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August 13   -   ArtsJournal: music

How Watching Movies Outside In A Cemetery Became A Los Angeles Summer Thing

The whole thing started with a film club in 2002. But then, "Cinespia has sold out each of its screenings, with thousands of attendees per its 25 screenings a season over the last several years. 'The experience of watching a classic film with 4,000 people heightens the experience, it’s something you cannot get in front of your computer at home alone.'"

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