Let’s all go to the movies, dahling. Pop-Up Cinema, a series of complimentary semi-impromptu screenings of some of our favorite films, takes place approximately twice per month in our private Screening Room, where a state-of-the-art projector, expansive 16 ft. screen, gold leaf ceilings, historic architectural details and plush surroundings provide the perfect setting for a memorable movie-going experience.
Dates, times and film selections are posted here when announced. Pop Up Cinema is always FREE to the public! Pop Up Cinema has limited seating. Due to popular demand, we now require reservations. Please reserve your seat by calling the hotel at 503-219-2094.
The Driftwood Room bartenders select a specialty cocktail to complement each Pop Up Cinema screening and wine, craft beer, cocktails and non-alcoholic sips are available for purchase at happy hour prices. Plus, Pop Up Cinema-goers can order tempting movie-friendly nibbles at happy hour prices for the duration of the film. We screen vintage movie trailers from the year of the featured movie during the first hour after the doors open.
BY SPECIAL REQUEST:
Sunday, December 28th: Holiday Inn (1942) – We received a request to run Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn from one of our loyal Pop Up Cinema and Instagram followers. In 1942, the film received an Academy Award for Best Original Song (Irving Berlin for “White Christmas”). We have tentatively scheduled the screening for Sunday, December 28th. Doors open at 3 p.m. and screening starts at 4 p.m. Since this is a special request, we will only be able to commit to the screening if we have a minimum of 26 audience members, so give us a call now! We will post the status of the screening here on Friday, December 26th.
12.21.14 Update: We are already up to 21 people…so just a few more to go for confirmation. We only have seating for 36, so call now. This one looks like a sell out.
Sunset Boulevard | TWO SCREENINGS By Popular Demand
Now breathtakingly re-mastered, this Blu-ray edition will look gorgeous on our 16 foot screen. The black and white picture is rich and crisp, the sound is re-mastered and the story as compelling as ever. Sunset Boulevard is a well-crafted masterpiece. The structure is classic and the execution is flawless. This classic film noir is about a hack screenwriter that writes a screenplay for a former silent-film star who has faded into Hollywood obscurity trying to make a triumphant return! How can any classic film buff resist? Even if you are not a classic film buff or just discovering the classics, this is a must see!
Sunday, January 11th: Sunset Boulevard (1950) – It’s been a busy holiday season at Pop Up Cinema. Due to our sell out of Sunset Boulevard on January 18th, we’ve added an additional screening on Sunday, January 11th. Doors open at 3 p.m. and screening starts at 4 p.m.
Sunday, January 18th: Sunset Boulevard (1950) – This screening is already SOLD OUT! We’ve added an additional screening on Sunday, January 11th. Doors open at 1 p.m. and screening starts at 2 p.m.
Dates and times have yet to be determined. Stay tuned to see when the next movie will be screening!
Special Note | Living Social Voucher Holders
Although your voucher expires at the end of June, Hotel deLuxe will honor through the end of 2014, so no need to rush!