The Los Angeles Independent Film Festival brings the latest US indie offerings to the company town itself. As well as screenings at a variety of cinemas and a competition, there are numerous seminars and workshops for the independent film-maker.
But the biggest attraction at Los Angeles Film Festival (for suits and movie lovers alike) remains the films themselves, and the festival usually offers a wide range of quirky features and documentaries.
The festival screens around 175 features, documentaries, shorts and music videos that attract an audience of around 40,000 film industry professionals, film-makers and film fans. A prize of US$50,000 is awarded for the best narrative feature and another of US$25,000 for the best documentary.
The Festival's hub is downtown's premier entertainment complex - L.A. LIVE.
Most of the screenings are at the Regal Cinemas L.A. LIVE Stadium 14 with additional films and events sat the LA County Museum of Art (LACMA), John Anson Ford Amphitheatre, JW Marriot - ION Rooftop Bar, GRAMMY Museum, Grand Performances, and 7thatFIG .
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