nationwide release beginning October 25th with select showings through October 31st. It will be the widest distribution the film has seen since originally shocking audiences in 1978. But while some of those screenings will be Blu-ray and DCP, we know one place where you can see the film on 35MM. In LA. With John Carpenter in attendance. Where? The New Beverly, of course.
Ticket prices are steep, but it’s for a good cause. It’s playing as part of the first-ever Debra Hill Film Festival on Saturday, October 27 at 730PM. One of the most beloved and influential producers of her time, trailblazer Debra Hill was one of the first women to establish herself as a major feature film producer in the modern era. All proceeds benefit the foundation.
Mondo artist Ken Taylor has created two variations of a beautiful poster for the event. Head inside to check them out. You can pick up tickets here.
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