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LAFF 2014

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    L.A. Film Fest Review: 'Trouble Dolls' Shows You What Happens When Comedy Goes Awry

    Co-writers/directors/stars Jennifer Prediger and Jess Weixler's film attempts a difficult balance that the filmmakers can't quite pull off.

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    LAFF Review: 'The Road Within' Has Trouble Finding Its Real Purpose

    There’s a difficulty in telling a story based at a hospital, rehabilitation center or any other kind of treatment facility because everyone is there for a specific reason. Regardless of ailment or condition, each patient has something specific pinning them to that location. The challenge becomes to ...

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    The Indiewire Springboard: How 'Uncertain Terms' Director Nathan Silver Stays Inspired

    Nathan Silver has already complete four features, but chances are you're not familiar with his name unless you're a film festival junkie. That's bound to change soon.

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    Detective Noir 'Man From Reno' and Debra Granik's 'Stray Dog' Take Home Top Honors at LAFF

    At an intimate ceremony held in the festival lounge, the Los Angeles Film Festival announced the winners in this year's awards categories.

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    LAFF Review: Like Country Music? 'Billy Mize and the Bakersfield Sound' Is For You

    Even if those closest to him may lament that Billy Mize isn’t as much of a household name as his most notable peers (Buck Owens, Merle Haggard and Roger Miller, among others), William J. Saunders’ documentary does an admirable job of demonstrating the many ways Mize's efforts still resounded through...

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    LAFF Review: Post-Apocalyptic Drama 'The Well' is a Superb Debut for Tom S. Hammock

    Marking the directorial debut of production designer Tom S. Hammock ("You're Next," "All the Boys Love Mandy Lane”), it's hardly a surprise to note that "The Well" has a stunningly well-designed sense of place.

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    11 Things LAFF Filmmakers Wish Someone Had Told Them BEFORE They Started Shooting

    There will always be something you wish you had known before you set out to make your movie. With 20th LA Film Festival wrapping today, Indiewire has compiled some of their best answers to that question: what's the one thing you wish someone had told you before you started your film?

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    LA Film Festival: Advice and Insight From This Year's Filmmakers

    With the 20th LA Film Festival now underway until June 19, Indiewire is hosting the "How I Shot That (LAFF Edition)" series.

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    LAFF Review: Pepe Serna is a Standout in Ambiguous Detective Noir 'Man from Reno'

    The unease at the heart of "Man from Reno" is expressed via two different, initially separate, narrative threads.

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