The Fantastical Worlds of Tim Burton
May 27 - June 18
In conjunction with LACMA's exhibition, the Film Department will present a retrospective of Tim Burton's films, from days in Disney's animation department up to his latest blockbuster. A major commercial director whose work always bears the inedible stamp of his distinctive style—a potent mélange of dark whimsy, fairy tale form and wondrous design—Burton stands apart.
May 27 7:30 PM Edward Scissorhands
May 28 7:00 PM Ed Wood
June 37:30 PM Beetlejuice
June 3 9:15 PM Corpse Bride
June 4 5:00 PM Mars Attacks!
June 4 7:30 PM Pee-Wee's Big Adventure
June 7 1:00 PM Planet of the Apes
June 14 1:00 PM Big Fish
June 17 7:30 PM Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street
June 17 9:40 PM Sleepy Hollow
June 18 5:00 PM Batman
June 18 7:30 PM Batman Returns
June 21 1:00 PM Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
June 28 1:00 PM Alice in Wonderland
$10 general admission.
$7 museum members, seniors (62+), students with valid ID.
$5 second film only of a double-feature; no advance purchase.
$2 Tuesday matinees.
$1 Tuesday matinees, seniors (62+).
Where to Buy
Buy tickets at the museum box office (tel. 323 857-6010) or online. Many programs sell out so try to purchase in advance.
Programs Film [LACMA: Los Angeles County Museum of Art]
Ed Wood Introduction by Tim Burton!
Please note early start time.
Preceded by Vincent
Commissioned by Disney while Burton apprenticed in the studio's animation department, this expressionistic stop-motion short about a suburban boy with a macabre fascination for Vincent Price is narrated, in verse, by Price himself.
1982/b&w/6 min. | Scr/dir: Tim Burton; w/ Vincent Price.