The LA Film Festival has set the U.S. premiere of Jonás Cuarón’s “Desierto” as its closing night film on June 9 at the Arclight Cinema in Cilver City. The film stars Gael García Bernal, Jeffrey Dean…
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The LA Film Festival has announced its competition lineup of 42 world premieres with 43% of the films directed by women and 38% of the films by people of color. “Curating films for LA audiences is so…
The 2016 LA Film Festival has selected Ricardo de Montreuil's “Lowriders,” starring Eva Longoria and Demian Bichir, as its opening film on June 1. Produced by Brian Grazer and Jason Blum, the film…
The LA Film Festival has decided to ditch downtown Los Angeles after a six-year stay, opting to go to Culver City, Hollywood and Santa Monica instead for its 22nd version next year. Film Independent…
The Los Angeles Film Festival will close not with a screening, but its first-ever live read: “Fast Times at Ridgemont High.” Writer, director and actor Eli Roth (“Hostel,” “Inglorious Basterds”) will…
The New York Times is hosting its first indie film festival on the Internet, streaming four titles on NYTimes.com for free during September, extending bicoastal relationship with Los Angeles-based…
L.A. Film Fest: ‘Mother, ‘ ‘Code’ Nab Jury Awards; ‘Short Term,’ ‘Wadjda,’ ‘American’ Take Audience Awards
Janis Nord's Latvian drama "Mother, I Love You" and Ryan McGarry's medical documentary "Code Black" have taken the narrative and documentary jury awards at the Los Angeles Film Festival.
On the first night of summer, Warner Bros.’ “The Conjuring” made its official North American debut as an eerie throwback to the 1970s. “‘We can’t wait to see you guys squirm,” declared Hayley…
The state of Montana touted its filmmaking prowess Friday at the Los Angeles Film Festival with the world premiere of "Winter in the Blood" from director brothers Alex and Andrew Smith.
Grace Mosqueda has been coordinating the hundreds of people who volunteer to help out at the L.A. Film Fest since 2011.
The Los Angeles Film Festival kicks off Thursday, with Pedro Almodovar's “I'm So Excited!” raising the curtain, and Nat Faxon and Jim Rash's “The Way, Way Back,” bringing it down. In between, the…