The Las Vegas Film Festival today announced the shorts, labs and special screening for the upcoming 12th edition to take place April 28 through May 5, 2019 around Downtown Las Vegas.
Las Vegas Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Las Vegas Film Festival
WHERE: Las Vegas, Nevada
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL: LVFF is a celebration of cultural discovery through the art of visual storytelling. It is a festival motivated by cinema culture, community and connecting industry professionals with independent filmmakers from all around the world. Our goal each year is to inspire festival attendees and offer a creative outlet to passionate independent storytellers in the energetic theaters in Downtown Las Vegas, Nevada.
The 2019 Las Vegas Film Festival will spotlight a mix of feature films and documentaries including a documentary about The Amazing Johnathan, and Robin Greenspun’s personal portrait of local businesswoman Amy Ayoub.
The 2019 Las Vegas Film Festival is scheduled to take place April 28 through May 5, with the majority of the Festival taking place in venues around Downtown Las Vegas.
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