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2016: LA Shorts Fest

The 2016 Los Angeles International Short Film Festival (LA Shorts Fest) September 1-8 at LA LIVE. LA Shorts Fest is one of the most prestigious international short film festivals in the world. 183 more words

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Casting Call for Short Film "The Hopeless Journey" [Atlanta, GA] #vasting

Posted August 26, 2016

PLOT SUMMARY: The hopeless Journey is a 40 minute short film that follows fourteen-year-old Olivia as she is faced with the obstacles and barriers passed down from her drug abusive mother. 226 more words

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On VOD: HOW TO LET GO OF THE WORLD...

Coming to VOD today, Friday, August 26: HOW TO LET GO OF THE WORLD (AND LOVE ALL THE THINGS CLIMATE CAN’T CHANGE)

Josh Fox’s personal exploration of climate change debuted at Sundance earlier this year. 32 more words

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Festival Award for Misgivings! + First Screenings

Misgivings – the 2016 JUMPCUT film – had its first public screening earlier this month, at the Marina Del Rey Film Festival in Los Angeles. It was shown in the festival’s opening night programme on Friday 12th August. 80 more words

Short film Suicide Sam Official Selection of West Virginia Filmmakers Festival, October 2016

SUICIDE SAM is an official selection of West Virginia Filmmakers Festival!  Thanks, West Virginia!  SUICIDE SAM producing team’s short comedy THREE-FIFTY screened at this festival in 2008. 65 more words

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Denis Villeneuve's "Arrival" to open Fantastic Fest

Denis Villeneuve’s science-fiction epic “Arrival,” which stars Amy Adams, will open Alamo Drafthouse’s Fantastic Fest. Villeneuve (“Sicario”) has been tapped to helm the upcoming “Blade Runner” sequel. 1,308 more words

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Varieté at the NZIFF: An interview with composer Johannes Contag

Varieté (also known as Variety, Vaudeville and Jealousy) is one of the most prominent works of the Weimar cinema. Directed by E. A. Dupont for UFA in 1925, it is as famous for Karl Freund’s freewheeling cinematography as for the performances of its leads, Lya de Putti and the ubiquitous Emil Jannings. 2,683 more words

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