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Rising songwriting star Carroll Barber returns to Los Angeles to begin a new music project but is caught up in a series of sexual liaisons. Produced by Robert Altman and directed by his protégé, Alan Rudolph, Welcome to L.A. is a soap opera-like tale of loneliness and longing among the neurotic eccentrics who populate the titular metropolis. The ensemble cast includes Keith Carradine, Sally Kellerman, Sissy Spacek, and Harvey Keitel. (Alan Rudolph, USA, 1976, 106 min.)

University of the Arts has updated its COVID policies for visitors and events, effective April 1. Visitors to UArts' campus will no longer be required to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19, and all capacity restrictions have been lifted. Lightbox Film Center will now operate at 100 percent capacity. Guests will still be required to wear a high-quality and well-fitting mask while on campus.

Masks are still required at all times. Visitors are strongly encouraged to wear N95, KN95, KF94 or three-ply surgical masks while on UArts' campus. Cloth masks are still permitted. All masks should fit tight to the face and securely cover the nose and mouth.

Tickets to all screenings MUST be purchased in advance at lightbox-film-center.ticketleap.com.