Lumiere Cinema



9036 Wilshire Blvd, 90211

In Beverly Hills at Doheny & Wilshire | Click for GoogleMap
Tickets available at the box office | Click for parking information

Safety for our guests and staff is our highest priority and
we are compliant with CDC & CinemaSafe regulations.
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Hark! For a small while we are
having a special on concessions!

Small Popcorn – $1.oo | Medium Popcorn – $2.oo
Large Popcorn – $3.oo

Same goes for soft drinks!

* Now Showing Daily . . .

. . . unless otherwise noted ‘neath the title.

Silencio (2021)

“Sara Garcia is a young screenwriter and as she finishes her first script, it opens doors to memories she hid from herself leading to panic attacks. On top of trying to have her script produced and an toxic relationship, Sara has to deal with panic disorder in silence.”

Spencer (2021)

“The marriage of Princess Diana and Prince Charles has long since grown cold. Though rumors of affairs and a divorce abound, peace is ordained for the Christmas festivities at the Queen’s Sandringham Estate. There’s eating and drinking, shooting and hunting. Diana knows the game. But this year, things will be profoundly different. SPENCER is an imagining of what might have happened during those few fateful days.”

Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn (2021)

“Emi (Katia Pascariu), a high school teacher, finds her career and reputation under threat after a personal sex tape she filmed with her husband is leaked on the Internet. Forced to meet the parents demanding her dismissal at an emergency community meeting, Emi refuses to surrender to their pressure. Winner of the Golden Bear at the 2021 Berlin International Film Festival, this Romanian pandemic-era satire widens its focus from the bustling streets of Bucharest, where Emi navigates countless slice-of-life mini-dramas and judging eyes, to a jarring essay-like montage recounting Romania’s complicated history. Director Radu Jude (AFERIM!) delivers an incendiary mix of unconventional form, irreverent humor, and scathing commentary on hypocrisy and prejudice in our societies.”

The End Of Us (2021)

“After a savage breakup, two exes must continue living together when California issues its stay-at-home order for COVID-19. Now they’ll try to move on without moving out.”

Writing with Fire (2021)

“Reporting from a social environment built to divide based on caste & gender, a fearless group of journalists maintain India’s only women-led news outlet. The women of Khabar Lahariya (‘Waves of News’), all from the Dalit (“untouchables”) caste, prepare to transition the newspaper from print to digital even though many of their reporters don’t have access to electricity at home. Armed with smartphones, Chief Reporter Meera and her team of investigative journalists confront some of India’s biggest issues – exposing the relentless discrimination against women & amplifying the voices of those who suffer from the oppressive caste system. WRITING WITH FIRE chronicles the astonishing determination of these local reporters as they empower each other & hold those responsible for injustice to account. Reaching new audiences through their growing platform, the women of Khabar Lahariya redefine what it means to be powerful in this timely and inspiring documentary.”

Hive (2021)

“Sundance triple award winner HIVE is a searing drama based on the true story of Fahrije, who has battled grief and financial struggle since her husband went missing during the war in Kosovo. In hope of providing for her family, she launches a business selling hot pepper preserves, a controversial act of independence that scandalizes her patriarchal village. Amid doubts of her husband’s return, she struggles not only to keep her family afloat but against a hostile community who seeks to violently undermine the independence and sisterhood she is determined to gain.”

The Beta Test (2021)

“A married Hollywood agent receives a mysterious letter for an anonymous sexual encounter and becomes ensnared in a sinister world of lying, murder and infidelity in this scintillating satire.”

Last Shoot Out (2021)

“Cam Gigandet (TWILIGHT, THE MAGNIFICICENT SEVEN) and Academy Award nominee Bruce Dern (THE COWBOYS, THE HATEFUL EIGHT) light up this gritty Western saga of love, betrayal, and revenge.”

The French Dispatch (2021)

“THE FRENCH DISPATCH brings to life a collection of stories from the final issue of an American magazine published in a fictional 20th-century French city. It stars Benicio del Toro, Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Léa Seydoux, Frances McDormand, Timothée Chalamet, Lyna Khoudri, Jeffrey Wright, Mathieu Amalric, Stephen Park, Bill Murray and Owen Wilson.”

Titane (2021)

“A metal highly resistant to heat and corrosion, with high tensile strength alloys, often used in medical prostheses due to its pronounced biocompatibility.”

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* & Coming Soon . . .

Famous (2021)

Starts Friday, December 10th /

“Famous was filmed live on stage in the height of the #MeToo movement. Inspired by the lives of Young Hollywood stars like River Phoenix, Corey Feldman, Heath Ledger and Corey Haim, Famous takes you on a non-stop thrill ride behind the glamorous world of Young Hollywood and into the mind of A-list celebrity, Jason Mast. What appears to be a night of celebration for his first Oscar nomination, turns out to be an intricate plan to confront his past. Driven by a devastating need to expose the truth, Jason attempts to control the outcome of the evening and ignites a chain of events that pushes the boundaries of real friendship and reveals the true cost of fame.”

