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    How I Shot That (LAFF Edition): One Last Shot for ‘Billy Mize & The Bakersfield Sound’

    William J. Saunders worked at NFL Films after graduating from Columbia University’s School of the Arts. At the upcoming Los Angeles Film Festival he will premiere his new film "Billy Mize and the Bakersfield Sound."

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    How I Shot That (LAFF Edition): Capturing the 'Right Feeling' of an Attempted Murder Scene in 'Los Ángeles'

    Director Damian John Harper and cinematographer Friede Clausz are screening their first feature film "Los Ángeles," about a young kid who tries to cross the border from Mexico in order to support his family, at this year's Los Angeles Film Festival. The duo previously collaborated on the short film ...

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    What Cameras Did the 2014 Los Angeles Film Festival Filmmakers Use?

    We interviewed several of the filmmakers whose films are showing at this year's Los Angeles Film Festival. One of the questions that most interested us is what camera these visionaries used to create their masterpieces.

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    How I Shot That (LAFF Edition): Long Handheld Takes Weren't An Easy Feat When Shooting 'Uncertain Terms'

    Writer and director Nathan Silver is known for “The Blind” (2008), “Exit Elena” (2012) and “Soft In The Head” (2013). At this year's Los Angeles Film Festival he will premiere his new film “Uncertain Terms.”

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    How I Shot That (LAFF Edition): Shooting a Marriage Equality Rally in the Rain for 'Limited Partnership'

    You have to be pretty passionate to work at something for 14 years. Thomas G. Miller certainly was. "Limited Partnership," his new documentary, was big deal for him, and rightfully so. The powerful piece documents the life and times of Filipino-American Richard Adams and Australian Tony Sullivan, wh...

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    LAFF Review: Debra Granik's Doc 'Stray Dog' A Sensitive Portrait of Memory, Trauma, and Biker Culture

    When “Winter’s Bone” writer and director Debra Granik ventured to Missouri to make the film, she returned with more than she expected — the subject of her next film, in the form of Ron “Stray Dog” Hall, a biker and Vietnam vet with a heart of gold and a head full of nightmares. Granik brings an un-s...

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    LAFF Review: 'Comet,' Starring Justin Long and Emmy Rossum, is a Cosmic Romance Worth Watching

    “Comet” rhymes images from five different eras of a relationship that begins during a meteor shower and may or may not end more than half a decade later.

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    Exclusive: First Clip & Poster For LAFF Film 'Holbrook/Twain: An American Odyssey'

    There's no word that suits Hal Holbrook better than 'legend.' The 89-year-old actor and veteran has a career stretching back sixty years, with a long history of movie roles (most famously playing Deep Throat in "All The President's Men"), and continues to work regularly today, winning an Oscar nomin...

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    LAFF: Brother-Sister Filmmaking Duo Ravi and Geeta Patel on Filming Their Parents in 'Meet the Patels'

    Indiewire spoke with Ravi and Geeta about the inspiration for "Meet the Patel" as well as the influence that desi culture had on the film's narrative approach.

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    13 Great Tips for First-Time Directors from LAFF Filmmakers

    With the 20th LA Film Festival now underway (until June 19), Indiewire out questionnaires asking them a variety of questions including what advice they had for aspiring or first-time filmmakers. Here's the best of what they had to say.

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