In its review of Only in Theaters, Focus Newspaper explores Laemmle family’s struggle to survive the pandemic while beautifully showcasing the family’s theater chain’s rich history.
In this episode of 366weirdmovies, Sujewa Ekanayake shares how the Indie Discovery LA Film Series was sparked by his inspiration from Only in Theaters.
Dennis Seuling’s review of Only in Theaters highlights Greg Laemmle’s passionate commitment to showcasing quality independent films despite challenges.
In his review of Only in Theaters for Sonic Cinema, Brian Skutle delves into the obstacles confronted by Laemmle Theaters due to the influence of streaming.
Jamie Toth’s review for Cyclops At The Cinema highlights the Indie Discovery LA Film Series – a new festival inspired by Only in Theaters.
In another review of Only in Theaters for Solzy at the Movies, Danielle Solzman mentions the documentary’s release on DVD.
In his review on Overly Honest Movie Reviews, Chris Jones beautifully captures the essence of Only in Theaters.
In this interview, Sujewa Ekanayake, Jamie Toth have an engaging conversation with Raphael Sbarge as he prepares to showcase Only In Theaters at Vidiots in LA.
Cereal At Midnight discusses Greg Laemmle’s struggle to preserve his family’s legacy in the face of rising streaming dominance and declining audience numbers.
In the third segment of In Depth: Theater on Fox11 Los Angeles, Greg and Tish Laemmle join Hal Eisner to discuss Only in Theaters.
Raphael Sbarge chats with Colin Stryker from Dark Rose Pictures about the significance of “Only in Theaters” in today’s moviegoing landscape.
Greg Laemmle delves into the current and future state of movie theaters, highlighting their challenges in the post-pandemic era of video streaming.
Jamie Toth talks about Only in Theaters and explores its power to inspire action, examining the combination of a compelling story and skilled storytelling.
In part 2 of the interview, film critic Bill Arceneaux and Raphael Sbarge continue their discussion on Only in Theaters.
In the first installment of the interview featuring film critic Bill Arceneaux, Raphael Sbarge engages in a conversation about Only in Theaters.