White On White (2019)

Starts Friday, December 10th /

Tickets on sale soon/

“At the dawn of the twentieth century, Pedro arrives in Tierra del Fuego, a violent and hostile territory, to immortalize the marriage of a powerful landowner. Fascinated with the bride-to-be’s beauty, he betrays the rules and is left to face a land crawling with violence and marked by the genocide of its indigenous inhabitants.”

The Scary of Sixty-First (2021)

Starts Friday, December 10th /

Tickets on sale soon/

“While out apartment hunting, college pals Noelle and Addie stumble upon the deal of a lifetime: a posh duplex on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. But soon after moving in, a more sinister picture of the apartment emerges when a mysterious woman arrives and claims the property used to belong to the infamous and recently-deceased Jeffrey Epstein. With this news, Noelle becomes obsessed with the visitor—to the point of infatuation. As the pair plunge deeper into the conspiracies of the Epstein case, Addie falls into her own bizarre state: a pseudo-possession complete with inexplicable fits of age-regressed sexual mania. As they peel back on these strange occurrences, the truth reveals itself to be more twisted than they could have ever imagined.”

Fortress (2021)

Starts Friday, December 17th /

Tickets on sale soon/

“Dazzling action thriller starring the inimitable Bruce Willis, Jesse Metcalfe (ESCAPE PLAN 2), Chad Michael Murray (SURVIVE THE GAME), and Ser’Darius Blain (JUMANJI franchise). Bruce Willis plays a retired CIA agent who must team up with his estranged son (Jesse Metcalfe) to defeat his old nemesis, Balzary (Chad Michael Murray). As they are besieged by Balzary’s attack squad, father and son retreat to a high-tech bunker. But are the steel walls and advanced weapons of the bunker powerful enough to match Balzary’s bloodthirsty plans for revenge?!”

See For Me (2021)

Starts Friday, January 7th /

Tickets on sale soon/

“A blind young woman caught in the crossfire of a home invasion scheme must rely on a sighted Army veteran via an app to survive the night in this shocking cat-and-mouse thriller.”

* Second Annual Filmocracy Fest . . .

. . . starts on Thursday, December 9th and runs thru Sunday, December 12th /

Thursd Decemb. 9th – BIRTH OF THE ENDLESS SUMMER (7P)

Frida Decemb. 10th – THE SIX (4:30P), DEAR IKE (7P), MY DEAR DAD (9:30P)


Sunda Decemb. 12th – END OF THE LINE (12P), BOULEVARD (2:45P), ANIMA (5:45P), THE HILL WHERE LIONESSES GROW (8:45P)

“Filmocracy Fest 2021 kicks off at Beverly Hills’ Lumiere Music Hall, with a screening of Richard Yelland’s BIRTH OF THE ENDLESS SUMMER: DISCOVERY OF CAPE ST. FRANCIS. A selection of documentaries will be presented throughout the festival, including a number of social impact films: End Of The Line: The Women Of Standing Rock; Storm Lake; Try Harder!; The Six; Reflection: A Walk With Water; Ride The Wave; Have You Heard About Greg?; Boulevard: A Hollywood Story; Entangled: The Race To Save Right Whales From Extinction; Dear Ike: Lost Letters To A Teen Idol; and Witness Underground. Closing with the premiere of Liz Marshall’s Meat The Future (narrated by Jane Goodall and featuring music by Moby), the event will conclude with an Awards ceremony at Boomtown Brewery in DTLA.”

More info can be found here [via Splash Mags].


Gift Cards ; $15.00+ /
Any amount up to $99 will qualify as such.

“Inner Circle Memberships” ; $100+ /
Any amount of $100+ will secure you an “Inner Circle Membership” & will grant you extra discounts and perks. Available whilst supplies last.

Little Joe [Pesci] – Got To Get You Into My Life


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* * Opinions expressed do not reflect the company’s views, etc.

The Lumiere Cinema is (pictured above, L-R) Luis Orellana, Lauren Brown, Peter Ambrosio.
They are a wholly independent arthouse operation born in late 2019.
The Music Hall (in Beverly Hills) used to be called The Elite and has been around since the 1930s.
The face of the building was designed by a man named Wilfred Verity.

This arthouse could use some benefactors yet;
to find out more, just click thru.


“…Lumiere will compete to show the kind of elevated, critically supported indie, international and documentary films that can bring a theater both cachet and those coveted specialized audiences. And if a buzzier new movie can premiere exclusively at the Music Hall, as was recently the case with the highly praised documentary “Chinese Portrait,” so much the better.” – Gary Goldstein, Los Angeles Times

Beverly Hills Courier

“Los Angeles film exhibition 2020 is off to a roaring start with the reincarnation of the Laemmle Music Hall into Lumiere Cinema at the Music Hall,” Bob Hunter, director of exhibition for “Heimat” and “Cordillera” distributor Icarus Films, wrote in an emailed statement. “It’s a welcome addition to L.A.’s arthouse landscape and sure to become an essential destination for lovers of challenging, adventurous cinema. Working with Luis, Peter, and Lauren has been a pleasure. Their passion for independent film and commitment to the theatrical experience are infectious.” – Bob Strauss, Daily News