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  1. LAFF: 'Code Black' Captures the Chaos of the Emergency Room (Exclusive Video)

    1:25 pm 6/13/2013

    Ryan McGarry's gritty documentary -- shot over the course of four years at the Los Angeles County Hospital -- makes its world premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival on June 18.Read more

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  2. Los Angeles Film Festival Jurors Announced

    11:17 am 6/12/2013

    The Film Independent-hosted fest runs from June 13-23 in downtown L.A.Read more

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  3. 'Man of Steel,' 'Monsters University' Heading to L.A. Film Fest

    10:54 am 5/8/2013

    A conversation with Spike Jonze has also been added to the line-up of the festival, which runs from June 13-23.Read more

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  4. David O. Russell Named Guest Director of Los Angeles Film Festival

    10:48 am 4/19/2013

    He will screen "Three Kings" and discuss his career at this year's June 13-23 fest.Read more

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  5. Four: LAFF Review

    5:00 pm 7/31/2012

    Wendell Pierce leads a cast of four characters in romantic turmoil seeking redemption on a summer night.Read more

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  6. A Band Called Death: LAFF Review

    9:29 pm 7/22/2012

    A better-than-fiction doc resurrects a seminal African-American rock band. Read more

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  7. The History of Future Folk: LAFF Review

    2:07 pm 7/14/2012

    Music-loving aliens launch an invasion of earth in J. Anderson Mitchell and Jeremy Kipp Walker’s debut feature.Read more

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  8. On the Edge: LAFF Review

    11:09 am 7/2/2012

    Leïla Kilani's film follows young women in Tangier who are wage slaves by day and thieves by night. Read more

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  9. Big Easy Express: LAFF Review

    10:06 pm 6/28/2012

    Emmett Malloy's scintillating concert-tour doc, which won the headliner audience award at SXSW, centers on folk rockers Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, Old Crow Medicine Show and Mumford & Sons.Read more

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  10. Pincus: LAFF Review

    6:38 pm 6/26/2012

    David Fenster’s second feature has little more going for it than its sad-sack protagonist, played by David Nordstrom. Read more

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