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Oct 13
TOUR
Hubert Haddad Northwestern University Crowe 2-130, Crowe Hall 633 Clark Street Evanston, IL 60208
Oct 17
Film
School of Life by Nicolas Vanier The Avalon Theatre 5612 Connecticut Avenue NW Washington, DC 20015
Oct 15
TOUR
Gérôme Truc Harvard University, Room 110, Barker Center, Boston, MA

Los Angeles Film Festival (LAFF)

The LA Film Festival is a premier platform for new works from emerging and established independent storytellers with unique voices and innovative visions.

Taking place September 20-28, 2018, the LA Film Festival showcases compelling independent films, TV, and episodic work from emerging storytellers, alongside filmmaker-driven studio titles.

The Festival fosters valuable alliances and working relationships between independent artists and the film industry. Signature programs include Coffee Talks, the Spirit of Independence AwardFast Track and We the People, a two-day summit committed to advancing inclusion within the entertainment industry by serving as a solution-oriented call to action.

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Be sure to see the French titles and coproductions featured in this year's film festival! Some works include:

The Day I Lost My Shadow by Soudade Kaadan
In the midst of a gas crisis during the early days of the Syrian Arab Spring, a young mother takes the day off work and strays far from home with only one objective in mind: finding a working cylinder so that she may cook a meal for her son. Tickets here.

We the Coyotes by Hanna Ladoul & Marco La Via
A young couple moves to LA from the Midwest to start a new life together, but things don’t go exactly as planned. Tickets here.

This Teacher by Mark Jackson
A young Arab-French woman on an introspective journey visits her childhood friend in New York City before heading to the woods upstate.Tickets here

Fire on the Hill by Brett Fallentine
Three Black Cowboys in South Central share their stories following a mysterious fire that burnt down the community’s stables, leaving the fate of the culture in question. Tickets here

Funke by Gabriel Taraboulsy
A prodigious chef mounts his culinary comeback, eyeing the most competitive street in America as a stage for his ode to the dying art of handmade pasta.Tickets here

Maria by Callas by Tom Volf
From first time director Tom Volf, MARIA BY CALLAS is the definitive doc on the life and work of the Greek-American opera singer. Volf has spent nearly five years working on the film, which features never before seen or heard footage and performances of Callas. Tickets here


Short Films

Falling by Benjamin Vu

This Magnificent Cake!  by Emma De Swaef, Marc James Roel
Tickets here.

Get your tickets now #LAFilmFestival tickets: LAFilmFestival.com - they’re selling fast! The festival is bigger and better than ever.