Los Angeles Film Festival
Shane Carruth on Why He Won’t Direct a Superhero Movie and Acting in ‘The Dead Center’
The “Primer” and “Upstream Color” filmmaker is back — but not as a director (yet).
Los Angeles Film Festival Launches, Hopefully Without an Identity Crisis
While LAFF made a radical move to fall, the festival did not change its focus or priorities. So far, sales are up.
Los Angeles Film Festival 2018: 5 Must-See Movies, ‘We Have Always Lived in the Castle’ to ‘The Chaperone’
This year’s LAFF runs from September 20–28.
Los Angeles Film Festival Lands Diverse First Fall Lineup, Including Competition Slate That’s 42% Female-Directed
Across the competition categories, 42 percent of the films are directed by women and 39 percent are directed by people of color.
‘And Then I Go’ Review: We Need to Talk About This Disturbing Coming-of-Age Drama
Vincent Grashaw’s intimate character study, a premiere at LA Film Festival, unsettles without being overbearing.
‘Sun Dogs’ Exclusive: Jennifer Morrison Goes From Television Star to Indie Film Director in Debut Feature — Watch
The “Once Upon a Time” actress is behind the camera for her first feature in this Los Angeles Film Festival premiere.
’20 Weeks’ Exclusive Clip: LAFF Romantic Drama Explores a Pregnancy in Crisis
Leena Pendharkar’s “20 Weeks” will have its world premiere on Monday, June 19 at the Los Angeles Film Festival.
LAFF 2017: 10 Festival Picks, from ‘My Friend Dahmer’ to ‘Everything Beautiful Is Far Away’
This year’s edition of the L.A. Film Festival runs from June 14–22.
‘Out of State’ Exclusive Trailer: Two Career Criminals Discover Their Hawaiian Heritage in Prison — Watch
Watch the exclusive trailer for the Los Angeles Film Festival documentary premiere.
LAFF 2017 Announces Full Slate, Including Competition and Episodic Offerings
Across the competition categories, 42% of the films are directed by women and 40% are directed by people of color.
Los Angeles Film Festival Faces New Era As Director Stephanie Allain Moves On
But will Allain’s departure also bring a change in direction?
‘Molli and Max in the Future’ Review: Zosia Mamet and Aristotle Athari Have Great Chemistry in Lean Future-Set Rom-Com
Flatbush Zombies’ Zombie Juice Releases ‘Dizzy’ With Spitfire Delivery
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