Latest ‘CBS Film’ brings laughs with ‘Let Yourself Go’
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Latest ‘CBS Film’ brings laughs with ‘Let Yourself Go’

Despite its reviews and subtitles, movie goers at Congregation Beth Shalom admired the screening of “Let Yourself Go,” the subsequent film in the synagogue’s CBS Film Series, on Sunday. “It…

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CalArts alum looks forward to ‘Gone Are The Days’ California debut Saturday (VIDEO)

A  Santa Clarita resident and CalArts alum is showing his first full-length feature film this weekend at the Beverly Hills Laemmle theater. “Gone Are The Days,” which is the silver…

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‘Evening With Greg Laemmle’ offers Santa Clarita unique insight on films, film history, industry
Greg Laemmle, president of Laemmle Theatres, is hosting , “An Evening with Greg Laemmle,” on Thursday, February 22, from 7-9 p.m. at The MAIN, located at 24266 Main Street in Old Town Newhall. (Courtesy photo)

‘Evening With Greg Laemmle’ offers Santa Clarita unique insight on films, film history, industry

A city of Santa Clarita workshop series is inviting Greg Laemmle, president of the movie theater chain that bears his last name, to a discussion of movies and the movie…

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Fire alarm empties movie theaters, prompts crowd control concern
Deputies with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station respond to call for crowd control at movie theater. photo by Jason Schaff, The Signal.

Fire alarm empties movie theaters, prompts crowd control concern

The new year got off to a disappointing start Monday for about 500 movie patrons who chose to start 2018 off with a show, and were then forced from their…

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Griffin Loch, 13, aims to make his mark in the film industry
Griffin Loch, 13, operates a camera on one of his short film shoots. Santa Clarita's Film Office announced another year of growth Wednesday. Courtesy of Griffin Loch

Griffin Loch, 13, aims to make his mark in the film industry

At 13 years old, Griffin Loch could already be considered a pro in the movie business. The seventh grade SCVi student began making short films in 2008, at 5 years…

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