Los Angeles Film Festival
Added by tiegz on 11/21/08.
- Added by tiegz on 11/21/08.
- Type: International
- City: Los Angeles
- State / Province: California
- Country: USA
- Website: http://www.lafilmfest.com
WHAT IS THE LOS ANGELES FILM FESTIVAL?
The Los Angeles Film Festival, held annually for ten days in June, showcases the best of American and international independent cinema. With an expected attendance of over 100,000, the festival screens over 175 narrative features, documentaries, shorts, and music videos. Now in its fourteenth year, the festival has grown into a world-class event, uniting new filmmakers with critics, scholars, film masters, and the movie-loving public.
WHAT AWARDS ARE GIVEN OUT AT THE FESTIVAL?
Read about all the awards here.
WHO CAN ATTEND THE FESTIVAL?
The Festival attracts a huge spectrum of audiences from Los Angeles and around the world. This year, we anticipate over 100,000 attendees.
HOW DO I PURCHASE TICKETS OR PASSES TO A SCREENING?
Festival passes for the 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival are now on Wednesday, May 7. Tickets to individual screenings will be available for purchase beginning on June 2. Passes and tickets can be purchased on this web site or over the phone at 866.FILMFEST (345-6337). Walk up sales of passes and tickets will begin at Festival Ticket Office on Sunday, June 8.
HOW MANY FILMS PLAY IN THE FESTIVAL? HOW MANY WERE SUBMITTED?
Approximately 108 features, 40 shorts, and 60 music videos make up the main body of the Festival. This year, Festival programmers considered more than 4,500 films.
HOW ARE FILMS SELECTED FOR THE FESTIVAL?
Films submitted to the Festival are reviewed by our programming department, which evaluates each film, looking for the best in new independent American and international cinema.
WHAT ARE SOME FILMS THAT HAVE PLAYED IN PAST FESTIVALS?
Last year's films included Young @ Heart, Transformers, Deliver Us from Evil, 2 Days in Paris, Half Nelson, Rock School, The Devil Wears Prada, and Old Joy.
Not reviewed yet.