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    LAFF | America Unrolling Outside: "Passenger Side" Director Matthew Bissonnette

    Saddled with his own frustrations, the last thing Michael wants to do is spend the day driving his recovering addict of a brother Tobey around Los Angeles. There’s too much history between them, and Michael has his doubts about his brother’s sobriety. Nevertheless, he agrees to pick Tobey up, but wh...

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    LAFF | Starting Over in Chile: "Turistas" Director Alicia Scherson

    On a much-needed road trip, 37-year-old Carla casually tells her husband she made a major decision without consulting him. Subconsciously, she's hoping to escape their miserable marriage and its paralyzing maturity. It works. Abandoned (and quietly exhilarated) in the Chilean countryside, C...

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    LAFF | Free Cruise Becomes Movie: "Wah Do Dem" Co-Director Ben Chace

    Max’s girlfriend Willow dumps him days before their departure on a Carribean cruise. Unable to find a friend to come with him to experience the all-you-can-eat-buffet crowd, he goes it alone. A hipster in a strange land, Max can’t quite adjust to being out of his element until his playful lark evolv...

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    Getting to Know 11 LAFF Directors to Watch

    The following is a series of interviews with directors whose films are screening at the 2009 Los Angeles Film Festival, which takes place June 18-28.

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    LAFF | The Bee Suit Comes Off: "The Last Beekeeper" Director Jeremy Simmons

    The world's honeybees are currently in crisis. These unsung heroes of the food chain, who are responsible for pollinating a third of the food we eat, are vanishing at an alarming rate. With some beekeepers reporting an unexplained 90% decrease in their hive population, scientists are working to solv...

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    The $9.99 Dead Skin Windmill Movie Works: This Weekend at the Movies

    Summer officially comes this weekend via June's solstice, so the longest days of the year might hinder your spending time in a dark movie theater. However, there's a decent batch of new offerings this weekend that might make you want to consider otherwise. While Hollywood continues to spew out argu...

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    LAFF | Stories from the Ozarks: "Branson" Director Brent Meeske

    Branson’s 108 live shows attract seven million visitors a year. With that kind of business, it’s not surprising to find performers of every ilk trying to make it big in this little city tucked away in the scenic Ozark Mountains of southern Missouri’s bible belt. For this engag...

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    LAFF | Exorcising Exes: "Harmony and Me" Director Bob Byington

    Break-ups are never easy, especially when your ex-girlfriend already checked out several months before the official end. Twentysomething Harmony, however, just can’t seem to drop his torch for the departed Jessica even as his motley crew of friends, his gleefully odd family, and his obnoxious boss r...

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    LAFF | Crossing Borders for Water: "Rehje" Directors Anais Huerta & Raúl Cuesta

    As a young girl, Antonia left her native village for work in the metropolis of Mexico City where she led a quietly unfulfilled existence. Now, middle-aged and widowed, she feels a deep-rooted calling to return to the quotidian lifestyle of her homeland. During a visit home, however, Antonia realizes...

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    Not a Conventional Shoot: Schnack's DNC Doc Debuts

    Even for America's largest city, a national convention by one of the nation's two main political parties can cause massive upheavel at worst or simply an annoyance at the very least. When the Republicans came to town in New York City to re-nominate George W. Bush at Madison Square Garden, the city c...

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