The Laemmle NoHo 7 may be only a few years old, but the Laemmle name has been involved in cinema for more than 75 years.
The Los Angeles Times recently interviewed Robert Laemmle and his son, Greg, about how they not only thrived, but are still planning to expand their line of theaters known for screening an array of independent films.
"Demand for independent cinema is terrific," Greg Laemmle told the Times. "People enjoy good films."
The Laemmle name has plans to open theaters over the next few years in Glendale, Newhall and Inglewood, according to the Times.
The family's history in the theater business dates back to the Holocaust, when Kurt Laemmle urged his brother Max to move to the US in 1938, where the first venue was launched.