The post apocalyptic sci-fi adventure, 2307: WINTER’S DREAM, written and directed by Joey Curtis, writer of the Academy Award Nominated BLUE VALENTINE, received the LA INDIE Film Festival‘s 2016 award for Best Direction
LA Indie Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: LA Indie Film Festival
WHERE: Los Angeles, CA, USA
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
The LA Indie Film Festival is the partner festival to the well established LA Comedy Festival. Over the years we have had the privilege to work with hundreds of filmmakers who have told wonderfully funny stories. Many have gone on to make great films in other genres.
The LA INDIE Film Festival will take place March 13 to 23, 2014 at the LET LIVE THEATRE (916 N. Formosa Ave.). 84 films from 16 countries make up the Features and Shorts lineup! There are nine Feature Films in competition. Among them is THE FRONTIER with a stellar turn by MAX GAIL as a retired professor who tries to reconnect after years of estrangement with his ranch hand son. From France is the stunning love story, YOU CANT WRITE A LETTER, from India, the terrifying, THE BLACK TAPE, from Brazil, with a stellar performance from one of its finest actresses, REGINA DUARTE is NEVER TOO OLD TO MEOW. Closing out the festival is the thought provoking documentary from Israel, CROSSROADS: LABOR PAINS OF A NEW WORLDVIEW explores the depths of the current human condition and the emergence of an integrated worldview.
Over 70 films from 13 countries will screen at the LA INDIE Film Festival taking place March 14-24, 2013 at the Let Live Theatre (916 N. Formosa Ave.). in LA, California.
The LA INDIE Film Festival is the partner festival of the LA Comedy Festival.
The documentaries cover a wide range of subjects. World Premiere of Dead Man Rockin’ covers the life and music of John Harrelson. It offers a portrait of a unique and uncompromising artist, a true American Bluesman, a ‘you can never forget him’ type of character, a man who lives (and dies) for his craft and art every day of his life.
The LA Premiere of My Name Is Faith chronicles the story of a 13-year old girl working hard to overcome a troubling past, embrace vulnerability and accept the love and possibility that now surround her. “Just because a child has a past doesn’t mean they’re broken forever.” From foster homes to believing she is finally safe.
The LA INDIE FILM FESTIVAL kicks off on Friday September 7 and runs through September 13, 2012, at the LOS FELIZ 3 CINEMA (1822 N.Vermont Ave.) in Los Angeles, California. The LA INDIE Film Festival is the partner festival of the well-established LA Comedy Festival.
The Documentaries screening at the festival include the West Coast Premiere of BETTIE PAGE REVEALS ALL, an intimate look at the rise, fall, and rise again of one of the world’s most recognized and controversial sex symbols. With her razor sharp wit and Tennessee twang Page emerges from decades of seclusion to reveal her secret past.
The LA premiere of THE DEVIL AND THE DEATH PENALTY chronicles the current dysfunction within the California death penalty process by examining the case of Lawrence Bittaker, a convicted serial rapist and murderer who has been on San Quentin’s Death Row since 1981.
How can you have 5,000 friends on Facebook, and still feel alone? is the provocative question posed by FACE 2 FACE, a feature-length documentary that follows the 11,000-mile cross-country adventure of award-winning filmmaker, Katherine Brooks, as she travels the country journeying into the homes and lives of 50 strangers that are her facebook friends.