Linwood Dunn Theater 1313 Vine St, Hollywood, CA90028 Named for Linwood Dunn, an early innovator of motion picture special effects, the theater is operated by The Academy of…More Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences and is in their Pickford Center for Motion Picture Study. The 286-seat theater hosts a variety of film events, including rare archival screenings, revivals and other related programs. It's also available to rent for special screenings and events. Details about renting theater and costs are available on the website.
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 1313 Vine St, Los Angeles, CA90028 The world famous Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is the home of the Academy Awards, also known as the…More Oscars. The building itself is a large monolithic structure with glass doors and a fountain. Palm trees and landscaping decorate the main entrance. The main lobby is round with two 15-foot Oscars guarding the Dunn Theater auditorium entrance. The Academy building was built in 1947 and was named after Mary Pickford, a silent film star and founding member. The Mary Pickford Center houses the Dunn Theater, the Academy Film Archive and the Science and Technology Council. The Academy building also houses a TV studio, where the Johnny Carson Show, Barney Miller and the Newlywed Game were shot.
TLC Booth Inc 6521 Homewood Ave, Los Angeles, CA90028 TLC Booth is located at the intersection of Homewood and Wilcox avenues in Hollywood. TLC Booth does casting for…More commercials, videos, films and PSAs. The building is a converted, single-family home, with lots of trees and green plants. TLC Booth has cast more than 5000 commercials. Its work has won several Clios and Emmys and garnered many other nominations. TLC Booth is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. For more information or to view the TLC Booth reel, visit the website.