A.cinema, an intimate 20-seat screening room, designed for AKA Beverly Hills residents’ viewing pleasure, aims to provide residents with an unforgettable cinematic experience.
“We are thrilled to be able to offer yet another fantastic amenity to AKA residents,” said Larry Korman, president of AKA, in a press release. “a.cinema is going to solidify AKA as the leading provider of luxury long stay accommodations for entertainment industry executives as well as other travelers looking for a home away from home and an authentic L.A. experience.”
Residents can watch a film of their choice on AKA’s delux screen, and a.cinema is also equipped with a DLP Cinema Projector, surround sound throughout, and Blue Ray, DVD, CD, and TV capabilities.
Residents can reserve a.cinema for screenings and can choose from AKA’s film selection, or watch a film of their own, according to hotel. Additionally, a.cinema will host weekly screenings for residents, chosen from resident requests as well as a carefully curated selection of films that is artistic, meaningful and intriguing.
AKA is currently a proud sponsor for the Tribeca Film Festival, which encompasses 12 days of independent movie screenings, panels, talks and free community events. 2013 marked the sixth year that AKA has sponsored the festival, and the fourth year that AKA has sponsored the festival's prestigious award for Best Narrative Feature. Furthermore, AKA will be announcing some film projects later this year.
For more information, visit AKA Beverly Hills' website.