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Adaptations: Monday Movie Nights

  • 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm | Monday July 24, 2023
  • Upstairs | Ace Hotel Los Angeles

Join us poolside for a free weekly film series in partnership with Skylight Books featuring movies made from books. Grab a complimentary popcorn to snack on while you enjoy the show. This event is 21+ with a valid ID.


7:30PM Doors | 8PM Start | Poolside

7/24: Dune (2021)

7/31: Annihilation (2018)

8/7: The Iron Giant (1997) 

8/14: Mean Girls (2004)

8/21: The Prestige (2005)

8/28: Pride and Prejudice (2005)

9/11: Twilight (2008)

9/18: If Beale Street Could Talk (2019)

9/25: It (2017)


Skylight Books is a general bookstore serving the historic Los Angeles neighborhoods of Hollywood, Los Feliz, Silver Lake, Echo Park, and Downtown. Located in the shadow of Griffith Park and its iconic Observatory, our Los Feliz neighborhood is host to many independently owned shops, restaurants, and movie theaters. Our curated selection features the best of literary fiction; graphic novels; children’s books; California history and culture; political and social sciences; essays and nonfiction; and books on art, photography, film, and music. We also feature hand-picked magazines and zines, along with a selection of stationery and gifts. Our events program is nationally recognized, and features major touring authors, local favorites, and debuts.

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