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Los Angeles Film Festival

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    How I Shot That (LAFF Edition): Creating a 70s Vibe for 'Cut Bank'

    "Cut Bank" is Matt Shakman's first film. Starring Liam Hemsworth, Billy Bob Thornton and John Malkovich, the noir thriller follows Dwayne Mclaren, a young auto mechanic and former high school football star, who tries to escape his hometown.

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    How I Shot That (LAFF Edition): Shooting in the Fog for 'Man From Reno'

    "Man From Reno" is Dave Boyle's fifth feature film, having previously directed "Daylight Savings," "Surrogate Valentine," "White on Rice" and "Big Dreams Little Tokyo." The film is an ambitious bilingual neo-noir depicting a crime novelist and a small town sheriff teaming up to solve a murder myster...

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    How I Shot That (LAFF Edition): Siblings Ravi and Geeta Patel Get Personal for 'Meet the Patels'

    Brother and sister, Ravi and Geeta Patel, co-directed "Meet The Patels," an intimate documentary detailing the processes of modern Indian matchmaking. It marks the siblings' first foray into directing. Ravi has previously acted in television shows such as "Scrubs," "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia...

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    LAFF Review: Jess Weixler And Jennifer Prediger’s ‘Trouble Dolls’ Finds More Drama Than Laughs In Superstition

    A general rule of thumb: if Jeffrey Tambor appears in one or two scenes out of a film, it’s a safe bet those are the best one or two scenes overall. As a trespassing landlord fond of tenant hookups and unannounced showers in their homes, Tambor all but runs away with “Trouble Dolls,” the writing and...

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    Advice For Actors at LAFF: 'Only One Man Can Do It, and You're Not Tom Cruise.'

    Alfred Molina and Olivia Munn weren't given much support when they tried to get into acting, but they're here for you now.

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    LAFF Review: 'Echo Park' Proves The Perfect Place to Get Lost And Find Yourself

    In “Echo Park,” photographer Amanda Marsalis, making her feature directorial debut (with a script written by Catalina Aguilar Mastretta), paints a love letter of sorts to the titular Los Angeles neighborhood, interwoven with the tale of love lost and found between two souls searching for their place...

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    LAFF Exclusive: Poster Debut for Nathan Silver's Latest 'Uncertain Terms'

    The 2014 Los Angeles Film Festival (the 20th anniversary of the fest) kicked off this week, with the North American premiere of "Snowpiercer" on Wednesday. Plenty of other notable premieres are continuing to roll out this weekend, including Nathan Silver's latest, "Uncertain Terms," and we've got th...

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    LAFF Review: 'The Young Kieslowski' is Yet Another Pregnancy Comedy

    This unplanned pregnancy comedy has its share of laughs, but the real emotional heft seems to lie within the parts that it skips over.

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    LAFF Review: ‘Billy Mize And The Bakersfield Sound’ Is A Warm Look At One Of Country Music’s Hidden Titans

    While the musical biopic today suffers from inescapable story arcs and tired imitations, thankfully a good story remains that way when told by those who actually lived it. Consider well-made music docs a personal sweet spot -- a blend of archival footage, a famous record, and an aged, accented chara...

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    LAFF Review: ‘The Ever After’ Starring Teresa Palmer & Mark Webber An Unwieldy, Tense Look At A Marriage

    A relentless self-exploration has steered actor and director Mark Webber’s filmmaking output, and increasingly it seems his preferred route of doing so is through quotation marks. Last year’s “The End of Love” starred Webber as “Mark,” an actor struggling in LA with his real-life son Isaac, and now—...

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