The New Beverly Cinema
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L.A.'s New Beverly Cinema

Moviegoers at the New Beverly Cinema wait in line for the Tim Burton double feature of “Pee-wee’s Big Adventure” and “Ed Wood.” The New Beverly Cinema is known for its daily screenings of 35mm films as opposed to digital formats.

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New Beverly Cinema manager Matt Dinan sells tickets to the double feature.

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A sign on the New Beverly Cinema ticket window warns against disruptive moviegoing.

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The concession stand at the New Beverly Cinema serves all the usual movie treats like popcorn, candy, soft drinks -- burgers, hot dogs and coffee too.

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New Beverly Cinema staffer Charlie Tarabour fills a bag of popcorn.

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The projection booth at the New Beverly Cinema.

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Projectionist Gariana Abeyta inspects a film reel at the New Beverly Cinema.

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Abeyta checks the reel during a 35-mm screening of “Pee-wee’s Big Adventure” at the New Beverly Cinema.

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Brian Quinn sits in the projection room surrounded by older movie reels at the New Beverly Cinema in 2007. He is a manager at the movie house.

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New Beverly Cinema archivist Aaron Martz inspects a film to make sure it’s not damaged and is ready for its next screening.

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Trailers, including for many Quentin Tarantino films,  inside the New Beverly Cinema’s projection booth.

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Matt Dinan, one of New Beverly Cinema’s managers, addresses the audience before the screening of “Pee-wee’s Big Adventure.”

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Cody Chavez, dressed as Pee-wee, came to the New Beverly Cinema from Orange County with his brother to see “Big Adventure.”

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A foreign movie poster for Quentin Tarantino’s “Death Proof” is displayed outside the New Beverly Cinema.

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Theater manager Matt Dinan changes the marquee at the New Beverly Cinema.

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Director Quentin Tarantino outside the New Beverly Cinema in 2007.

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