Welcome to the LVCA
Here is a mine of information about the Hugh Stouppe Memorial Library’s DVDs, monthly new DVD releases, DVD reviews and recommendations, foreign film holdings, silent film holdings, Christmas film holdings, film reference books, film polls and surveys, DVD film reviews and recommended DVD film scores. You can learn how to apply for membership in the Ligonier Valley Cinema Association (LVCA). Or visit our ABOUT US page to read how we operate. Investigate the film holdings of the Hugh Stouppe Memorial Library in the Heritage United Methodist Church of Ligonier, Pennsylvania. Want to know if a DVD is available in the Ligonier Valley Library? Use the link to the Westmoreland Library Network to find out. And you can always make suggestions about films or complete a film survey and e-mail the finished document to firstname.lastname@example.org . If you would like to donate a DVD to the Ligonier Valley Cinema Association, just press the Donations Policy button. So have a look around the website, explore and enjoy.
Do you have a question about films that has been bugging you? Or a suggestion for a future poll? Perhaps you would like to share the title of a film that greatly impressed you. If any of these is the case, please send Kino Ken an e-mail so the LVCA is apprised of it. Use the e-address above, please.
Watch our web site the next two weeks for Kino Ken’s reviews of films screened at the Regent Square Theater as part of the 2013 Three Rivers Film Festival. And mark your 2014 calendars to keep space open on November weekends for the Three Rivers Film Festival, as the Ligonier Valley Cinema Association will be sponsoring trips to Pittsburgh area venues for screenings then. Or join Kino Ken for a day of film and food on Saturday, November 23, 2013 (3 spaces available) in the Regent Square neighborhood, where Buster Keaton’s THE GENERAL and Victor Sjostrom’s HE WHO GETS SLAPPED, starring Lon Chaney, will be screened with live orchestral accompaniment by The Alloy Orchestra. Take in two silent masterworks in one day! With scrumptious food as well in a neighborhood restaurant. Tickets for THE GENERAL are $9.00 + $1.75 service fee through SHOWCLIX.com up until two hours before the 4:00 P.M. showtime or $10.00 at the Regent Square Theater box office a half-hour before showtime. This is a family matinee showing, with tickets for children under 12 priced at $5.00 each at the box office. Tickets for HE WHO GETS SLAPPED, screening at 8:00 P.M., are $15.00 each, plus $1.75 service fee through SHOWCLIX.com up until two hours before showtime, or remaining tickets $15.00 each at the box office. The $15.00 admission charge covers entry to an outdoor reception with refreshments. HE WHO GETS SLAPPED is the official Closing Night Film of the 2013 Three Rivers Film Festival.
Special Deal: A Six-Pack Pass can be purchased at any of the box offices at the four participating festival venues: Harris Theater, 809 Liberty Avenue, Cultural District, Downtown Pittsburgh
Melwood Screening Room, 477 Melwood Avenue, Oakland
Regent Square Theater, 1035 S. Braddock Avenue, Edgewood
Waterworks Cinemas, 930 Freeport Road, Fox Chapel / Aspinwall
The pass costs $50.00 with no additional processing fee and gains the purchaser admission into six festival films of his / her choosing.
For more information about the festival itself, or tickets, visit www.3rff on the web.
If you are interested in transportation to the Regent Square Saturday showings of silents, contact Kino Ken (Ken Orme) via email@example.com or phone (724) 238-2585 and leave a message on the answering machine.
The Three Rivers Film Festival offers superior programming choices and is chiefly supported this year by Dollar Bank and Pittsburgh Filmmakers. You can find Ken's film festival reviews in the news section of our web page. Thank You
Explore and enjoy! I hope to get your e-mail soon. And don’t forget to visit us again.
LVCA TRANSGLOBAL SOCCER TOURNAMENT OF FILMS
44 FILMS REPRESENTING 44 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES / REGIONS
COMPETING TO EARN THE TITLE OF THE WORLD’S MOST UNIVERSALLY APPEALING FILM
Animations, documentaries, narrative comedies and dramas, a musical, a silent film, English-language films, foreign-language films, children’s films, family films and short films are all contenders. Some are available on dvd. Others are accessible via the Internet. Evaluate your preference(s) using the LVCA forms at www.ligoniervalleycinemaassociation.net or paper forms available from the “LVCA mailbox” outside the doorway of the Hugh Stouppe Memorial Library of the Heritage United Methodist Church of Ligonier, Pennsylvania. The points on the evaluation forms count as goals. Without them, no film can advance to the second round.
Don’t let your favorite be eliminated in the first round. All dvd films can be borrowed from the Hugh Stouppe Memorial Library. Come visit us and join the fun!