Los Angeles Film Festival
Film Independent will now focus on year-round events instead.
The "Primer" and "Upstream Color" filmmaker is back — but not as a director (yet).
While LAFF made a radical move to fall, the festival did not change its focus or priorities. So far, sales are up.
Across the competition categories, 42 percent of the films are directed by women and 39 percent are directed by people of color.
Vincent Grashaw's intimate character study, a premiere at LA Film Festival, unsettles without being overbearing.
The "Once Upon a Time" actress is behind the camera for her first feature in this Los Angeles Film Festival premiere.
Leena Pendharkar's "20 Weeks" will have its world premiere on Monday, June 19 at the Los Angeles Film Festival.
This year's edition of the L.A. Film Festival runs from June 14–22.
Watch the exclusive trailer for the Los Angeles Film Festival documentary premiere.
Across the competition categories, 42% of the films are directed by women and 40% are directed by people of color.
But will Allain's departure also bring a change in direction?
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