LA Film Festival
Still from Political Animals, a film by Jonah Markowitz and Tracy Wares 2016, Idiot Savant Pictures My week at the LA Film
Newcomer Talitha Bateman Shines in "So B. It" Movie -- a Heartbreaking Story that Will Leave You Smiling
Everyone was on their best behavior around this little girl -- to be otherwise would be like misbehaving in front of your
This is my fourth year attending the Los Angeles Film Festival, produced by Film Independent and hosted by L.A. Live Regal Cinemas in downtown Los Angeles.
Well, the 2015 LA Film Fest came to a close yesterday, which means traffic around L.A. Live should get marginally better as long as Obama doesn't decide to hold a fundraising event there.
I caught up with director N.C. Heikin to ask her what inspired her to want to bring to life the "reality" of Frank Morgan's life and she graciously took the time to give me some insight into her journey.
What happens when we reach the point where the chorus of voices -- all competing to be heard at all times -- simply drown each other out? What if, in the end, no one is really paying attention?
2. For the L.A. Film Festival Clorox commissioned The Reverse Graffiti Project, a mini-documentary for its GreenWorks line
It's a welcome development to see more women directors emerging in the indie film scene and it's my hope that this will soon translate into more women directing studio features, as well. One indie woman director whose work I've enjoyed in recent years is Kat Coiro.
This was my second year attending the LA Film Festival. Most of my interest lies in documentary or documentary-like film.
There are documentaries about the county's emergency rooms ("Code Black"), area artist Llyn Foulkes, indie hip-hop label