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Pencil This In: 'Eagleheart' Screening with Chris Elliott, Paul Mazursky Retrospective and a Herb Ritts Photo Exhibition

Chris Elliott stars as Marshal Chris Monsanto in Adult Swim's 'Eagleheart.' (Photo: Darren Michaels/ [Adult Swim])
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We found quite a few photography and film events happening around town tonight: Adult Swim's 'Eagleheart' screens at Cinefamily with star Chris Elliott and hosted by Aziz Ansari; the Getty opens two photo exhibitions on celebrity and a film series on Fred Zinnemann; and a Paul Mazursky Retrospective at the Skirball. Read on for all the details.

To celebrate the second season of Adult Swim’s Eagleheart, Cinefamily hosts a special screening of never-before-seen episodes and outtakes of the comedy. Star Chris Elliott and other cast and creators will be in attendance, followed by an audience Q&A. The evening’s show will be hosted by Aziz Ansari. Tickets: $12/free for members. 10:15 pm.

The Skiball presents Through a Glass Brightly: A Paul Mazursky Retrospective with a screening tonight of Blume in Love (1973). George Segal stars as a lawyer who wrecks his marriage and might mess up the divorce by figuring out that he’s in love with his ex. The film also features Susan Anspach, Kris Kristoifferson, Marsha Mason and Shelly Winters. After tonight’s screening, Segal and Mazursky will discuss the film in person and take questions from the audience. 8 pm. Tickets: $6 General; $5 Skirball members and full-time students.

The Tuesday Night Project starts up its Tuesday Night Cafe/open mic spring season tonight in Little Tokyo at 7:30 pm. The project is a chance for Asian American and Pacific Islander artists to showcase new work. Tonight’s scheduled performers include Little Tokyo Comedy feat. Jenny Yang, Andrew Figueroa Chiang, Connie Lim , DJ Waxstyles and more. Open mic sign-ups at 6:45 pm. In the Aratani Courtyard.

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The Getty Center opens two photo exhibitions today. Portraits of Renown: Photography and the Cult of Celebrity is pulled exclusively from the J. Paul Getty Museum's collection of photographs to examine the “visual strategies used by photographers to picture the famous from the 1840s to the year 2000.” The second exhibition, Herb Ritts: L.A. Style, shows how Ritts revolutionized fashion photography and turned celebrities into icons often using LA as subject matter. Both photo shows remain on view through Aug. 26.

Tuesdays in April, The Getty also presents the film series Fred Zinnemann: Cinema of Resistance to celebrate the director’s career and the 60-year anniversary of his most famous film High Noon. Tonight at 7 pm, there’s a screening of The Seventh Cross (1944), an adaptation of Anna Seghers’s novel about a former German communist’s escape from a concentration camp in prewar Nazi Germany with Spencer Tracy and Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy in supporting roles. A conversation with Zinnemann scholars follows the screening. Admission is free but reservations are required.

*Pencil pick of the day

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