Wednesday, July 18, 2018

August 25, 2018 -- NFMLA

August 25, 2018

NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA)

South Park Center

(AT&T Center)

Los Angeles, CA 



NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA) spotlights stories from Developing Nations and a selection of works by emerging local and US filmmakers, in partnership with the film commissioners' association Film Liasons In California Statewide (FLICS).

The night begins with a powerful shorts program highlighting stories set in or about communities from developing nations, made by filmmakers who are either local to or intimately familiar with those communities. The themes in this program span the collision of worlds and cultures, the evolution of family dynamics, and the powerful bond between humans and the natural world.

Second in the night is Lonely Hearts Club, the feature directorial debut of award-winning director and NFMLA alumni Jason O. Silva. Three lives converge in this exploration of love and loss during a long flight layover in Los Angeles, starring Camille Guaty (Daytime Divas, Scorpion, Las Vegas)

The evening concludes with a shorts program offering a selection of surreal and comedic films that bring their own takes to topics including heartbreak, xenophobia and superstition, challenging us to look at them with fresh eyes.

SCHEDULE
Shorts Program #1 – InFocus: Developing Nations
4:00 PM – Pre-Reception
4:30 PM – Shorts Program #1
6:00 PM – Audience Q&A
Feature Program
6:15 PM – Pre-Reception
6:45 PM – Feature Program
8:15 PM – Audience Q&A
Shorts Program #2
8:30 PM – Pre-Reception
9:00 PM – Shorts Program #2
6:00 PM – Audience Q&A
Location:
Event Entrance
1139 S. Hill Street, Los Angeles 90015
Directions
Parking
1133 S Olive St, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Directions

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

New Filmmakers Los Angeles May 19, 2018

NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA) Film Festival - May 19th, 2018

Description:

NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA) spotlights Asian cinema with a selection of short films from Asian filmmakers, along with a selection of local and international independent films.

The night begins with InFocus: Asian Cinema, a collection of short films made by Asian filmmakers from all over the world, many of whom are now based in Los Angeles, covering stories of identity, cultural assimilation, family and tradition.

Second in the evening is the world premiere of feature film Captain Hagen's Bed & Breakfast, a wild, quirky and at times quite insightful relationship comedy about four couples who all find themselves at a bizarre bed & breakfast over a long weekend.

The night concludes with a narrative shorts program about connections made and experiences shared between friends and strangers alike.


Tickets are only $5 for single film programs and $15 for all films with open bar for 7+ hours! Get them now before it is too late!

Event info and tickets here: https://www.newfilmmakersla.com/events/event/monthly-film-festival-may-19th-2018/

SCHEDULE
Shorts Program #1
4:30PM Pre-screening Reception
5:00PM Screening
6:19PM Post-screening Q&A
Feature Program
6:34PM Pre-screening Reception
7:04PM Screening
8:37PM Post-screening Q&A
Shorts Program #2
8:52PM Pre-screening Reception
9:22PM Screening
10:50PM Post-screening Q&A
Location:
Event Entrance
1139 S. Hill Street, Los Angeles 90015
Directions
Parking
150 W. 12th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Directions
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Sunday, April 8, 2018

April 8, 2018 -- Food Not Bombs

April 8, 2018

Food Not Bombs

Feed the homeless

Pershing Square

Los Angeles, CA



Volunteers feeding the homeless in Pershing Square 


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