After 18 years of showcasing independent fiction, documentary, and short films the LA Film Festival will end
Los Angeles Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Los Angeles Film Festival
WHERE: Los Angeles, CA
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
The LA Film Festival was a premier platform for new works from emerging and established independent storytellers with unique voices and innovative visions. For nearly two decades, the LA Film Festival showcased compelling independent films, series and episodic work from emerging storytellers, alongside filmmaker-driven studio titles, fostering valuable alliances and working relationships between independent artists and the film industry.
As of October 2018, the LA Film Festival has been discontinued
The LA Film Festival, announced the winners of the 2018 Festival, with the top awards going to Brian Banks by Tom Shadyac winning the Audience Award for Fiction Feature Film and Stuntman by Kurt Mattila winning the Audience Award for Documentary Feature Film.
This yea’r 2018 LA Film Festival will come to a close with the World Premiere of David Raymond’s Nomis starring Henry Cavill, Sir Ben Kingsley, Nathan Fillion, Minka Kelly, Alexandra Daddario and Stanley Tucci.
The LA Film Festival announced the lineup of The Portal, the Festival’s inaugural VR and Immersive Story Telling showcase
The LA Film Festival today announced Gala Screenings at the 2018 Festival including Ike Barinholtz’s directorial debut The Oath starring Ike Barinholtz, Tiffany Haddish, John Cho,
The World Premiere of the documentary Echo in the Canyon by Andrew Slater, which features some of music’s biggest names reflecting on the sustained influence of Laurel Canyon’s historic music scene, will be the Opening Night film of the 2018 LA Film Festival
The 2018 LA Film Festival taking place September 20 to 28, 2018. unveiled a diverse slate of 40 feature films, 41 short films, and 10 short episodic works in the U.S. Fiction, Documentary, World Fiction, LA Muse and Nightfall sections.
The LA Film Festival, which is moving to the fall this year, will include an immersive storytelling program curated by Jacqueline Lyanga, Guest Director, VR and Immersive Storytelling
The LA Film Festival, previously held in June, will now take place in late September starting in 2018.
Today the LA Film Festival announced the winners of the 2017 Festival at the Awards Reception, with the U.S. Fiction Award going to Elizabeth Rohrbaugh and Daniel Powell for Becks
10 projects and 24 filmmakers have been selected for the Film Independent’s 14th annual Fast Track film finance market.
The LA Film Festival will host the Gala Screening of Annabelle: Creation, directed by David F. Sandberg and starring Stephanie Sigman, Talitha Bateman, Lulu Wilson with Anthony LaPaglia and Miranda Otto.