The room will host screenings of three most of his famous films to commemorate the 63rd anniversary of his death.
James Dean is one of the best-known Hollywood icons of the 1950s. Probably his must be the most famous case of an actor becoming famous in history. With only three major films to his credit he became an icon before tragedy struck on 30 September 1955 when he died in a car crash. To commemorate his brief career, Phenomena, one of the most beloved movie houses in Barcelona for movie buffs, has programmed screenings of those three films.
First up, on 31 August, is his last feature film 'Giant', on August 31. The actor died a few days after finishing shooting, but won a nomination as best actor at the Oscars for the role. Next up is 'Rebel without a Cause', possibly his most iconic movie, on 9 September. To bring the brief cycle to a close, 15 September will see the screening of 'East of Eden', the film that made his name.
Tickets, costing €6, are available for purchase at the following link.
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