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    'Funny Or Die' and Los Angeles Film Festival Launch Comedy Talent Competition

    Anyone who thinks they've got a future in being funny will appreciate the latest offering from revered comedy website "Funny Or Die," which, in association with the Los Angeles Film Festival, is now providing a great opportunity for aspiring comedians by setting up an internet talent search called "...

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    LA Film Festival Gets a 20th Anniversary Poster Designed By Ed Ruscha

    The Los Angeles Film Festival has a celebratory new poster for its 20th anniversary, and it probably looks familiar.

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    Film Independent Announces 10 Fellows For Screenwriting Lab

    Film Independent, the parent organization of the Spirit Awards and the Los Angeles Film Festival, has selected 10 screenwriting fellows for its 14th annual screenwriting lab.

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    'Mother,' 'Code Black' Lead LAFF Winners

    Janis Nords’ "Mother, I Love You" and Ryan McGarry’s "Code Black" led the winners of the 2013 Los Angeles Film Festival, taking the jury prizes for narrative and documentary feature, respectively. The festival -- which wrapped up last night with the closing night film "The Way Way Back" -- also saw ...

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    L.A. Film Fest Review: How Sci Fi Found Footage Thriller 'Europa Report' Envisions a Credible Future for Deep Space Travel

    Sebastian Cordero's movie has many of the same ingredients found in "Prometheus" and precedents like "Alien," but roots them in a realistic science basis.

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    L.A. Film Fest: Jean-Pierre Melville's Restored 'Two Men in Manhattan' Illustrates Why We're Overdue For a Melville Retrospective

    French director Jean-Pierre Melville was one of the greatest filmmakers of his generation, but his reputation in the United States has always suffered. That's partly due to bad timing: While Melville's taut, stylized film noir technique inspired the French New Wave in the late fifties, the legacies ...

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    Que(e)ries: Considering How Gay Isn't Simply 'The New Black' in Yoruba Richen's Imperative New Doc

    As the LGBT rights movement moved to the clear forefront of the mainstream civil rights discussion in the United States, numerous media organizations were quick to reduce it to a loaded question: "Is gay the new black?"

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    10 Films To Watch From the Los Angeles Film Festival

    With close to 200 films from around the world, including 20 world premieres, the first big U.S. festival of the summer offers a wide range of options. Here are a few that we're looking forward to checking out as we kick off our coverage of the festival.

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    Exclusive Trailer: Debauchery in the Woods in 'All Together Now,' Premiering at LA Film Festival

    Ahead of its premiere at the LA Film Festival next week, Indiewire has the exclysive trailer for "All Together Now." The film definitely seems to live up to its title, as Ron (Lou Taylor Pucci) decides to throw a party at a shed in the middle of the woods, inviting four bands and all of his friends,...

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    Watch: Exclusive Trailer for LA Film Festival Family Drama, 'The House That Jack Built'

    Shortly before its debut at the Los Angeles Film Festival next week, we've got the exclusive trailer for Henry Barrial's family drama "The House That Jack Built." The film is set to make its world premiere on Sunday, June 16th at the Regal Cinemas 10 in Los Angeles.

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