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ARRAY Creative Campus is the physical manifestation of all that ARRAY encompasses. It is our beating heart. A safe space for ARRAY’s creative team to build community and incite change.

Nestled in the culture-filled Los Angeles neighborhood of Historic Filipinotown and the only black-woman owned facility of its kind, the 3-building campus is comprised of a dedicated facility for production development with editing suites (Triangle Building), a home for the mission of our non-profit to take shape and thrive (The House), three areas featuring original installations by independent multi-cultural artists including two courtyards (The Park + Queen’s Court), and a vast open-concept space used for meetings, celebrations, public artist talks and showcasing work via a custom 10×13 foot LED wall (Bow Truss Cinema Lounge).

Our campus centerpiece is the signature 50-seat, state-of-the-art Amanda Cinema, named for DuVernay’s late aunt who helped foster her love of cinema. Amanda Cinema is host to films made by underrepresented filmmakers that include ARRAY Releasing titles as well as repertory and other notable cinema made available through our public programming initiatives.

The brand-new ARRAY Play is our online programming destination. Featuring screenings, artist talks and film geek out moments, this space expands on ARRAY’s mission to connect cinematic gems with film lovers around the world.


ARRAY’s Creative Campus hosts three distinct murals created by diverse artists. Upon entering campus you’ll be greeted by “Rise” created by Oakland, California-based artist Allison Tinati, who paints under the moniker ‘Hueman’. Our main courtyard Queen’s Court was named for the four-generations of queens depicted on the wall created by Dominican Republic-based artist Evaristo Angurria. And, just outside our gate, another original mural soars thanks to Native American artist Andrew Morrison from the Haida tribe in Washington State. That mural ties in with other street art found along our back alley affectionately called Animal Alley.

Amanda Cinema @ ARRAY

Built in 2019, Amanda Cinema is a state-of-the-art screening space on the ARRAY Creative Campus in Historic Filipinotown.
The cinema is a labor of love, which is all driven by a desire to be in service to our community, our filmmakers and our audiences.


The brand-new ARRAY Play convenes audiences online, providing programming destinations that expand our reach as well as our mission to offer cinematic gems to film-lovers around the world. Virtual viewers can attend ARRAY film festivals, conversation series, and on-demand screenings from the comfort of your couches, backyards or wherever your devices connect.


180 Glendale Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90026




When attending scheduled meetings and events at our campus, we encourage the use of rideshare services for transportation to our campus. Limited neighborhood street parking may be available.

Meet Our Neighbors

Bloom & Plume
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Boba Guys
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Echo Park Deep Pool
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Vista Hermosa Park
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K Bakery
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Leo’s Food Truck
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One Down Dog Yoga
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HiFi Kitchen
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The Park’s Finest
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Clark Street Bakery
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